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Ear hair problem


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    Ear hair problem

    Hi all,

    Anybody know how to control or stop hair growth in ear, if u know please give tips...

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    Re: Ear hair problem

    Try laser hair removal since it is permanent, but few people need a session once in few years. Though laser hair removal is little expensive since you are doing it in a smaller area like ea,r you will be charged very less and your treatment will hardly take 2 minutes. You may need up to 5 or 6 sessions. From the first session itself you can notice visible difference.

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    Re: Ear hair problem

    Hi Gayathri ArunPrakash thanks for your valuable responses, Any laser treatment name if u know please inform as and which center is best.

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    Re: Ear hair problem

    Dear Sir,

    It’s not something that you hear discussed too often, but it is something that you see all too much. Ear hair. It may seem strange to talk about, but ear hair is a problem for a great number of men. Where does it come from? What is the best way to remove it?

    Where does it come from? A question, I’m sure, many grandchildren have asked their grandfathers through the ages. However, the answer is a wee bit more complicated than something your younger grandchildren could understand.
    It was once believed that ear hair is an inherited trait that was passed along on the father’s side (in the Y chromosome).


    What we do know about ear hair is that very tiny ear hairs in all of us act as a screen to protect your body from unwanted airborne pollutants (i.e. dirt). As men age, their hormone levels fluctuate. This change affects hair growth. Scientists believe that the hormone that causes baldness known as dihydrotestosterone (or DHT, for short) may also be responsible for those annoying ear (and nasal) hairs. However, very little research has been done on the relationship between the two.


    That being said, the question that still looms over all of this is: how do I get rid of it?


    There are many ways to eradicate unwanted hair, but finding the one that is the most efficient and least painful for you, may take a few tries.

    To start, if you have never groomed your ear hair before, using scissors (preferably scissors used specifically for cutting hair for a more intricate cut) cut the hair that is sticking out of the ear or covers the ear lobe. Then you can try out these different ways of remedying ear hair:



    Attempt #1: Shave closely around your outer ear being cautious as there is much possibility that you may cut yourself given the delicate nature of the ear.



    Attempt #2: To go a little deeper, purchasing an ear/nasal hair electric razor can be a beneficial addition to your personal grooming accessories. These types of razors do vary in price, but normally a moderately priced shaver will suffice. Due to the fact that tweezing your ear hair can be dangerous and may damage the eardrum or ear canal, using an electric razor is the best way to get as close as possible using mechanical devices.



    Attempt #3: You can melt it. That’s right. Melt it. Put your lighter away. What I mean is using chemical hair removal products such as Nair, you can help melt away unwanted hair. However, as nice and easy as this sounds, there are some hazards involved in this type of hair removal. For one, the chemical should not go near the inner ear because it can cause damage. Secondly, if you have sensitive skin, you may react unfavorably to this type of treatment. Many packages will caution you to try the product out on a small sample section of your skin to test for a possible negative outcome first. Although chemical hair removal has the potential to leave your skin its smoothest, there are risks involved especially if you have sensitive skin or are prone to reactions.



    Given the alternatives, it seems as though buying a moderately priced electric razor is the way to go to ensure proper maintenance and the least possible complications. However, if you feel like trying out the alternatives, hair removal chemicals can be purchased in any pharmacy and most grocery stores.



    You may feel fine simply taking care of the hair on your outer ear, too. This may be the least painful thing for you and the most efficient. But…what’s that? Doctors also say that earwax can build up in your ear hair resulting in problems hearing. That’s right, I said problems hearing. So, don’t just wash behind your ears anymore try to keep the insides clean as well. This may mean trying to get a little bit of a closer shave of that pesky ear hair or simply taking the time to clear out your ears (not with cotton swabs, but with baby oil, mineral oil, or commercial ear wax removal drops that can be purchased in any drug store). However, if excessive wax buildup has become a problem or you find that your hearing problems do not improve as a result of keeping your ears groomed, it is recommended that you consult your physician.



    Taking care of your ears is an important part of the personal grooming process, not only for aesthetic reasons, (which are important), but also for your own hearing health (which is just that much more important). Happy hearing.

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    Re: Ear hair problem

    Quote Originally Posted by kumar456 View Post
    Hi Gayathri ArunPrakash thanks for your valuable responses, Any laser treatment name if u know please inform as and which center is best.
    Nd:Yag laser is best for darker skin types and the Lightsheer (Diode) is best for lighter skin types. IPL is good for light skin with dark hair.

    Also changing the laser for the consequtive sittings will give better results.

    VLCC branch is in chennai but its little expensive. You can try other clinics also but make sure you get it done with professionals.

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    Re: Ear hair problem

    Hi gayathri,

    Can u plz share the treatment price


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    Re: Ear hair problem

    Depends on the person conducting it, whethere he or she is trying to fleece or up for a sincere solution


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