Why Do Men Grow Beards Psychology?
- Sabrina Sarro
STANDING OUT FROM THE CROWD – If this duplicity of the bearded look doesn’t seem nuanced and complicated enough, research findings published by The Royal Society corroborated the notion that attraction towards a man with a beard was dependent on the man’s relation to those around him.
In a study conducted, pictures of a group of men with and without beards in homogenous and mixed groups were shown to a large number of women surveyed. The pictures of individual men who had beards among their counterparts who didn’t were seen as the more attractive of the group, whilst in the same study the pictures of men with beards among their counterparts who also had beards were seen as less attractive or insignificant.
What this reveals to us then is that beards are deemed as attractive if they make a man stand out from the crowd of his peers. This may go some way towards explaining the arms race between men and their beard follicles of recent years. Many people will have noticed the cyclical nature of beard fashion, of the uptick of men growing out their beards until society reaches its peak of beardedness, followed by a steady decline once again.
And then the cycle repeats. This has been a common aspect of fashion history: fashion trends often repeat themselves with unique adaptations and variations over time.The demand for such male individuality may demonstrate the utility of the “signalling role of beardedness in intrasexual competition”, states the team of psychologists from the University of Silesia in Poland.
Their research found that men prefer facial hair when it is their own but that they didn’t like it on other men. The researchers also went on to explain that “men may prefer having facial hair to deter their enemies and display greater masculinity or a higher social position.” In fact, several findings have suggested that men care more about their facial hair than women do.
- 1 What is the psychological reason for growing beard?
- 2 Why do men suddenly decide to grow beards?
- 3 What do beards say about a man?
- 4 What beard says about personality?
- 5 Do beards attract females?
- 6 Do beards grow because of testosterone?
- 7 Why do men go bald but keep beards?
- 8 Do men grow beards when stressed?
- 9 Why do I love a man with a beard?
- 10 What percentage of girls like beards?
- 11 Does stress make you grow a beard?
What is the psychological reason for growing beard?
Power & Maturity – Because the ability to grow a beard is a sign of physical maturity in men, it’s not a great leap to assume it can also be a sign of general maturity. As we get older (and better at growing beards), we usually become more mature. Beards therefore, psychologically speaking, work in the subconscious to indicate maturity.
A study from 1990 evidenced this, showing both men and women associated beards with maturity and power. The power associations that come with a beard are interesting as it can’t be separated from the way society has empowered men in politics, science, the arts and within social spheres for centuries.
As we’ve learned, having a beard increases perceptions of masculinity. In a society where men have more power, emphasising masculinity would therefore also increase perception of power. Interestingly, it was found that female feminists were less likely to vote for men with beards.
Why do men suddenly decide to grow beards?
Why Do Men Grow Beards? The Answer May Surprise You From an evolutionary perspective, why do men grow beards? Is it vanity? Dominance? Laziness? Or some other reason altogether? New research shows that beards likely evolved to help men boost their standing amongst other men.
- A by Nigel Barber, using data on British facial hair trends from 1842-1971, found that men with beards and mustaches increased as the number of marriage-age women decreased.
- Basically, if there is a larger number of single men than women, more men grow beards.
- So does this mean men grow beards because women find them more attractive than clean-shaven baby faces? A number of studies suggest that both men and women find that men with beards appear older, stronger and more aggressive than non-bearded men.
But does this equate to attractiveness? Some studies find that women, while others show that women like fully-bearded men and some even suggest women find men the most attractive. Bottom line, there is no conclusive data suggesting that women across the board find men with facial hair more attractive than clean-shaven men. Dominance. We all know the shy, quiet guy in the corner is highly unlikely to take the beautiful girl home. Across the animal kingdom, the dominant male can get more mating opportunities by intimidating other suitors to step aside. Since men with beards are perceived by both sexes as older, stronger, and more aggressive, the bearded man has an upper hand in perceived dominance, and therefore an increased likelihood of passing his genes on to the next generation.
So from an evolutionary perspective, it beards serve as a dominance mechanism and therefore indirectly a means of procreation. That’s from an evolutionary perspective. As for why each of us grows our beard, well, that is personal. Personally, I grew my beard out in, I kept it because, frankly, it makes me look damn handsome.and I look like I’m 18 when I’m clean-shaven.
What do beards say about a man?
