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13 Jun Peach fuzz regrowth feels like a rapidly drying out sunburn — rough, dry, and uneven. I start to notice it about 18 hours after shaving. If you have thicker or darker facial hair, you'd likely have to shave every day to avoid visible regrowth, which is a commitment. And before anyone asks: no, shaving doesn't.
Lovely question! Ok, I understand your feeling. The 'pink fuzz' is not all bad. It is a sign of 'manhood in motion' - I hope you are proud, I would be. Ok, so now it does not look too 'manly', it's all good - time will heal 'that wound'. In the me.
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Description:Share via Email A quick route to a five-o'clock shadow. Alamy To shave or not to shave? Does any woman in the 21st century truly have the time or the inclination to shave her entire face for the sake of slightly softer skin? In a world that chastises any hint of facial hair in women, having it can be distressing psychologically, which is why some women in particular, those with polcystic ovary syndrome , which causes hirsutism already resort to shaving their faces.