In addition, add some vitamin supplements to your diet, particularly B6, C and E. Some dermatologists also recommend taking biotin, nettle and flax seed oil. You should
consult your doctor about specifics of vitamin and supplement dosage, and NEVER try to take “megadoses” of vitamins, since some vitamins can be toxic to the system in overly large quantities.
You need to commit to your facial hair. Give it time to grow, and try to deal with symptoms like itching and discomfort caused as the hair grows. With time, the hair will
soften, and you can always use conditioners and lotions to help keep coarser hair soft and the skin free of irritation. And you have to accept the hair you have. If your facial hair allows you to grow a thick full
beard, so be it, but if there are areas that are sparse, look for facial hair styles that work with the pattern of hair growth you have.
Finally, it’s important that you don’t try to self-medicate or use medications (even over-the-counter varieties) in ways that are inconsistent with their intended dosing
and labeling. Many medications are usable on a variety of conditions and unless you know about potential side effects, you can do yourself more harm than good by ignoring the product warnings.