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A better comparison than "beard vs toilet" may be "face with beard vs face without beard." This is actually a reasonable concern in the context of healthcare, where healthcare staff can be a vector for disease and where vulnerable people are numerous. If facial hair is a reservoir for disease, it might be reasonable to recommend that healthcare staff remain ...


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Growing a beard is mostly due to genetics and your sensitivity to testosterone levels: When people have no facial hair, they tend to think it’s because of the fact that they have low testosterone. That’s not the case, it’s actually based on how sensitive your body is to testosterone. In other words, if you are highly sensitive to it, you’re going to have a ...


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No. Shaving your facial hair (i.e. beard) or any part of your body for that matter will not make it grow back faster. There is nothing proven scientifically or otherwise that has claimed that when a razor meets your skin does your hair automatically sprout up at a quicker rate. Now there are a few reasons why people might think that this is the case to ...


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No, shaving does not cause hair to grow faster. People believe it is true for several reasons Your hair might be just growing faster now because of puberty, which is when people usually start shaving Shaving makes the ends of the hair blunt, giving it the appearance of thickness as it is coarser than hair that has not been cut recently Googling this ...


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