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Before you start stressing, postpartum hair loss is totally normal. According to the Mayo Clinic, during pregnancy, elevated hormone levels increase the ratio of growing hair to resting or shedding hair, leading to an extra-lush head of hair. Of course, once those elevated hormone levels go away, hair loss after pregnancy comes into play. Postpartum hair loss — it’s one of the many unpleasant realities (along with sleepless nights and all the diaper changes) that comes along with bringing a baby into the world.

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In rare cases, telogen effluvium may be a chronic issue, or it may uncover another type of genetic hair loss known as androgenetic alopecia. But again, those are rare situations. If you have.

On the bright side, if you developed excess facial and body hair during pregnancy (the result of a rise in hormones called androgens), it’s likely you will lose most of that hair within six months after having your baby. Your hair may have seemed thicker and fuller during pregnancy. This is because high hormone levels in your body made you lose less hair during pregnancy. After your baby is born, your hair may thin out. You may even lose hair.

Hair loss usually stops within 6 months after you give birth. Your hair should regain its normal fullness within a year.

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Hirsutism (male pattern facial and body terminal hair growth) may also increase in pregnancy, and usually resolves 6 months postpartum.

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All those hairs that were slated to go during pregnancy will be shed sometime after delivery, usually in the first six months postpartum – and often in unsettling clumps.

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After birth, the proportion of hairs that enters the resting phase doubles, and women may experience an increase in hair loss 2 to 4 months postpartum.

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by Kathleen Rice Simpson, Patricia A. Creehan, Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric, and Neonatal Nurses
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Hair on the eyebrows, upper lip, and chin regions appears around 16 weeks and is plentiful by 17 to 20 weeks.14,53 Lanugo is shed before or after delivery and replaced by shorter, coarser hairs (vellus hairs) from new follicles.

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from Maternal, Fetal, & Neonatal Physiology4: Maternal, Fetal, & Neonatal Physiology
by Susan Tucker Blackburn
Elsevier Saunders, 2012

Hair on the eyebrows, upper lip, and chin regions appears around 16 weeks and is plentiful by 17 to 20 weeks.16,56 Lanugo is shed before or after delivery and replaced by shorter, coarser hairs (vellus hairs) from new follicles.

“Maternal, Fetal, & Neonatal Physiology: A Clinical Perspective” by Susan Tucker Blackburn
from Maternal, Fetal, & Neonatal Physiology: A Clinical Perspective
by Susan Tucker Blackburn
Saunders Elsevier, 2007

After the birth, when the endocrine balance is restored the hairs usually return to normal.

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During pregnancy there is an increase in the proportion of follicles in anagen, and postpartum there is an increase in the proportion of hairs in telogen, which results in a marked increase in shedding usually 3 months (1 to 5 months) postpartum.

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It is very fine and by about 6–7 months after birth is replaced by slightly coarser hair, see Chap.

“Chemical and Physical Behavior of Human Hair” by Clarence R. Robbins
from Chemical and Physical Behavior of Human Hair
by Clarence R. Robbins
Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2012

HAIR LOSS Beginning around 5 months postpartum, many women report significant hair loss—their hair comes out in clumps in the shower and when they brush it, and they wake to find hair on their pillows.

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by Aviva Jill Romm
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Hair follicles begin to form during late embryogenesis, and approach maturity by approximately day four of postnatal life, when hair shafts start to appear at the skin surface.

“Essentials of Stem Cell Biology” by Robert Lanza, John Gearhart, Brigid Hogan, Douglas Melton, Roger Pedersen, E. Donnall Thomas, James A. Thomson, Ian Sir Wilmut
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Elsevier Science, 2009

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  • Hi! I love this video, makes me feel better about all my post baby “issues” lol.
    Can the lotion be used during pregnancy? I have the bumps in my arms and I would love to try it!! Thanks for all the info ����

  • Hi Jenny, thank you for sharing the postpartum experience as well as the necessary information. I’m a premed and in my sophomore year. I’m not planning to get pregnant in the next couple of years. But your information really significant and helpful for young women to get prepared.

  • Hi Jenny, I am third year dental student and pregnant with my first baby. Your videos help me to be positive and motivated. Thank you for sharing. If you can also share your pumping/breastfeeding experience after your maternity leave was over.

