Will Hair Loss Affect Your Beard? No. The hair loss that shrinks and kills the follicles on your head won’t do the same to the follicles on your face. Those follicles are not sensitive to DHT like the follicles on your hairline, temples, top of your head, and crown.
Why do guys with beards go bald?
In fact, they believe that the reason men go bald is to compensate for the heat they retain by growing a beard. In support of this idea, their study from 1988 found that the area of skin covered by men’s beard hair correlates with the area of skin with sweat glands on the forehead and calvaria (the top of the head).
Can beards go bald?
Bald Patches in a Man’s Beard
The condition that causes men to lose some or all of their beard is called alopecia barbae. You may already be familiar with alopecia areata, which is when bald spots appear on people’s scalps.
Did cavemen go bald?
A well-polished bald male head was often used by tribes of cavemen to blind predators. As a result every cavemen hunting group of 8 had one bald member, and thus thousands of years later 1 in 8 men experience early on set of baldness.
Do men with thick beards go bald?
No, growing a beard will not cause hair loss. However, there is an inverse relationship between the effects of DHT on head hair follicles versus the follicles found on other areas of the body. DHT is a breakdown product of testosterone. Therefore, it circulates throughout the entire system.