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Olive Oil For Facial Hair Growth
Facial hair is a physical characteristic usually found on males where hair grows around the chin and lower portion of the face. The development of facial hair usually begins during puberty. Additionally women can occasionally develop facial hair but it usually happens when hormone levels change, ...Read more
No: Facial hair is determined by genetics and hormones. Oil on the skin will not cause it. ...Read more
Not aware of this: I've not heard that this is effective ...Read more
No.: Coconut oil is a light moisturizer, and has a tendency to clog pores, and that's about it. Has no effect, one way or the other, on hair growth. ...Read more
How to deal with facial hair. I can't to use the pills by mixing them with olive oil and apply directly to the scalp. Is that possible?
What are you asking?: Your question isn't clear. You seem upset and probably rightly so. Please clarify and ask us again. ...Read more
Does facial hair grow by the usage of olive oil on face? I heard olive oil is good rejuvenating agent. I am a girl. And what about sesame oil?
No: No oil will promote the face to grow hair. ...Read more
Don't know a way: To specifically target facial hair. For healthy hair growth: Get adequate sleep, avoid excess sugar & fat in diet, v carbonated beverages, eat enough protein, exercise regularly. Biotin helps (but don't over do it). Insure you have adequate Iron (think kale & other dark green leafies), Omega 3 fatty acids (think walnuts) and vitamin E (fruits & vegetables). ...Read more
Facial Hair: Eflornithine (vaniqua) is used to slow the growth of unwanted hair on the face in women, usually around the lips or under the chin. Eflornithine works by blocking a natural substance that is needed for hair to grow and is located in your hair follicle (the sac where each hair grows). This medication is by prescription. There is also laser hair removal for black or brown hair. ...Read more
Puberty and Genes:
Facial hair growth is a secondary sexual characteristic, meaning it is part of the passage through puberty. Some men develop robust growth as early as their teen years; some men never achieve a full beard.
Your ethnic background and genetic propensity determine your likelihood of growing facial hair. There are no accepted medications to speed or increase facial hair growth. ...Read more
Slow hair growth: Best treatment would be vaniqa cream.Get a more detailed answer ›
No: I can't think of any reason that lifting weights would increase hair growth unless Anabolic steroids or testosterone was being used. There are no known hormonal changes with exercise that would explain hair growth in men. In women, aerobic exercise decreases estrogen, so male hormones become more dominant and one could see facial hair & acne increase. This is an increasing problem in women. ...Read more
No: This is one more silly myth that has somehow gotten started. Becoming a man is difficult enough without this stuff. Your beard thickness / body hair abundance /tendency to hair loss later is genetically programmed. Junior -- don't worry about the coffee or the beard. Some women prefer more, others less, most women simply like you for who you are. ...Read more
Dermatologists: Dermatologists know the most about hair growth and other issues. ...Read more
No: It does not reduce facial hair; it mostly has no effect at all on facial hair. ...Read more
Ask people/look in: You can ask people around you or your hair dresser if there is any change or look yourself in mirror. Or you can take before and after pictures. ...Read more
Mostly: Yes as well as its conversion into DHT ...Read more
Months: UsuallyGet a more detailed answer ›
Please help, how much protein intake would I need to take for it to effect my facial hair growth?
That may not make a: Proteins may not make any difference as long as you are eating well and are otherwise healthy. Hair growth is influenced by your hormone levels which are made in your testes and adrenal glands. If you need further advise about this subject, you should consult an endocrinologist. Y your. ...Read more