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Eek! I shaved my arm hair

 
I made a huge mistake a couple months ago. I tried shaving my arms, and now the hair keeps coming back all stubbly so I have to keep shaving them. Is there anything I can do to fix this disaster?

Stop shaving those arms now, and with some time, your prob is pretty much solved. Explains Dr. Jerome Aronberg, assistant professor of dermatology at Washington University, St. Louis, “Shaving doesn’t make the hair come back any thicker or stubbier. But, it does make it come back, initially, shorter. And, shorter hair hasn’t been worn down, and isn’t long enough to bend. So until the hair gets ‘older,’ it will certainly feel stubbly. And, by continuing to shave off the stubby hair, it is never given a chance to ‘grow up’ into a long, worn-down softer hair.”
 

BY GL ON 6/23/2010 3:29:00 PM

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