I know that the lack or reduced facial hair growth in men can be connected with a number of things. But has anybody here out of those who had this problem managed to significantly improve it?
A lack of DHT production through childhood, but more importantly during puberty, can limit facial hair development (as well as other aspects of male puberty), in which case you're somewhat stuck with what you have. A diet high in phytoestrogens (soy, flax, beans, licorice root, green tea etc) will lower DHT levels (often these are used to treat prostate issues in older men, but we NEED DHT in large amounts early on in life) in anyone of any age. Raw grass fed dairy products will boost DHT production and is great for growing children if the can digest it (which is also why diary speeds up balding for some people).
I've heard of some people gaining some facial hair after taking elk antler velvet or deer antler velvet. The IGF-1 seems to kickstart puberty if you didn't go through it fully earlier on in life.
As previous posters said though, it can be genetic too, however genes in certain cultures are affected by dietary habits, so certain Asian countries that eat a lot of soy could potentially be connected to their lack of facial hair.
I am 26 and People make fun of me and say I can't grow facial hair because of inbreeding. Its hard to get a girlfriend that's over18 because I look like I'm 15. Gaining respect at work is difficult because I look like a child.
The hair on my balls has grown substantially since I started eating Paleo to the point where I have trouble fitting it into my underwear, I'm talking yards of hair, it is ridiculous. Sometimes it peeks out of the bottom of my pants and people stare at it and I just say "Sorry I have a very hairy scrotum."
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