The three common questions about the strands sprouting on your set.
How much hair is normal?
Almost all women have some degree of breast fuzz-from a few stray strands surrounding their areola to several long hairs on their breast or between their boobs. Booth amounts are within the normal range. It can be light and fine, like peach fuzz, or black and coarse, like pubic hair.
How do I get rid of it?
Tweezing is your best bet. Disinfect the tweezers with alcohol, pluck each hair, then wipe your skin with alcohol or an antibacterial lotion to avoid infection. You won’t see re-growth for at least a week or two. If you’re plagued by lots of hair, try depilatory for sensitive skin; you’ll be hair free for about a week. But skip waxing-the delicate skin on your set burns easily. And shaving can result in ingrown hairs.
You’ve noticed a lot more hair than usual. Why?
Some women see an increase I nipple hair when they’re pregnant. But if there’s no bun in your oven, a dramatic boost in fuzz is probably a sign of a hormonal imbalance (which can usually be treated with prescription medicine.) check in with your gyne or ask her for a referral to an endocrinologist.