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Got a Mustache?
Facial hair is a natural occurrence for both men and women. However, cultural expectations and beauty norms have largely portrayed women's facial hair, particularly the growth of a mustache, as undesirable. This perception has been influenced by a multitude of factors including media, societal expectations, and the beauty industry.

Yuck body hair
Understanding the societal pressures and inherent beauty standards that often make women feel uncomfortable about their body hair is an important aspect of broader discussions on female beauty. While perspectives towards body hair have seen a gradual shift over the years, many women still express discomfort about the emergence of hair in certain areas.

More hair coming out
When we think about the human body, hair is an element that garners attention, primarily due to its varying density, length, and coarseness. In females, the distribution and characteristics of body hair differ significantly from their male counterparts.

Getting hairy?
Hirsutism affects approximately 5 to 10% of women and results from an overproduction or increased sensitivity to androgens - male hormones naturally present in both genders. While women normally produce low levels of androgens, certain medical conditions can trigger an increase, leading to hirsutism.



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