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“Unlike with the armpits and the bikini area, there is no hygienic reason for women to shave their faces,” says Dr. Sharleen St. Surin-Lord, assistant professor of dermatology at Howard University’s College of Medicine, and Founder & Medical Director of Visage Dermatology and Aesthetic Center. “Peach fuzz may trap more dirt, oil, and hairs, but we should be washing our faces twice daily to remove these things from our skin and facial hair anyway.”

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