  • I want to wax my mosutache but i’m a liitle scared bcz my mom said that when she did that, her moustache grew bigger.
    Anyway i want to wax because i’m a girl and it sucks…
    I don’t want to wax once per week. I want to last at least for 3 weeks but i don’t i would last that much…
    What should i do?:(

  • Great info. You learn as you go being a parent. There is a huge learning curve at the beginning. There is nothing ugly or gross about a post pregnancy body (or even after nursing ceases). Nothing you should change or “fix.” Nothing is broken. Those surgeries sound horrible. Just my opinions, though. Stay safe.

  • I added rosemary essential oils to help my eyebrow hair grow back. I added it to a brow jel that came in a small jar. It worked, my eyebrow had always been thin but As we age wemon lose they’re eyebrows and men grow ear hairs. There is a famous study about essential oils and alopecia, it was rosemary, thyme, basil, and one more i cant remember. But from cross reference and experience its rosemary who is the one that works. It took about 2 months before i saw real results. Im currently working on a brow gel recipe of my own, using pure pigment and rosemary.

  • How did you contact Kenzzi after you ordered it? I saw a negative review that Kenzzi is taking long time to deliver and the person couldn’t contact them. And at the same time she posted a comment in Kenzzi ig ac but they deleted the comment. I want to order it but as I’ll have to pay a huge amount so I want to know that how can I contact them. Please reply ♥️

  • I love your videos. I’m so glad I found you. You are an inspiration for me. I’m just a home maker with two children. You seem to be a super woman!

  • I love how you pulled out your Netter’s! Don’t think I have any idea where mine is ��
    Also my tummy is ten shades darker than the rest of my skin and I’m so self conscious! Trying to deal with that…

  • Hi Jenny! I’m a pre-med student and I’m pregnant with my first. 17 weeks today! I’ve followed your journey all through med school, residency, pregnancy, and now being a mom. Thank you so much for your amazing videos. I’m so glad I’ve had the chance to watch you and your family grow through the years and I’m so grateful that I can turn to your platform now for pregnancy/mommy suggestions and advice in my own life. You truly are a remarkable inspiration. Sending love from Pennsylvania ��.

  • I’m reading your comments about what you are thankful for and it’s making me so happy/proud to have such an amazing group of people supporting me ❤️

  • I just bought the Kenzzi because of your video! I am so tired of being stressed out, feeling small and depressed because of my lady beard! Hopefully this works! Thank you

  • YES the hairloss is real.. wish I had this video two years ago. I knew it could happen but didn’t realize the extent.. I went to my GP and told her I was going bald haha. I also would collect hairballs in the shower and then cry at their size!

  • This company is a SCAM. I ordered one-not cheap-and never received it. The company basically told me too bad so I guess I just made a donation to their company. Avoid at all costs.

  • I truely have to thank you for this video! I have developed hair on my neck an face due to hormone imbalances. An it has crushed me, i have had people point it out and make fun of me as I’m extremely fair skinned with black hair. Seeing your progress has given me hope ❤️

  • KENZZI IS A SCAM!!!!! Before buying this product please know many people (including me) were severely burned by this product and I bought it because of Alana’s video (even used her code…) and the company KENZZI won’t accept refunds/returns. They asked for photos and videos of my body and the machine but are refusing returns. PLEASE BE WARNED.

  • Thank you for sharing. I’ve struggled with facial hair and shaving for over 35 years. You are so brave. Do you know if the Kennzzi can be used on white hair???? Or does tne hair have to be dark???

  • Not all the most beautiful don’t have a hair on there face or body,for eg me I’m the most beautiful but a have a hair all my body but there is something called personal hygiene and you can do it everyday or once a week,*IF U DONT KNOW!!*


  • As an older person, i am so used to watching young people on youtube ( cos their topic is really something I need to know about) and thinking, ‘what’s wrong with the world mama?’ I didn’t expect much from you (goes to show my bias!), but you are a breath of fresh air…. so down to earth refreshing!… oh and you remind me of an old sitcom, the nanny named Fran.. can’t recall the name of the show. Stay awesome and keep keeping it real. Congrats if you bought your home.

