I need some advice. I am 34 years old and have some chest hair but its slow growing. I have heard that shaving your chest hair will help it grow back thicker but does that actually work? Basicallylike I said I have some chest hair but I figured by now I'd have more. Is there anything I can do to grow more chest hair? What actually works, what doesn't?
Shaving doesn't make hair grow thicker or faster. It "feels" thicker when it first grows back in because it is short and sticks up more. Once it is normal length it feels like it's normal texture. As for growing more hair, never heard of a method but would love thicker chest hair myself. Guess we will have to wait for hair cloning and get cloned hair implants!
I wonder if that laser comb would do anything?????
Sorry to take so long to reply. I actually asked my dr about it at my last visit. He says that most of it is heredity and that by my age men have most of the body hair they are going to get but he is referring me to an endocrinologist to see if there is something they can do. I will keep you posted on whaat I find out.
OK, went to the endocrynologist on Wednesday and he made me feel a lot better by saying that he didn't think I had any serious problems or anything and some men just don't have a lot of chest hair. I asked him about the testosterone cream and he said that there was a cream he could prescribe and I might grow some additional hair possibly but he could almost guarentee it would cause testicular shrinkage. NO THANKS!! I think I'll just keep what I have and not worry about it. Thanks for all the support and advice.
Men are expected to have chest hair, by women and by men; its a sign of man-hood. It's an expectation. I don't have any and it makes me feel inferior. I WISH there was something I could do to have chest hair.