Shaving body hair does not make it grow back in thicker. It's a common misconception that shaving body hair will result in thicker, darker hair. Shaving removes hair from the surface and does not affect the hair follicle... More »

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Contrary to popular belief that shaving makes hair grow back thicker, the medical field has discredited this notion, claiming that shaving hair does not alter its thickness, growth rate or color. Some medical professiona... More »

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Nair does not make hair grow back thicker. There is a misconception that shaving or using hair removal creams causes hair to grow back thicker, but hair that is allowed to regrow comes back same texture and thickness as ... More »

If a person wants to grow armpit hair, he or she simply needs to stop shaving and allow the hair to grow naturally. For some people, this may take a few days and for other people it may take a few weeks. More »

Contrary to popular belief that shaving makes hair grow back thicker, the medical field has discredited this notion, claiming that shaving hair does not alter its thickness, growth rate or color. Some medical professiona... More »

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There is a misconception that shaving and tweezing cause hair to grow back thicker, but there is no scientific evidence that plucking upper lip hair causes the texture to change. Tweezing removes the hair from the root a... More »

Plucking gray hair does not make more grow in its place. That is a common myth, simply because only one hair is capable of growing out of one hair follicle. At most, just one other gray hair may grow back. More »