  • It’s a $20-$30 chinese manufactured product sellers source for their private label businesses. That’s why random brands have the same design and even packaging. Please don’t waste $200+. It’s no better than any $30 one from Ebay.

  • I have hirsutism and it’s terrible but I’m too cheap for laser hair removal. I just use an epilator first my face. It hurts but it doesn’t grow as fast

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  • Shouldn’t you be wearing protective glasses? ��
    Not at all bashing you, I really am not sure, but I’d hate for something to happen to your eyes!!

  • Ok this video finally made subscribe, when you said I’ve shaven in the mirror next to my boyfriend, I felt that. I’ve been struggling since high school with facial hair. Have been on the verge of buying the Kennzi. I think I just2 might

  • Thank you so much for sharing. I am having the same problem right now. It means so much that you were brave enough to share this very personal journey to help other people struggling with the same thing. Thanks for showing me I am not alone.

  • This has been so helpful, I’m having my first any day now. I’m scared of postpartum depression (I have a history of other mental health issues). But I have a really good plan with my midwives, partner, and family nurse practitioner who is my primary care/will be the baby’s as well.

  • I got mine at https://babyamyco.com/products/babyamy-laser-hair-removal-handset
    It is absolutely amazing, and only costs $94 there, because they are almost out of stock! I was lucky to get the white one before it sold out.. Arrived in around 7 days, and the little thing works like a charm! 3 weeks in now, and already seeing A LOT of results ��

  • You are a darling seif love is number 1, now I think diastasis may be the reason why my tummy is not going back after 2. Have you upgrade now l sow your comment in another video talking about about blurry lens then I decide to check up on you. We all shall get there one day God bless you!

  • Thank you for your words for women with facial hair. It brought so much light to the darkness I was silently going through that I am sobbing. Thank u thank you.

  • Great review ❤️ I actually got the same device but from a different brand from SkinSteeze.com it was a lot more affordable.I’m on my 8th session and I’m almost hair free. Highly recommend it!

  • For new moms out there, don’t stress over it! It will grow back and a few months when it does your hair will look gorgeous! The new hair will be shorter and visually will give you more volume than ever! So remember, there will be an upside of the situation and it’s coming fast!

  • This video made me subscribe to your personality. Thank you for making these videos. I’ve needed you in my life and didn’t even know it!

  • Dont waste your money buy the costco brand $70 less. Shipping takes months not the 1-3 days as stated.
    They dont reply to emails untill about a week later. And expect to buy a European converter in addition if you are in america.

  • Same issue with my first and third kid. Thank you so much for being so raw in this video. I try looking this up and no one really talks about this. So I felt embarassed because most of my family doesn’t have this issue.

  • I just had to comment and say how much I admire your bravery for making this video. I also have pcos and I don’t think I could say the things you just did on the internet. Way to go! And thanks for making me feel not so alone. My son is 8 months old and I’ve yet to have a period. Although I’m fairly certain it won’t come on it’s own anyways

  • thank you so so much for the review���� I actually ended up getting the same handset from silkbeautyco.com only $99!!! �������� i saved a couple hundred bucks going with them, it arrived in just a few days and its the exact same thing.

  • This happend to me after having a baby but i use pure apple cider vinager with the mother and by the 3rd time i use it my hair had grow alot probably more than i had before.

  • Pcos sucks, I’ve been bleaching mine for a while now, and now I have a job I’m planning on lasering my lady beard, stash and side burns, all I want is it to be gone because I want to chop all my hair off and not hide anymore.

    I’m glad I found this video, I feel more confident in my decision, but I’m saving up for living fees, photography equipment for my course so its something I’m going to incorporate into my equipment.

    I’m ready to chop my hair off and get my confidence back, I miss it so much, 2020 gonna be my year, I’m loosing weight, losing my facial hair and losing my long nest hair and gaining my confidence back

  • I have PCOS and I hate have hair on my face, it makes me feel so uncomfortable. I want to get laser treatment, hopefully I will be able too seen.