2: Beards Make You Look More Masculine – Beards are often said to increase the perception of aggressiveness in men. That is to say, men with beards are considered more aggressive, dominant, and generally given a more “manly” persona. Although we don’t think beards are absolutely necessary to achieve these things, science certainly agrees that a beard can help elicit these characteristics.
- It was originally theorized that beards helped display some prominent and valuable traits regarding “survival of the fittest” and Darwin’s theory of evolution.
- It’s a combination of subtle psychological cues and the subconscious version of who a “bearded man” is that makes them appealing to the opposite sex.
Overall, a beard displays a sense of masculinity and near-unshakeable confidence much in the same way that lions sports their manes, which were thought to signal fighting ability, strength, and masculinity to other lions.
What beard says about personality?
Facial Hair and Societal Perception – Does a beard look good on you? Should you shave the stubble before your date? Do you need to give yourself a trim before the big interview? Scientific research can tell you what other people are thinking when they look at your beard, which should give you a good idea of whether a beard is the right choice for your life.
aggression and dominancematurity
A clean-shaven man, on the other hand, is associated more with the following traits:
Aggression & Facial Hair This man is aggressive. And yes — that is an understatement. A beard is a sign of active testosterone in the body, and human brains recognize that as coming with the potential for more aggression. As a result, men with beards are often seen as more angry, aggressive, or dominant, even if their personality has none of those traits.
- In one study, photographs of bearded men and non-bearded men making the same aggressive facial expression (scowling, baring teeth, etc.) were compared.
- The bearded men were rated as significantly more aggressive and intimidating, even when all other factors were identical.
- That’s not inherently a bad thing — but it is a thing to keep in mind if you choose to wear a beard.
For example, it’s never a great idea to be the guy at the front of a protest rally, face-to-face with the cops, and also sporting a huge beard! Be sure to listen to our podcast on the science of facial hair: Maturity & Facial Hair With his manly beard, you might be surprised to know that James Harden is only 24. Since the ability to grow a beard is a sign of physical maturity in men, it is naturally associated with age and grown manhood — as is evidenced by a study that found that beards were associated with maturity, power, and higher social status by both men and women.
- Men with beards are also, predictably, perceived as being more “masculine” or “manly” than men without.
- A large 2013 study asked both men and women to rate photographs that showed one man with varying stages of facial growth.
- The longer the hair in the photograph shown, the more masculine he was rated.
Sociability & Facial Hair Which fellow would folks feel more comfortable approaching? While beards are associated with dominance, power, and maturity, on the flip side of the coin, that kind of masculine image can make people feel a little intimidated; one study found that bearded men are perceived as 38% less generous, 36% less caring, and 51% less cheerful than their clean-shaven brethren.
- Likely for the same reasons that beards are seen as a sign of aggression, going beardless is often interpreted as a sign of being well-socialized and able to integrate with others.
- Breaking this down to any kind of alpha/beta male idea is oversimplifying — it has more to do with what makes a man look like he takes charge versus one who gets along well with others.
Studies have found clean-shaven men to be more highly-rated in terms of social skills than their bearded brethren, based purely on still images — there was no actual observed socializing to base judgments on. Cleanliness & Facial Hair Going clean-shaven gets you points for cleanliness, but beards aren’t necessarily seen as sloppy. In another 2013 study, it was stubble that took the biggest knock for perceptions of health and cleanliness. A patchy, light stubble was rated the lowest — most viewers interpreted it as a sign that the wearer didn’t groom regularly. Do these perceptions mean every man should run out and grow a large beard so that everyone will see him as a mature and “doesn’t take no for an answer” type of leader? Of course not. Being perceived as “manly” or “dominant” isn’t always useful. Not all social settings call for an aggressive leader.
The more socialized appearance of a clean shave might be more useful, for example, in job interviews where the interviewee will be expected to be part of a team when hired. Similarly, older men who already have a few signs of aging (wrinkles, gray hair, etc.) don’t need a beard to emphasize their maturity.
They can sport a clean shave for the perceptions of health and youthfulness it brings, and rely on the rest of their appearance and comportment to speak to their maturity.
Do beards attract females?
