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Beard problem
Im 16 but there is no sign of beard on my cheeks i have mustache and got little beard on chin but no hairs on cheeks and my side logs are small due to it not having much hair on cheeks i at least need to have big side logs and someone said me to shave 20 days continuously so i can grow beard is it possible? And in my family all have good beard expect one uncle of mine
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Don't worry...... Specific medicine available for good growth.. Treatment depends on the severity..Do direct online consultation for detailed prescription by sending photos.
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You can also be genetically predetermined for a scant beard, even if your testosterone is normal. This is largely due to genetic variations, ethnicity, and heredity. Keep in mind that you inherit genes from both parents. Your dad's beard may indicate what yours will be like, but so may your maternal grandfather's. Some men see their full beard come in when they’re as young as 18 or 19. Others may continue to have sparse areas of growth until their mid-to-late 20s or even later. Shaving your beard is helpful for making it appear uniform and neat. Shaving does not, however, make beard hair grow faster. It also does not thicken it. The rate at which your beard will grow in, as well as its fullness, is largely determined by genetics, Testosterone and DHT also play important roles. Consult a Dermatologist for the same.
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