  • I started balling when I found this video�� I literally thanked God for listening and answering my prayers. I am so happy I found your videos. it was in a way comforting to see another girl who understand what it’s like to deal with this. You taught me so much but what I love the most is how I dont feel ashamed by this anymore. Thank you ❤

  • Thanks for sharing. I used to be so afraid of anyone finding out about hair that grew in spots it shouldn’t now I just don’t give a, takes a lot of courage.

  • I have suffered with coarse black facial hair for years, have to shave every day �� I have just ordered a laser hair removal tool like yours, fingers crossed it helps, even if it just thins it out.
    Thanks for the video ��

  • This Kenzzi is not laser device, but IPL device,intense pulsed light. Laser devise working mechanisim,A focused beam of light is aimed at the hair. The pigment of the hair absorbs this light energy, which transfers as heat energy, causing damage to the hair follicle. This results in the destruction of the hair at the root which prevents or at least slows its regrowth.IPL therapy,however, does not use lasers. It instead uses a broad spectrum of light wavelengths that cannot be focussed like a laser.IPL does not penetrate the skin as deep as lasers can, which may result in more heating of the surrounding skin. By being less focussed, IPL takes longer to affect hair growth. However, it is a cheaper alternative

  • hi as a 14yr old i also have facial hair and i just would like to thank you. Your video has helped me to realize that i shouldn’t think too much about my facial hair as much and to think about the greater things in life so thx:)

  • This is a fantastic video! Currently 7 months postpartum so it was very helpful. I’m struggling with tons of hair loss and now acne which I suspect is hormone related (I had PCOS prior to pregnancy). Thanks for talking about all of these issues as it helps to normalize these changes as we all adjust to our new beautiful bodies, along with motherhood (first time mom here!). Keep up the great content!

  • The first time I was diagnosed, before Milli, my doctor put me on metformin and birth control. My testosterone was 120 when it should be 20 or 30. My hair had thinned, I had breakouts, and gained 30 pounds within 3 months. My period had stopped all together. I had no idea about PCOS at the time. While my hormones were regulating to normal, I had the worst migraines of my life. They then put me on Topamax which helped some. It came back right before I got pregnant with Piper. When I gain 5 pounds or more in one month, I know my symptoms are coming back. My doctor wants to put me on a low dose birth control to regulate my hormones after I’m done breastfeeding. I dread having to go through the headaches again so I’m going to try everything in my power to prevent it coming back again. Did you have headaches as well? Have you tried the PCOS diet? I’ve seen some videos about that as well and thought I’d give it a go

  • Very good video on this horrible problem for women. Many women do not understand the 3 phases of hair growth = the final being the Telogenic Phase, where the new hair growth pushes out the old and can take up to 3-6 months to finish.

  • thank u so much i always feel so insecure but there is nothing I can do abt my problem because I cannot afford that kenzzie thing it’s wayyyy too expensive so I just try not to hang out with friends anymore bc I’m rly self conscious

  • Mam my hairs is just like yours same bald patches..pls tell me what to do i m just 25.how did you grow it back..plss tell…have you done any blood testes???

  • So how did you grow it back? Just the mask can you please write a step by step guide that worked for you? Also, what didn’t work? And how long till it grew back completely? Thank you. Mine is killing me. It sheds in a million strands a day.

  • I struggled with hair loss too:( I’m giving you my referral code for a free consultation and a 10% discount on the solution they prescribe for you. The website is http://www.hairclub.com/welcome. The code is: GREATHAIR10. I hope this helps ����

  • Its so brave and amazing of you for doing this. Its not easy showing insecurities. I think you should try My simple remedies channel. They have natural hair oil recipes that really help with hair loss, hair growth, and how make hair stronger. One of the recipes is homemade i use is neem oil and it really helped my growth and strength. Just a suggestion. I love your videos.

  • i have alopecia and my hair at the top (my crown area) is really thin. i want your hair and i want mine to be long and thic af like yours.

