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Having to deal with unwanted facial hair can be an extremely embarrassing experience for most women. Vaniqa is a powerful new solution for dealing with unwanted facial hair.
Vaniqa is a topical solution that when applied to the areas above the lips and on the chin can slow the hair growth significantly in those areas. Women will have to continue to use their normal hair removal system, but over time you will discover that hair removal will become less and less necessary, as the hair growth dramatically slows.
How Does Vaniqa Work?
Vaniqa works by interrupting the chemicals that cause growth of hair in the follicles and lessening the rate of the hair growth.
What is Vaniqa?
Vaniqa is a topical cream which is used to slow down the growth of unwanted facial hair in women. It is NOT a cure for unwanted hair, nor will it remove unwanted hair. It is meant as an aid to curb the growth of unwanted hair and improve your skin’s appearance.
How to take Vaniqa:
You should only use this topical as directed by your doctor. Most often Vaniqa is applied to the affected are 2 times per day with an 8-hour window in-between applications. Make sure you wash and dry the area prior to applying Vaniqa. Do not apply this topical near the mouth, ears or eyes. If you miss a dose, simply apply your next dosage at its scheduled time.
Reduce the Growth of Unwanted Facial Hair:
Unwanted facial hair can really dampen your day, and removing it over and over again can become time consuming and tedious. Vaniqa offers a way for you to slow down the hair growth and minimize your hair removal efforts while improving your skin.
Vaniqa Side Effects:
There are some minor side effects which can occur when using this topical cream. If any of these symptoms persist make sure to contact your doctor.
- Temporary redness
- Hair bumps—if you experience these make sure to contact your doctor as it could be minor allergic reaction
- Allergic reactions—if you experience an allergic reaction STOP using Vaniqa and contact your physician
You always want to make sure that you tell your doctor about ALL of the prescriptions medications, over-the-counter drugs, topical creams, lotions, gels or ointments you are currently using in order to avoid a reaction or interaction from occurring. Women who are pregnant or nursing should first consult with their doctor prior to using this topical as it is unsure if it can be passed on to the child.
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