Facial hair by: Wray Hi Linda Facial hair is due to excess testosterone levels, these can rise in menopause, as the ovaries often become androgen producing organs, see here. So no you're not turning into a man! This happened to me in my peri-menopause years, and thank heavens progesterone . Facial hair and progesterone cream by: Wray Hi Amy. I'm happy the progesterone is helping you, even more happy to see you're using a good amount too. Often women use too little and the results are disappointing. I've normally found facial hair does eventually drop out with continued use. Male hormones are the culprit behind both acne and facial.
Dr. Gerard Honore answered. 28 years experience Fertility Medicine. No: It does not reduce facial hair; it mostly has no effect at all on facial hair. Answered on Nov 13, May 01, · Hormone creme seems to inhibit melanin production and can improve facial pigmentation. Some researchers have shown it can even reduce facial hair. Worried about breast cancer? The research is reassuring. Many women use topical estrogen gels to treat vaginal dryness, and studies have found no link with breast cancer, even with previous voyeured.xyz: Millennial Health.