Many people have the doubt that whether shaving can help the hair grow faster and thicker. You might notice that the new hair grows after shaving seems thicker than before and it grows back very soon after the shaving. However, the truth is shaving cannot affect the hair growth. This is true regardless of whether you shave your head, legs, or armpits. Read on to find out the reason.
Does shaving make my hair grow back thicker?
When you shave, the hair is cut from the surface of the skin not the root and the hair is already thicker in the root area and thins to the end. So when it grow back, it does look thicker but it doesn’t mean it becomes thicker.
Some people have thick and dark hair while some have fine and light colored hair and this is determined by their genes. You will never see a person with fine light colored hair become having a full head of thick dark hair one day unless he or she is wearing a wig.
Does shaving make my hair grow back faster?
Shaving cannot help your hair grow back faster, your genes do. Different people have different rates for hair growth and for hair in different areas of your body. For example, armpit hair grows back 50 percent quicker than the hair on our legs. This is why if you shave both areas, you may shave your armpits more frequently than your legs.
Can shaving help my hair grow back in my bald area?
I believe we all know that the answer is undoubtedly no. Whether it is Male Pattern Baldness or Alopecia or Genetic Hair Loss, shaving can literally do none help to your hair. Shaving doesn’t help you get back your hair but we can.
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