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Is there anyways I can improve facial hairs ?

Hi, I am 26 and my body has not grown .i mean i wont look as if i am 26.i have less facial hairs and also a body which is similar to a there anyways i can improve it??is there any hormone treatment???if any one knos plz reply..because this is affecting my personality in my jobs and other stuffs....please give me an urgent reply
Asked On : Sun, 6 Sep 2009
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  Anonymous's Response

you neet to join gym and do work ups for the good body. also i dontthink you eat well. consume one egg per day and chicken of 250 gms every alternate day along with what your eating now and do workouts in gym. your body also grows and the hair over the face also will grow. it will take 6 months for results to appear

Answered: Sun, 6 Sep 2009
  User's Response

Get face waxing done. it will reduce the growth of the facial hairs. Also you can get your face bleached to cover up the hairs. If you need to get it permanently removed you can undergo electrolysis

Answered: Mon, 7 Sep 2009
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