When it comes to growing a beard, one of the most common misconceptions is that facial hair grows at the same rate as the hair follicle on your scalp. To clear that out once and for all – it doesn’t. Your beard actually grows faster than your hair, which is definitely a good thing.
Why do I get thick black hairs on my chin?
Hair is coarser, thicker and darker. This can be due to virilization, or excess production of androgens. Sudden changes in facial hair patterns might mean your body is sending a sign something has changed. It can signal a hormonal imbalance caused by a medical condition or a side effect of medications.
What foods stop facial hair growth?
The traditional mixture of gram flour, turmeric and curd is said to marginally reduce hair growth. Apply this mixture on your face and rinse it once it dries. A mixture of papaya and turmeric helps contain hair growth, and what’s more, it also exfoliates the skin.
Why is my facial hair so thick?
Your genes are one of the main factors in how thick or thin your facial hair is. “Men have hairs on their face that are programmed to respond to testosterone, and when they get that signal around puberty, they transition from fine hair to thicker hair,” Dr. Anthony explains. “But how thick it is depends on genetics.”