A series of laser hair removal treatments may help by making the hair finer as well as controlling the rapid growth even to the point of no return. Everyone's situation is different and results may vary. You should also seek advice from you primary care physician as this may be due to a hormonal imbalance. He/She can suggest what may need to be done in order to figure out why this is happening.
I suggest consulting with your physician to have a hormone panel test done, as facial hair in women is commonly a hormonal imbalance. Laser hair removal will improve this area and rid the hair on your chin in a series of treatments. Please consult with an expert. Best, Dr. Emer
Facial hair on women tends to be hormonaly regulated. If you have excessive hair, ask your doctor to rule out polycystic ovary, a hormonal condition causing excess facial hair. Also, you can ask for proscription of spirnolactone, a prisciption drug used in these settings. In addition, opt for a series of laser hair removal treatment to get the growth under control. Best of luck!