Do Testosterone Boosters Help Grow Facial Hair?
Yes. Testosterone boosters promote growth of facial hair. There are two possible sources of testosterone in the body. These sources are your adrenal gland found in your brain, and the other is your gonads. Gonads refer to ovaries for female and testis for male.
DHEA, Dehydroepiandrosterone, is a precursor hormone produced by the adrenal gland that can be converted to testosterone for male and estrogen for female. These precursors mainly dictate the “male” or “female” characteristic that an individual will have.
Male characteristics that DHEA can affect are facial and body hair, bone density and growth and voice. Bone density is evident in jawbones and shoulders. Compare several pictures of bodybuilders and pay close attention to their jawbone and shoulders. You can easily notice the sharp edges of their jawbone and how wide their shoulders are.
DHEA also affect facial and body hair. The relationship between DHEA and facial or body hair is not clearly defined though; Having more facial hair, will mean that you have produced a lot of DHEA but having a lot of DHEA will not necessarily mean that you will have more facial hair.
DHEA also affect male’s voice. And this is also not clearly defined. Deep voice is evident during a male’s puberty stage where DHEA level is known to be the highest but having high DHEA will not mean that you will have a deeper voice.