PCOS Facial Hair Growth Treatment

PCOS can often cause excessive facial and body hair growth. We explain how Inofolic Alpha helps with PCOS and hair growth.

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PCOS Facial Hair Growth

Unwanted hair growth on the face, body and buttocks is a common symptom of PCOS, caused by the increased level of circulating male hormones (androgens), mainly testosterone. Inofolic Alpha can normalise these hormone levels resulting in a much-improved situation. A clinical study showed that one third of women with facial hair had none after three months treatment with Inofolic.

Why does PCOS cause excessive growth of facial or body hair?

Women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) often have excess hair growth caused by high androgen (male hormone) levels, which can also cause thinning hair and hair loss from the scalp.

Unwanted hair growth (hirsutism) on the face, chest and buttocks, affects about 70% of women with PCOS. Again, this It is caused by an excess of androgens and can be quickly reversed by taking Inofolic Alpha twice a day.

The constituents of Inofolic Alpha reduced unwanted hair in PCOS women by 30% after 6 months. 1/3 of women had no hirsutism (unwanted hair) and the other ⅔ also experienced significant improvement.

How to stop facial hair growth due to PCOS:

As with most PCOS symptoms, unwanted hair growth (hirsutism) is caused by high androgen (male hormone) levels, which can also cause thinning hair and hair loss from the scalp. Hirsutism affects around 70% of women with PCOS.

The ingredients in Inofolic Alpha reduced unwanted hair in PCOS women by 30% after 6 months. 1/3 of women had no hirsutism (unwanted hair) and the other ⅔ also experienced significant improvement. Often, ladies with this problem will be prescribed the contraceptive pill as that can help to control hormone levels.  

Other helpful PCOS information

Potential PCOS symptoms you may face

PCOS Hair Growth FAQs

Does everyone with PCOS grow facial hair?

No. When two of the following three are present, you will probably be diagnosed as having PCOS. This is known as the Rotterdam Criteria.

  1. Menstrual /ovulatory disorders
  2. Evidence of high androgen levels
  3. Polycystic ovaries visualised on an Ultrasound scan.

Therefore, some PCOS patients may not have raised androgen levels and won’t have the unwanted hair growth that this usually causes. Please also note that before you get a PCOS diagnosis, other potential causes of ovulatory problems or raised androgens (male hormones) must be excluded.

Can Inofolic Alpha reduce unwanted hair growth?

70% of women with PCOS experience unwanted hair growth and this is caused due to an excess of androgens. However, this can be quickly reversed by taking Inofolic Alpha twice a day as has been proven to reduce unwanted hair in PCOS women by 30% after 6 months.

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