For the most part, if you don't actively remove it, all women have facial and body hair, to some extent. The amount of facial and body hair that you have, however, can vary based on a number of factors. Though some women are embracing their facial and body hair or, at least, don't really concern themselves with it, others are quite perplexed with the amount that they have, dealing with bullies, anxiety, and more. There are some things that your upper-lip hair says about your health, or might say about your health, that can give you some important insight beyond just how you feel about it aesthetically.
Visible body and facial hair can be really distressing for some women who've been taught by society that they're not really supposed to have it (even though it's a totally natural thing to have). And when you feel a certain way about your facial and body hair based on how it looks, you may not even realize that there's more that your hair might be able to tell you about your health and your body. From what's going on in your body to your genes, diagnosable conditions, and more, there are some things that might explain your upper lip hair and other body hair that, if you have a lot of it, you may be interested in knowing more about.