Do Women Really Find Bearded Men More Attractive? Guys on the dating scene are always looking for their best shot at locking down a lovely lady. Men go out of their way to dress to the nines, plan fancy dinner dates, and take their conversational skills to the next level. A by Barnaby J. Dixson and Robert C Brooks aimed to decipher the role of facial hair in women’s perceptions of attractiveness, and the results were undeniable. After judging a number of pictures featuring men with varying degrees of facial hair, the vast majority of women found full-bearded men to be the top dogs in the mix.
Women saw men with full beards to be the most healthy, and the best suited to parenting. As a matter of fact, the study showed that as facial hair length increased, the men were viewed as more masculine. “The results showed women were more attracted to those who had some sort of facial hair” These findings were doubly confirmed by published by the Journal of Evolutionary Biology in 2016.
This study asked over 8,500 women to rate men with different lengths of facial hair. The ladies were presented pictures of men who were clean shaven, wearing light stubble, heavy stubby, and a full beard. Once again, the results showed women were more attracted to those who had some sort of facial hair. This graph shows data from the 2016 study published in the Journal of Evolutionary Biology showing that facial hair of any kind is more attractive than a smooth clean shaven face. The study also found that women were not only more attracted to them, but expected to have longer relationships with men rocking a beard.
Facial hair, in general, was viewed as an indicator of a “male’s ability to successfully compete socially with other males for resources,” as they “render men with an older, more masculine, socially dominant and aggressive appearance.” To break things down even further, the same study showed men with full beards to be the most masculine, aggressive, and socially mature, while light stubble was preferred for both short and long-term partners.
In other words, anyone who wore some type of facial hair was found to be more attractive in general. It doesn’t matter what type of facial hair you have. As long as you’re sporting something, you can expect to be viewed more favorably by the opposite sex, statistically speaking. The selection of faces used in the survey. While scientific studies consistently show positive results for bearded men in a very controlled abstract settings, we’ve seen the same results play out in the real world as well. AdonisClothing, a US-based online store focused on men’s apparel, started to pick up on something with their listings. Clean shaven and bearded versions of the same model photo, used by Menswear retailer Adonis to test female shoppers’ response. The company ran a 15-day test unbeknownst to their shoppers. When browsers would visit any apparel listing, they would get a page that showcased either a man with a full beard or one without any facial hair.
- Absolutely everything else in the picture was exactly the same, minus the addition of some digitally-added whiskers.
- Believe it or not, the tracking of 36,000 visitors over the 15-day period showed the bearded pictures to outperform the clean-shaven options by nearly 50%, leading to a 33% increase in total sales.
Science aside for a moment, there are countless real-life examples that are just obvious. Take Jason Mamoa aka Aquaman aka Khal Drogo, it’s pretty clear which version is better. Sorry Jason, the data doesn’t lie. Stick with the beard. Between the multiple scientific studies and real-world applications, there’s no denying the power of facial hair. If you’re looking to make the best impression possible with the ladies, a full-on beard or even a covering of stubble can work wonders.
Do beards grow because of testosterone?
– Waiting for a beard to grow in can feel a lot like watching grass grow. This may be frustrating if you’re trying to grow a full beard. The younger you are, the longer it may take you to hit your beard goals. Men’s facial hair starts coming in during puberty.
- Many men will sport the beginnings of a mustache and a few sprigs of chin hair years before the rest of their beard starts to surface.
- 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.
- Some men may never achieve the beard of their dreams.
Genetics and hormones play a large role in determining how quickly and fully your beard will ultimately grow. Health and lifestyle habits can also play a part. Facial hair growth is largely propelled by testosterone, a hormone. Testosterone levels can vary.
- For men between 19 and 38, the normal range is 264 to 916 nanograms per deciliter (ng/dL),
- This represents about the 3rd through 98th percentile for testosterone.
- Having low testosterone can negatively affect beard growth,
- For men with clinically low testosterone, taking supplements under a doctor’s supervision may help increase beard growth.
If your testosterone is within the normal range, taking supplements will most likely not help. 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.
Eep 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. Beard growth fullness may also be affected by testosterone. There is some evidence that linear hair growth rate, meaning how fast your beard grows, is determined by the amount of dihydrotestosterone (DHT) you produce.
DHT is a byproduct of testosterone, activated by an enzyme in the hair follicle’s oil glands. Beard growth rates can vary considerably. Once your beard growth pattern has become fully established, you may notice that your beard grows about 1/2 inch per month.
