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Hirsutism or Hypertrichosis is when coarse, dark hairs grow where women typically do not grow dark hair, such as the lip, chin, chest, abdomen, or back.
This from https://www.drugs.com/enc/excessive-or-unwanted-hair-in-women.html
"There are a variety of ways to remove unwanted hair:
Bleaching -- lightening hair to make it less noticeable.
Hair removal -- shaving, plucking, waxing, or chemical depilation.
Electrolysis -- using electrical current to damage individual hair follicles so they do not grow back. This is expensive and requires multiple treatments.
Laser hair removal -- using laser to damage individual hair follicles so they do not grow back. This is expensive and requires multiple treatments.
Weight loss -- in overweight women, weight loss can decrease male hormone levels and reduce hair growth.
Birth control pills and anti-androgen medications can also help reduce hair growth. A doctor must prescribe these medications."
So in answer to your question "yes" antiandrogens are used to reduce facial hair.
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