This is limited information and tells nothing about your skin condition which can help in planning a treatment. A thorough history, clinical examination and appropriate laboratory tests will be needed to solve the mystery. Consider seeing a Dermatologist for proper diagnosis and treatment plan. Few have it constitutionally and for few patients medical reasons may be there. Meeting an expert in the area will help.
Hair growth depends on genetics and hormones. Not having beard may be the hair follicle pattern in some individuals. You may consult an endocrinologist for full evaluation - to rule out underlying causes.
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