Why do men go bald but keep beards?
DHT damages the follicles in the scalp hair, so the more testosterone you have, the balder you can be. However, facial hair grows because of testosterone. Testosterone and facial hair begin at puberty. Young men shed their peach fuzz and start to sprout hairs — a few on the chin and upper lip.
Are men with beards happier?
Maybe you’re like me, (Sorry, it’s not always easy, Well, sometimes it is. But I digress.) What I mean is, maybe you’re a man who was clean-shaven for basically his whole life. And maybe you decided during the early stages of the pandemic, when you were isolated from most of the world, anyway: Heck, let’s see what happens if I just stop shaving.
Now that the world is going back to the office (at least part-time), you’re trying to figure out what science says about the impressions your new look inspires. It’s what happened to me, starting around March 2020. By April, I’d grown beyond the itchy stage; by Memorial Day, it was full-on Grizzly Adams.
By late summer, I went to my barber and said, Hey, how ’bout you help me figure this out? I like how it’s turned out. I have to stay on top of it, because I’ve realized that probably the best look for me – the one I feel most comfortable and confident with – is when I try to make time stand still, by maintaining a perpetual state of roughly 10 to 14-day growth.
Not “guy who got in late last night and didn’t have a chance to shave;” not “trying to imitate Tom Hanks in Castaway,” but instead “short beard, two weeks, might decide to shave, not sure.” Now, I don’t know if it’s pure coincidence, or grooming serendipity, but it turns out that 10 days’ growth is exactly where science says most men should try to be to send the most positive messages, statistically speaking, to the people around them.
Let’s start with a study out of the University of Queensland in Australia, in which researchers attempted to determine the degree to which varying lengths of facial hair might change perceptions of men, in the eyes of heterosexual women. Researchers collected the women’s reactions to photographs of men whose beards fell into four categories: clean-shaven, light stubble (five days’ growth), heavy stubble (10 days’ growth), and thick beards (about a month’s worth of growth).
The study really broke the women’s responses into categories based on what type of romantic relationships they were looking for. But in short, men with light stubble and heavy stubble fared best in the “just looking for a little fun” category, while men with heavy stubble and full beards were most attractive to women looking for a long-term relationship.
Men with clean-shaven faces were at the back of the line in all cases. Another study out of Brazil found fairly similar results regarding gay men, according to a New York Times report; if anything, they were more attracted to men with more facial hair.
Now, I’m happily married, so as long as my wife is cool with the beard, I suppose I can consider that box checked. But I was also very interested to learn how people in social and business settings perceive men with beards, especially if there was any scientific research to back it up. Here’s perhaps the most interesting study.
Yet another group of Australian researchers (must be a thing) asked 227 people to look at photographs of men both with and without beards, and with facial expressions connoting happiness or anger. In general, the study participants identified the angry, bearded men most quickly, leading to the conclusion that men with beards give off an aura of seriousness and aggression, regardless of other factors or expressions.
But, the surprise was that in a follow-up study of 450 people, in which they were asked to rate the same photos as either aggressive, masculine, and/or prosocial, they rated the happy, bearded men as higher on all three categories-including prosocial. One theory: The mere presence of a beard suggests aggression and masculinity, so the change in expression as the result of a smile or another signal of happiness results in a magnified reaction toward prosociality on the part of the other person.
Look, there are a lot of reasons why men grow beards. A pandemic is one, sure. But maybe your culture or religion encourages or even requires them. Maybe you just want to see how it would look. Maybe you just got traded away from the New York Yankees, and you want to let your freak fly a little.
Are men with beards sexier?
2. Beards make a man seem more manly – Ryan Gosling is internet’s darling for a reason Image source: Independent Another study found that men with beards may be seen as more masculine, mature and as having a higher social status. These traits are clearly important contributors to the overall sense of attractiveness.
Do men grow beards when stressed?
Relationship between stress and beard growth – Stress can affect you in various ways- it usually begins with mental fatigue and brain fog; and can contribute to serious health problems like heart attack, high blood pressure, etc. But did you know that stress also has an impact on your facial hair and beard? Yes! Stress has a tremendous impact on your beard growth.
- Stress increases the production of cortisol in your body which crashes with your hormone level, thus, hindering the healthy growth of your beard.
