Most people believe, shaved hair can make hair grow faster, black and thick. Really?
According to skin experts MayoClinic, Lawrence E. Gibson, M.D., that assumption is wrong. “Shaving is not going to change the thickness or color of hair,” he said.
5 Photos Gallery of: Supercuts Hair Make More Thick and Black?
Color, location, thickness and length of hair on the body is generally dependent on the genetic and hormonal. After shaving, it’s usually the rough, look thicker and black. “Though not true,” said Gibson.
Supercuts Hair Make More Thick and Black?
In fact if the hair grow thicker on the face or body, immediately consult a doctor. Because the number of treatments, such as polycystic ovary syndrome and Cushing’s disease can make hair grow thicker than usual.
The drugs can also cause changes in hair growth, including:
– Hormonal treatment, including the use of danazol for the treatment of endometriosis
– Cyclosporine (Neoral, Gengraf), used after organ transplantation to prevent rejection
– Minoxidil, used to treat severe high blood pressure.