This is fairly common with people who get a lot of sun exposure on the face. It can also be genetic. A professional electrologist can easily permanently remove the hair for you. If you are in the sun a lot, use a high spf sunscreen on your face, paying particular attention to the nose. The nose is also a common area for skin cancers.
Thanks for the advise. However, I am rarely in the sun often and it's not genetics. Can it be an external issue instead? I used to have acne and I use tissues alot for my nose because I have year-long allergies.
I know it's not blackheads because I haven't had acne on my nose in months and it looks like hair rather than blackheads also. I have dark hair so its more noticeable. Thanks again Choice. Is it possible for the hair growth to stop if I discontinue using tissues and not cause friction or is this a permanent condition?