- Stress also restricts the flow of vitamin and other nutrients to your hair follicles and reduces your beard growth.
- Too much stress can also lead to brain fog which impacts your ability to focus, eventually, affecting your facial hair growth.
It would help you to know the various and how it affects your health and beard growth. If you want to grow a healthy beard, it is essential to avoid stress at all cost. While there are different ways of reducing stress, the following are some common remedies that work for most people:
Do some guys look bad with beard?
But in the same way not every woman can pull off platinum blonde hair, beards are not flattering on all guys. It may be a matter of preference. Some dudes look better clean shaven (or with a sexy five o’clock shadow) while others seem more attractive with a face full of scruff.
Does a thick beard mean high testosterone?
Testosterone Doesn’t Make Your Beard Longer – that there is no link at all between testosterone levels and beard length, In case you’re wondering, it doesn’t make anything else longer either 😎
Why do I love a man with a beard?
Real-Estate Agent, Realtor, Health & Wellness Advocate, TV personality, Molecular Biologist, Producer, and Actor. – Published Dec 8, 2022 There are many reasons why women may find bearded men attractive. Some possible reasons include: 1 Beards can be seen as a sign of masculinity and strength, which can be attractive to women who are looking for a protective and dominant partner.
Beards are often associated with masculinity and are thought to indicate that a man is mature, strong, and capable.2 Beards can also be seen as a sign of maturity and wisdom, which can be appealing to women who are looking for a more sophisticated, much more experienced and intelligent partner.3 Beards can also add an air of mystery and intrigue to a man’s appearance, which can be alluring to women who are looking for an exciting and unpredictable partner.4 Beards can also be seen as a sign of good grooming and attention to detail, which can be appealing to women who are looking for a partner who takes care of themselves and is committed to their appearance.5 Beards can make a man look more rugged and adventurous and simply put, some women simply find men with beards to be more rugged and adventurous, which can be an attractive trait.6 Finally, beards can be a great way to add contrast and contrast to a man’s face, which can make him more visually appealing and interesting to women.
Overall, it is likely that the appeal of men with beards is due to a combination of these factors, and may vary depending on individual preferences and cultural norms. It is a common stereotype that women find men with beards more attractive. However, this is not necessarily true for all women.
Some women may find facial hair attractive because of the factors listed above. Others may prefer a clean-shaven look. Ultimately, attraction is subjective and varies from person to person. Additionally, it is not accurate to say that men with beards “get all the women.” This implies that men with beards have some sort of advantage in the dating world, which is not necessarily the case.
People are attracted to different things and have their own preferences when it comes to physical appearance. The end. Jinder Atwal (currently rocking a beard).
What attracts females the most?
10 things women find attractive in men Want to steal a woman’s heart? A sculpted body and killer looks may not be enough anymore as millennial women want their partner to be a responsible, mature, empathetic person who can also express emotions effectively.
- According to a survey, women also find qualities like good sense of humour, confidence, intellect impressive in men.
- However, this doesn’t mean that modern women do not like to be wooed at all.
- Apparently, as per this survey, guys who are romantic, arrange dates, present flowers, and treat them like royalty are their preferred choice.
(Also read: 10 things women find attractive in a man(Freepik) Here are 10 of the many characteristics of men that are appealing to women, according to extramarital dating app Gleeden.1. Be a leader: Most women are drawn to guys who take responsibility for their actions and are unwavering in their beliefs.
- A person’s ability to lead is an indication of maturity.
- Women are drawn to guys with strong convictions who follow through on their decisions.
- Making long-term plans and being resolute in the pursuit of your objectives will make your girl stick to you like velcro or get you one.2.
- Express much? According to recorded history, man has not yet mastered or evolved the ability to be emotionally expressive.
However, society is changing very quickly these days. In order to improve understanding, people are acknowledging their emotions and condition them. A woman is most attracted to men who speak up and say what they mean. As we all know, communication is the key to every relationship.3.
- Humour match: Relationships shouldn’t always be taken seriously.
- Another characteristic that automatically makes the connection enjoyable is having a sense of humor and making unexpected jokes.
- The laid-back aspect of your personality is also revealed, which is a commendable trait.
- Grumbling is a trait in men that women find undesirable.
