Electrolysis to treat excessive hair growth in women with PCOS
Eliminate Unwanted Hair Permanently!
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal condition that affects up to one in five women of reproductive age. A significant proportion of PCOS cases goes undiagnosed and untreated, as the signs and symptoms are often missed as they can vary widely between different women.
Many women with PCOS tend to produce a little too much "male hormones" (which normally all women produce in tiny quantities). This results in male pattern hair growth, for example on the chin, chest, inner thighs etc., and the formation of acne.
Women normally start seeing this unwanted hair appear during their teenage years and once unwanted the hair has developed, it does not go away on its own (even once the PCOS has been recognized and managed).
Don't wax, pluck or thread - as these methods cause more skin irritation and issues. Plus they don't solve the problem for good.
Electrolysis is the only type of hair removal approved by the US FDA as a permanent way of removing hair. For the thousands of women with PCOS, electrolysis is a great option to permanently get rid of thick hair that often grows on their face, chest, and back.
Regardless of the cause, our electrologists at HairFreeSG can help you permanently remove your unwanted facial and body hair.
Electrolysis is safe and effective for all types and colors of skin and hair. We have helped ladies with PCOS, giving them permanent and satisfactory results with their unwanted hair gone for good.
A review from our past PCOS customer:
"I’ve been visiting Hairfree SG since August 2020 and I should say I am very much loving the results. Alex has been very patient in answering all questions and also while doing the procedure. Very professional. Every treatment brings me closer to feeling less insecure."
Come talk to us! Visit https://www.hairfreesg.com/ to book your consultation or reach out on WhatsApp 9653-5751.
Source: Mount Elizabeth Medical Centre https://www.memc.com.sg/specialty-areas/obstetrics-gynaecology/polycystic-ovary-syndrome-treatment/
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