1) Congenital - DNA determines the color, hair texture and density.
2) Systemic - Hormonal imbalances and endocrine issues
3) Topical - Increased blood flow by stimulation (Waxing for example)
Each individual hair is continuously going through its own stages of growing (anagen), resting (catagen) and shedding (telogen).
Once a hair has shed on its own or been removed by the root, it takes 8-13 weeks for that exact same follicle to produce another hair. If it has been sooner than 8 weeks, it is an entirely different hair growing in a different cycle. Remember, not all your hair is visible at the same time.
Naturally distorted follicles occur on the underarms and bikini line. Distorted follicles are also found in people with naturally curly or wavy hair. Hairs can also become distorted when they are forcefully removed by the root. Distorted hairs will often become unmanageable and will grow in odd directions. They can also form ingrown hairs as they get trapped underneath the skin.
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