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Via Van Fred Finivata.com
9 peopleNew Delhi: Behind the edgier beards of footballers, the average Indian sportsperson sported moderate/fine facial hair measuring 32 to 38 centimeters for men and 19 to 25 centimeters for women, according to a study by a government body, leading dermatology experts and journalists.
Overall the average Indian sportsperson had clean or fair skin and used anti-aging creams on it, eyelash primers and hair overhauls, according to the study, conducted by the Indian Council of Medical Research.
Unlike the beneficial responses reported by the earlier research about the effects of facial hair for skin health, the new study says it contradicts what doctors have known for years.
“The older research has known that facial hair has an anti-aging effect on your skin and improves our overall appearance and even a skincare product also contains the acids that bind to the hair follicles and repel dirt and debris leaving your skin smoother,” said Professor R.K. Rangachari, ex-of the Indian Council of Medical Research, an expert on dermatology and the author of the new study.
“But recent research from larger scales found moderately dense-looking Indian men with a good amount of facial hair had a greater number of skin problems compared to the more all-rounder-looking women. All that is reversed now,” Rangachari said.
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