  • Ladies!!!
    My hair is exactly the same until I Stopped using shampoo and conditioner and started using baby shampoo instead. It doesn’t have any of the chemicals they’d put in our regular adult ones and on top of that, use olive oil for your roots and coconut oil for your ends. Works wonders ♥️

  • I don’t have facial hair but I do have quite a bit of hair on my stomach and it gets me so down. Thank you for being so open about this! ❤️

  • Hair loss can be difficult, don’t let it be. Visit the link below to understand more https://www.youtube.com/williamgaunitztrichologist

  • To all the girls with pcos syndrome and facial irsutism, I suggest to go straight to electrolysis. I tried laser and ipl for a very long time and after a few months the will regrowth, it’s a fact. With electrolysis after a treatment of at least 6 months, they won’t because the nail used will treat hair by hair. Listen to someone who has been fighting thick facial hair for 20 years and now I’m done, my face is perfectly peachy in a very natural way. The only cons is the pain but it is worth it.

  • Congratulations on the new baby. I am sorry you are going through this, but it is very courageous of you to share this with your audience. I am sure it will serve as an inspiration to other women that may be going through this. I have really fine, thin hair and although my hair is not going to grow back, I have learned to love myself as I am and I hope that other women do the same. If one day my best option is to shave my head and wear it bald, I will!:) FYI: My doctor said that Rogaine is the only solution to be clinically proven to stop hair loss, but that also means you can not stop using Rogaine. I didn’t want to commit to that when I was in my 20’s… But that is an option.

  • This was great. Lots of helpful information. Your symptoms you get are exactly the same symptoms as mine. So I feel your pain! I’ve been noticing them a lot more the last couple of years too, so it makes me scared for the future. Will I end up with no hair on top, as opposed to my hair being as thin as it is now? Will my face be filled with pimples, or just stay with the ones I get now? Will I have a full beard, or just the hair I have now? And the period thing, well, I think that is the most annoying thing when TTC but the rest of the time isn’t a big deal to me. But who knows! These are scary thoughts to me.

  • This video is so helpful! I was born with a small bald spot in that same area. It’s grown these past 2 years. It’s terrifying, �� ��

  • U can try once avery 3 days soak your hair with good coconut oil for about half an hour or 1 thn wash ig and condition it…try it…hope u can grow back yr hair especially at the patchy area…

  • i did laser in a “professional” place for two years for my beard and it made it worse. It would hurt and irritate my skin and the hair got thicker. I spent thousands of dollars for no reason and I’m so heart broken because i used to have such smooth skin and now I always have a 5 o’clock shadow almost immediately after a wax. My hair is my biggest insecurity and when it grows out and i cant afford a wax (which i need biweekly now), i refuse to go outside because I feel so disgusting. Thank you for speaking out about this and making me feel like im not a monster. I may have to invest in Mr. Kenzzi:3

  • That happened to me after my 2nd pregnancy and now again after my 3rd. I filled my hairline in with dark brown eye shadow like you and eventually my hair grew back in after 6-7 months. I’m struggling again but this time I’ve lost a lot right on my front line as well so I look so weird!

  • This treatment can also help hair loss..

    1 Tablespoon coconut Oil
    1 tablespoon Olive Oil
    1tablespoon Almond Oil

    Heat mixture….. on stove..
    massage warm oil on scalp leave overnight.wash next morning as normal with shampoo.don’t use conditioner. Towel dry…then use dryer and set..

    Treatment 2 times a week you see hair grows slowly covering hair loss..
    Also pure black Khajol can be applied on patches where hair loss is..it also helps regrowth of hair..

  • Its better to go with doctor and see what kind of problem you have,covering won’t help in any ways,yes it’s good for visual effects bit what about your health?❤️❤️❤️❤️

  • I used to have very very curly hair when i was younger, and my mother or auntie or whoever would do my hair would pull on it really hard
    And my forehead really expanded
    But now, some how my hair is kinda getting straight and is growing back really fast
    Thought I’d just share this because i know that some people have this as an insecurity about themselves ��

  • I suffer from trichotillomania. I’ve had it since I was 8. I’m 17 now. It’s hard to do my hair or even feel confident. I’m in marching band, and the girls have to do their hair a certain way and I always feel left out or like put on the spot.:( I have it on the top of my head. So it parts Everytime I do my hair.

  • can you post an update if you were able to grow your hair back? i see some derma rolling techniques for hair growth really works and people grow a head full of hair back along with oiling their hair

  • You are so pretty. You should apply for the role of Belle on Broadway 
    for Beauty and the beast. I swear. Your bone structure, hair color and 
    hair outline as well as eye color, and complexion. Girl. Belle is You. If you do Theatre…Do it!!!

