Source: Peach Fuzz Removal: Methods That Work (and Ones That Don't)
Vellus hair, which is endearingly known as peach fuzz, is the short, fine, lightly pigmented hair that can appear on the face, neck, and other areas of the body. While it's often barely noticeable, many people have their own reasons for wanting to rid themselves of it. As you may know, peach fuzz is a tough thing to remove permanently, but there are a few things you can do to temporarily eliminate its appearance. So to see which treatments work, and which ones don't, just [break]keep reading.[/break]
What doesn't work:
- Laser removal: Since peach fuzz is light in color, explains dermatologist Dr. Ellen Gendler, who works with the Venus razors brand, it's difficult to remove it with a laser. The reason is that lasers seek out dark hair, so they're best used on more pigmented strands.
- Electrolysis: Electrolysis is a process where an electric current is sent through a fine needlelike device to destroy