It's something I've been self-conscious of since I was a teenager, constantly plucking, waxing, or shaving stubborn chin and sideburn hairs for hours on end. This obsession worsened by the time I got to college. I would often cover parts of my face with my hands when talking, wear makeup to cover ingrown hair scars, and feel helpless—especially in the heat of the summer—when I didn't want to wear makeup but felt obligated to due to the poor condition of my skin. I continued to harm my skin by using harsh products over the next few years; it felt like a never-ending cycle of frustration. I know that there is nothing wrong with facial hair. I was never compelled to judge other women for having a little stubble here, a mustache there—if anything, I was envious of their confidence.
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Certain medications also can lead to heavy sweating, as can opioid withdrawal. Sweat glands Your skin has two types of sweat glands: Eccrine glands occur over most of your body and open directly onto the surface of your skin. Apocrine glands open into the hair follicle, leading to the surface of the skin. Apocrine glands develop in areas abundant in hair follicles, such as on your scalp, armpits and groin. Complications Complications of hyperhidrosis include:
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