Facts About Facial Hair
Hair that grows on the face is called facial hair and it normally grows on the upper lip area, cheeks, and the chin and mostly it tends to grow more on the human males and they begin to have the facial hair during adolescence or puberty and usually the hair does not develop fully until the male is twenty one years.
After menopause, women are known to develop facial hair but men love to have the facial hair made into styles such as sideburns, goatees, beards, or they simply shave the hair but there are others who like to have whiskers or facial hair that grows on the cheeks and chin.
Facial hair grows on the upper lip and cheeks when the male is eighteen years and it is then that a male boy is recognized as being an adult but there are some women who because of high levels of testosterone develop facial hair on their chin.
Facial hair grows to a full beard and in some men the hair grows on the side of the face but the growing of the beards actually depends on the environment of the genetic heritage and human biological processes but where women are concerned, they tend not to have any hair on their face except for the vellus hair which cover most of the body and the eyebrows.
Facial hair that grows excessively is termed as hirsutism and is usually an indication of some kind of variations of the hormones and in this case the women remove the facial hair because they consider the grow to be a social stigma and the removal of the hair is normally done by experts in hair grow or they be removed by treatment of laser by professionals.
Woman have androgens in their bodies but they are mostly in very low levels but there are some particular conditions which are medical which may make a woman’s body to create androgens which are too many and this cause the growth of facial hair on the chin.
If the beard is too much on the chin and the male feels it is unwanted he may use beard trimming scissors and if it is the on the chin one may use the mustache scissor because the facial grow of the hair on the woman’s chin may be because of some out flow of androgens and many of the women get this condition when they have some obesity, menopause, and stress all which disturbs the hormones and the facial hair grow may start as light and thin before it then turns to be stiff and dark as the period goes by and to put to a stop the grow a women needs to be patient and to try to de-stress and be relaxed.
There are other ways of stopping the grow or facial hair and they include the use of lime juice which is applied to the affected part together with chamomile or lemon juice, which bleaches the hairs and then kills the follicle, but it is not advisable to pluck the hair since this may actually stimulate the already inactive follicles and may get active and start to grow.