Everything is made great by being able to communicate freely with everyone, perceiving humour in circumstances, and laughing easily beside her.4. Fitness freak: To impress a lady, a man does not necessarily need to be a gym fanatic or have six-pack abs.
- However, women favour guys who are concerned about their health.
- One who adheres to a schedule maintains a healthy diet with occasional deviations and is aware of how to stay away from bad habits.
- Finding a spouse has little to do with being healthy, but a positive outlook can help you live a fulfilling life and have more self-confidence.5.
How modest are you? One of the most important characteristics that most women seek is modesty. Outspokenness, charity, and honesty are further feminine appeal traits that are always observed, along with humility. Nothing appeals to a woman more than a man with a great sense of self.
- A man who exudes confidence is autonomous and capable of handling any circumstance.
- The woman may rely on her spouse and feel safe even in the long run.6.
- Bookworm: Women favour males who are brighter and more inventive.
- Someone who reads spends time learning more and expanding their horizons.
- A man who enjoys learning new things and is passionate about reading literature, science, goth, fiction or non-fiction, etc.7.
Acknowledging faults: The first and most important obligation a guy may have is transparency, and if a man is conscious that he must be accountable frequently, he may truly alter his perspective. She considers this attribute to be really charming since it is one of the most relevant things for a woman to have accountability for admitting her imperfections and failures.8.
- Styling thyself: Shabby dressing and not being presentable can lower down your chances of being hit.
- A woman’s focus goes to a well-dressed up man, his style, and his way of carrying his attire with confidence.
- However, this will enhance your fashion sense as well.9.
- Maturity counts: Women like older guys because they perceive them to be more mature and understanding.
However, age has little to do with maturity; it can thrive on a variety of acquired experiences. Older guys are resourceful and recognize the value of stability. Women value stability and are drawn to men who can provide for them.10. Romantically young: Finally, women like guys who are romantic, arrange dates, present flowers, and treat them like royalty.
- Going on vacation, surprising your woman with small presents, sending her some wonderful letters, and telling her how fortunate you are to have her are just a few of the numerous things that top the list.
- It is natural for a male to entice a female to mate, and we are no exception.
- Therefore, fan the romantic fires and pour your love into a lovely gesture for her.
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What percentage of girls like beards?
3. Long Stubble – And for some women, a little bit of an overgrown, scruffy look is also attractive. Though only five percent of women 18 to 24 found this attractive, 21 percent of the mid-age group and 33 percent of the older group approved.
Do girls prefer mustache or beard?
Women Love Stubble – According to one study, women favor heavy stubble. Particularly the growth that equates to about ten days of not shaving, Based on this research, women rated heavy stubble as being most desirable and most indicative of maturity, dominance, and aggression. Stubble, you could say, is a nonverbal cue to the opposite sex that you’re a manly man.
Does beard mean more testosterone?
Testosterone Doesn’t Make Your Beard Longer – that there is no link at all between testosterone levels and beard length, In case you’re wondering, it doesn’t make anything else longer either 😎
Does stress make you grow a beard?
How Does Stress Cause Excess Facial Hair Growth in Women? – Advanced Facial Therapies & Electrolysis Brisbane, Permanent Hair Removal: Toowong We receive a number of questions concerning the subject of stress and facial hair growth in women, wondering if there is a link. The short answer is yes – stress can affect facial hair growth, indeed not just upon the face, but also elsewhere on the body in places that you would not ‘normally’ expect to see it.
The problem can occur in both men and women; however, women are not used to excess facial hair growth and can find it to be far more of an issue in their lives than men, for clearly obvious reasons. Excess facial hair growth in women can cause more stress, thus resulting in a problem with facial hair that can get progressively worse, a vicious circle, if you like.
During periods of stress, the adrenal glands become overactive, pumping out (or stress hormones) in greater quantities, which speed up the body and create the ‘fight or flight’ reactions. The excessive quantities of these hormones and also androgen, that is naturally produced by the adrenal glands are then circulated around the body more quickly, which can lead to excess facial hair growth.
Avoidance of stress is clearly a solution to the problem, but is unlikely. At times, we all encounter periods of stress. That said, it is usually lengthened periods of stress that will lead to excess facial hair growth and not just ‘a bad day at the office’. Those of us who do find ourselves in the situation where we have can do something about it on a permanent basis with Electrolysis, the only truly permanent method of facial hair removal for women.
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