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Re: What to do for soft blonde ""peach"" fuzz along jaw line and lower face?

On 1/2/2014 Good4u said:

You can get a facial trimmer like ""Finishing Touch"" which I use between my lip and nose area for delicate fine places on the face. It works well.

Exactly what I use!

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Re: What to do for soft blonde ""peach"" fuzz along jaw line and lower face?

On 1/4/2014 tailfeathers said:
On 1/3/2014 GoodStuff said:

I was never concerned about a little "peach fuzz" along the sides and bottom of my face until I started coloring my hair and some of the color would sometimes get into the facial hairs in my "sideburn" area. Not a good look. Also, aging does make the peach fuzz problem more pronounced. I find that a few quick passes with a disposable razor and some shaving cream about once a month take care of the problem quickly and easily. I've been doing this for several years and haven't noticed any coarsening of the little hairs.

I just don't get it. I can't imagine being obsessed with shaving facial hair like a man does, for goodness sakes! Kinda disconcerting, really.

I don't think so and it's actually a good way to exfoliate.
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Re: What to do for soft blonde ""peach"" fuzz along jaw line and lower face?

I have that fuzz too and shave it with my electric razor about once a month-I also have these long clear hairs that show up every few month on my cheeks & chin-try to shave those too. Very ugly & embarrassing. The models & hostess' who have all that peach fuzz usually show very clearly when they are modeling jewelry. Very ugly I think!

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Re: What to do for soft blonde ""peach"" fuzz along jaw line and lower face?

I have the finishing touch too and it works so well. I use it on my arms too (not much there to get rid of ) and its so great.

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Re: What to do for soft blonde ""peach"" fuzz along jaw line and lower face?

I use Vaniqa cream. It is an FDA-approved prescription cream clinically proven to reduce the growth of unwanted facial hair in women. You may see results as early as 4-8 weeks when used twice a day, at least 8 hours apart, or as directed by your doctor. Individual results may vary. This really does work but is a bit pricey so it's best to shop your area's pharmacies. HTH.
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Re: What to do for soft blonde ""peach"" fuzz along jaw line and lower face?

I know its controversial but here it is, I have been shaving my face for 2 years and it is fantastic. I used to wax my upper lip which caused melasma and sun damage due to weakening and damaging my skin. I now shave and can atest, it does not grow back thicker, darker, quicker or anything else. Do your research but for me I wish I had started a long time ago. Here is a video which helped me, though I now just use a single blade disposable razor rather than an eyebrown shaper, but both work well:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bAq-jAWNQaA

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Re: What to do for soft blonde ""peach"" fuzz along jaw line and lower face?

The Emjoi Dolphin is made for your face and ""sensitive"" areas. It is small and relatively painless once you get use to it. I use it routinely and love it!

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Re: What to do for soft blonde ""peach"" fuzz along jaw line and lower face?

On 1/4/2014 tailfeathers said:
On 1/3/2014 GoodStuff said:

I was never concerned about a little "peach fuzz" along the sides and bottom of my face until I started coloring my hair and some of the color would sometimes get into the facial hairs in my "sideburn" area. Not a good look. Also, aging does make the peach fuzz problem more pronounced. I find that a few quick passes with a disposable razor and some shaving cream about once a month take care of the problem quickly and easily. I've been doing this for several years and haven't noticed any coarsening of the little hairs.

I just don't get it. I can't imagine being obsessed with shaving facial hair like a man does, for goodness sakes! Kinda disconcerting, really.

I would think only if you were watching them. I sure don't like the peach fuzz look. I never understand people letting that stuff stay on their faces and necks.