  • Very high yield points which is needed at the last minute..expecting rapid revision for all the major subjects sooner…thank u sir

  • @ 15:15 all pituitary hormones are decreased or only anterior pituitary hormones are decreased? @ 17:00 Usually after delivery lactating amenorrhea is seen in the mother for a couple of months due to hormonal reasons right? Why will the mother complain of amenorrhea after delivery? Am confused. ��

  • really m so thankfull to you Sir!!i got this just at the right moment!perfect revision! Sir kindly make on other subjects as well especially PSM AND SURGERY /\ thanks a lot:)

  • Thank u for this informative video sir…we are also awaiting for few more videos on other subjects like these which are best for quick revision…hope so…thank u sir����

  • Thanks Alot sir for ur valuable information which is shortend n very important for FMGE…expecting more video’s from you sir the way u explain n imp.points r useful as one liners for revising fast….. Tnq Sir��

  • Super sir. Lecture will be very valuable. Please make more videos on other subjects too.
    I really love your Pharmacology faculty.
    Thank you for all <3

  • I was diagnose of pcos a year ago,and getting pregnant was struggle to us
    My husband has low count sperm and my ovaries has cyst on it..i research and follow my doctor,to never stop tracking my mentstruation because thats what i wanted to regular first instead of taking clomid to induced ovulation.i waited my symptoms to subside,i took vitamin d,vit. E and c.i also took primrose oil 500mg 3x a day.I reduced my exercise like jogging into just walking,dancing zumba because i noticed if I really exert effort exercising my body likes a feeling of heaviness and i dont lose weight.walking every morning for 10 rounds,sometimes stretching.I eat fruits avocados,oranges apple and green leafy vegetables until i went for juicing and adding wheatgrass and barley grass juice.I didnt eat rice and switch it to brown rice,no white bread well sometimes i cheat but not too much,i eat papaya,i mixed chia seeds with oatmeal,drinks lot of water,no coffee,mixed of lemon and ginger every evening.i did all that because i dont want yo increase my weight and hoping someday i lose some of my excess weight even 5kg becausr it was a struggled to my body loose and every month i wonder if i ovulate or my dysmenorrhea decreases.
    I had my husband took multivitamins,the physician prescribed him vitamins buy its too way expensive to buy another month.so i did research on the content and found the fertility aid.after the doctor prescription,i bought him the fertility aid for 1 month and then the succeeding months fertility aid and count booast.no softdrinks and walking every morning.
    For morethan a year of struggling and waiting,im now 19 weekspregnant.

  • Oo, yes, please share what methods worked for you to regrow the hair that you had lost! I’ve noticed that a lot of the people in my area have been experiencing thinning hair to the point of balding, but that sparse hair that’s still there balding, on the top of the head, the crown area. I’m almost certain it has something to do with our water in this area; I live in one of those big oil industry places, so… Hard water, but yet stress is a factor. So I would love to know, for me and the rest of us, what worked for you? Thank you and I love your videos so far!! Best wishes.

  • I m suffering from autoimmune disease, hence I lost a lot of my hair from the crown area n literally having bald patches….can I get it back..

  • Thank you for sharing. I too suffer from PCOS and I can tell you mine hasn’t gotten any better after having our 2 boys. We’ve been ttc #3 for 7 years now but it’s so hard with having irregular cycles:( The chin hair is the worst!

  • Ugh PCOS is the worst! I’m sorry your symptoms came back. The same thing happened to me after having my first, and it looks like it will probably happen this time around as well but we’ll see. Those dang chin hairs, they drive me crazy!

  • You are a natural on camera! I’m old enough to be your mother… dealing with middle aged facial hair… and was looking for a Kenzii review. Thank you so very much! I am subscribing!!! I appreciate your honesty and your charisma.

  • I have to remove my upper lip hair. I have a dark hair that goes on my chin that I ways have to pluck. And I loose hair like crazy!!!! I always have been that way though.

  • We are ttc no.2 and also still breastfeeding so it’s really hard to know when I’m ovulating and if I’m “late” mine have been from 21-53 days and they last longer now bleeding for 9 days!