Our expert says:
Not two women would develop exactly the same but
sometime between ages 8 and 11 hormones signal the ovaries and other internal reproductive organs to start growing. Between ages 9 and 15. the darker area around the nipple known as the areola and then the breasts increase in size and develop a more rounded shape. While still sparse, pubic hair, which grows between the legs, becomes darker and coarser. Body fat continues to round body contours as growth in height continues. Normal vaginal discharge becomes noticeable. Acne may appear as sweat and oil glands become more active. Between ages 10 and 16 both the areola and nipples grow. Pubic hair begins to take a triangular shape and underarm hair appears. The first menstrual flow or period occurs. Growth in height occurs more slowly. Between ages 12 and 19 breasts approach adult size and shape and pubic hair spreads to the top of the thighs. The voice may deepen slightly and menstrual cycles gradually become more regular.
I think using the chemical hair removers like Veet works better for the younger girls - just test first on a small patch on inside of the elbow that she is not allergic to it.
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