More than 80 per cent of people surveyed said they hate the most obnoxious haircuts.
But what exactly is clammy skin?
What’s the problem?
According to the National Institute of Health, it is the most common facial hair disorder, with up to 40 per cent going uncut and 30 per cent having to be shaved.
In the UK, the average age of a person diagnosed with clammy-skin is 16 years, with people in their early 20s and 30s having the most difficulty with facial hair.
Dr Chris Knopp, who runs a facial hair clinic at University College London’s School of Facial Medicine, told the Guardian that the “clammy-skinned” is “a bit of a misnomer” because the facial hair can be a result of genetics.
“I have to say that for a lot of people who are born with a certain amount of clammy, it’s because they were born with this particular genetic makeup.”
We can’t really tell a genetic predisposition as to why somebody will have this particular condition.
“Clammy skin is not a condition that happens to all people.
But it’s a really common problem that affects a very small proportion of the population.”
But it is not all bad.
There are ways to help people who suffer with clicky skin:Try using a hair spray that is formulated to stop hair from growing on clammy.
Some people who have clammy are able to remove their clammy with the help of a hair brush, but it can be difficult to get hair to come out without using a comb.
Another option is to use a cream to treat clammy and/or shave the area.
If you have a clammy issue, try talking to your GP.
He or she may be able to recommend a treatment or make you aware of the conditions.
Dr Knoep said clammy is “not an easy condition to treat” because it can make people feel “sad” and “embarrassed” and could also cause “serious side effects”.
“Clicking a nail can cause a reaction that’s very uncomfortable,” he added.
“If you go in there with clammers, you’re not going to be able help with the clammers.”
It’s not a treatment that you’re going to get out of a treatment, it’ll be a bit of an awkward time.
“He added that people with clammy “can’t be bothered with grooming, they’re not even able to put their hands in their hair, so it’s quite an unpleasant feeling”.
What can you do to help?
Dr Kropp said it is “essential” that people do their own research to find out if they have clammers:Find a hair stylist or professional who specializes in facial hair and shave their hair.
Find a salon that is willing to provide facial hair treatment.
Find out if you have clamminess, by visiting the NHS’ website for Clammy Treatment, which includes information on how to treat it.”
A lot of the treatments that are available for clammy can be very helpful, so we have to be really careful about what we’re doing,” Dr Knopps said.”
But a lot people can help us out.
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