Posted on: 12.05.2023 Posted by: Drlark Comments: 0

Many women, me included, love that rugged, unshaven look on the men. When I’m on vacation with my husband and he doesn’t shave for a week, I love the feel of that scruff. But, as women, we’re not supposed to grow our own mustache, or have a 5 o’clock shadow on our chins! If this is something you’re struggling with, you’re not alone.

Many women find that as they make the transition, one of the unpleasant menopause symptoms they experience is the appearance of dark, coarse hair above their lips or around their jaw line.

What causes the unwanted hair growth? Hair follicles are being “tricked” into growing unwanted male-pattern hair by a shift in hormone levels. Dark, coarse male-pattern hair growth on your face is caused by too many male androgens (testosterone) stimulating the hair follicles.

When you were younger, you had enough estrogen to counterbalance the testosterone.
But during menopause your estrogen levels naturally drop, which sets male-pattern hair
growth into action.

So, what can you do about it?

Dr. Lark found a natural skin care solution that addresses the hormonal issue at it’s root. It’s called Reductase-5 that doesn’t just cover up facial hair or remove it. Instead it works right in the hair follicles helping to restore hormonal balance.

Reductase-5 goes to work in your hair follicles, inhibiting the 5-alpha reductase enzymes that cause male-pattern facial hair to grow. It does that using a special patent-pending blend of natural botanicals and nutrients that help to restore the appearance of normal female hair.

In a 90-day study of women using Reductase-5, users saw an average reduction of 41% in their perception of overall facial hair. Plus, the participants noticed a 70% decrease in the amount of time they spent tending to their unwanted facial hair. This means they spent far less time in front of a mirror, trying to remove unwanted facial hair.

If you’ve been struggling with dark, thick facial hair, give Reductase-5 a try and let me know what you think.


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