View Full Version : What to do with neck hair. I was looking in the mirror today and noticed the baby hairs on the back of my neck seem to be more noticeable then they use to be. They really bother me! It's not so much the baby hairs on the center back on my neck, it's the ones that are starting to head to the sides of my neck. I don't want a hairy neck!
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Looks like you're in the UK. Did you know The Strategist is too? While conditions like polycystic ovary syndrome can cause the growth of such unruly hair, idiopathic hirsutism usually has no underlying cause, other than a higher-than-usual prevalence of androgens i. Women with the condition tend to grow thick, dark hairs on their back, upper-lip, breasts, chin, chest, or tummy, and battling the fuzz as well as the stubble and ingrown hairs associated with removal may lead to frustration and insecurity. While there are treatments available, like a drug called Spironolactone, which blocks androgen receptors and reduces testosterone, or creams like Vaniqa, many are costly.
Since teenagerhood I've had issues with a lot of stray hairs on my chin and neck. Some are dark and coarse, and others are very blonde and coarse. They grow quite long and are very unsightly!