A solution to PCOS?

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According to the NHS, millions of women suffer from Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) which causes most cases of Hirsutism (excessive body hair). For most sufferers, the upper lip, chin, chest and lower back are the most affected areas.

With figures showing one to three pre-menopausal women in every 20 are affected by Hirsutism and up to three-quarters of post-menopausal women, there are thousands of women looking for effective hair removal treatments, which offer long lasting results.

Lucy Sharratt, Laser Hair Removal Specialist, says: “For many women, excessive hair growth on the face and body can be a very embarrassing and upsetting condition. Many patients tell us they spend hours a week tweezing, plucking and waxing facial hair, in a bid to keep the condition under control. This is hugely time-consuming and can impact greatly on their daily lives. We’re seeing more women approach us who feel confident to talk about the condition and seek treatments which can help.

One option that many favors are Laser Hair Removal; it’s an effective method, which requires no recovery time, fitting into the busy schedules of many professional women, mothers or students. Laser Hair Removal works by a focused light penetrating the epidermis of the skin and targeting the underlying hair. The hair‘s pigment absorbs the light and is destroyed, leaving the skin with a smooth appearance. For facial treatment, such as upper lip and chin, the treatment time will take approximately 15 minutes and a minimum course of 8 treatments is recommended.

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Hormonal changes associated with PCOS can mean that some of the dormant hair cells can become activated following a course of treatments, maintenance treatments can then be performed. The hairs which do grow back are much finer and become easier to manage.”

Jennifer Goody, 28-year-old Laser Hair Removal patient says: “I was diagnosed with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome when I was 23; I’d noticed excess hair on my upper lip and chin for about a year and went to the doctor as I was worried. When I was first diagnosed, I used hair removal cream and would spend hours every week checking my face in the mirror. I’ve had four laser hair treatments so far and I’m already noticing much less hair growing; I feel so much more confident, and no longer have to spend hours worrying about my appearance.”

While there are several ways to combat PCOS, Jennifer Goody seems to find laser hair removal effective. Perhaps you would feel the same too if you stop by Satori Laser!

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