One of the many common dreams young men have is to grow a decent beard.[…]
And if all else fails, there are medical alternatives, including surgical transplants. Speaking to LADbible, Dr Hair Loss Specialist and Transplant Surgeon at The Private Clinic of Harley Street, said: “The best advice I can give is to seek the advice of a specialist and to not take medication that has not been prescribed. Depending on the case, the doctor may recommend supplements for low DHT (a hormone related to hair growth) or to follow hormone therapy.
“Of note here is that there are no commercially available preparations of pure DHT, so hormone therapy consists of giving testosterone to raise DHT levels. In addition, some lifestyle measures are very effective at restoring hormone balance, such as getting enough exercise, weight loss, reduce or eliminate alcohol consumption and eat more healthy fats – i.e., nuts, seeds, coconut and olive oil…
“Capacity to grow a beard has nothing to do with manliness, virility or testosterone levels, it is a matter of genetics.”