As women, we tend to find the mere idea of anyone catching sight of our ‘unwanted’ body hair totally and utterly alarming. Yes, despite the fact that it is entirely natural, society has evolved to find fault with the hair that grows on our legs, arms, armpits and in other more intimate areas.

But because we’re all different and inherit an entirely different genetic makeup from that of our peers, some of us turn out hairier than others.

And while it is very easy to feel that you’ve gotten the short end of the stick, if you happen to be slightly hairier than your fellow woman, it’s probably a fair assumption to make that you’re almost certainly nowhere near as hairy as a certain teenager by the name of Supatra Susuphan.

Indeed, Susuphan is a seventeen-year-old girl who had been dubbed the ‘world’s hairiest girl’ all the way back in 2010.

But it would now appear that even she has succumbed to the hair-free beauty ideals that society has presented us with in spades. Indeed, she has now revealed that she has begun shaving her face. In addition, Susuphan has also married the ‘love of her life’.

Could it be possible the two events are connected?

The teenager, who is from the Thai capital of Bangkok, has recently been showcasing a series of photos featuring herself, her new husband and her even newer hair-free face.

Anyone who is aware of the young woman’s story may know that she suffers from a remarkably rare genetic condition known as Ambras Syndrome, referred to sometimes as Werewolf Syndrome. It is an extreme form of hypertrichosis which leads to excessive growth of body hair.