While many people commonly believe that shaving makes body hair grow thicker, the truth is that it does not. According to Everyday Health expert dermatologist Dr. Jessica Wu, body hair is dead and cannot be affected by s... More »

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Foods rich in the antioxidant selenium, such as eggs, crab, chicken and liver, can help prevent hair loss and make the hair healthier and thicker. Just eight to 10 Brazil nuts alone have around 800 percent of the daily r... More »

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To make your hair look thicker, wash your hair with a volumizing shampoo and conditioner, apply a styling mousse, and blow dry your hair with a round brush. To maintain the thicker look, sleep with your hair in a high po... More »

There is no scientific proof that shaving makes facial hair either thicker or darker. This is a myth believed by many people, but there are some reasons why this belief is so pervasive. More »

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Shaving your arms, as with shaving other body parts, will temporarily remove body hair in probably the quickest and most comfortable way, and, as with other hair removal methods, shaving will allow hair to grow back natu... More »

A 1928 study found that there is no evidence that shaving accelerates the rate of hair growth. This directly compared the rate of hair regrowth among shavers and those that let their hair grow naturally. More »

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Unwanted body hair can be removed in a variety of ways, including tweezing, shaving, waxing, laser hair removal, depilatory creams and electrolysis. Each of these methods varies in cost, and each has different benefits a... More »

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