No, there is not any medication to cause facial hair growth.
yeah sure if you want !! However, women's hormones affects the growth of facial hair (e.g. progesterone slower the growth facial hair growth), so normally you wont get the same thick facial hair that men have
Males experience greater facial hair growth. It usually starts around age 14 during the onset of puberty. Facial hair growth is accompanied by a lowered voice and pubic hair.
Shaving makes your facial hair grow longer and thicker.
goat blood and horse radish are known to increase facial hair growth
IIt definitely makes my facial hair grow more
you don't it doesn't affect hair growth
Honestly, no way.
Either a dermatologist (skin doctor) or an endocrinologist (hormone doctor) can advise regarding men's facial hair growth problems.
Genetics decide weather you have alot of facial hair or not.. It's testosterone levels in your body. Without testorone you wouldn't even be able to grow facial hair.
No it doesn't but it will stimulate your hair follicles because it Is made to make your hair grow. But it will increase the growth rate of your facial hair because your rubbing your face which is increasing the blood cirrulation in the hair follicles and stimulating the hairs resulting in increased growth rate of your facial hair.
Rogaine is a vasodilator which counteracts the constricting effect of DHT on the hair follicles. Since the effectiveness of Rogaine is not uniformly conclusive on regular hair growth, I would say it is unlikely that Rogaine would have any noticeable effect on facial hair growth. If you want thicker facial hair you need an androgenic supplement or testosterone booster.
No, I have a moustache, yet am very short for my age.
Beards are simply hair folicles, their growth is no different than your hair. However, women do not have the needed hormones in order to stimulate facial hair growth.