How long does it take for hair to grow back?
Before you find out more about hair growth, you need to learn some basics about this very body part. All hair, regardless of its locations, follows a cycle with three phases: anagen (growth), catagen (stagnation), and telogen (falling out). The entire process typically takes about 30 to 44 days, though it varies greatly from one person to another, depending on myriad factors.
For those who still wonder why some hairs grow much faster or slower than the hair on the other body parts, it’s likely due to the fact that the stages aren’t synchronized and some hairs stay in one phase longer than others.
How long does it take for facial hair to grow back?
For men wondering just how long does it take for hair to grow on your face, then you should know that a full beard can take 2 to 4 months to grow.
This is likely due to the fact that facial hair tends to grow between 0.3 and 0.5 millimeters (mm) every 24 hours. This works out to between one third and one half an inch per month.
Whether you shaved or waxed your beard before, you can expect the facial hair to grow in stages as we’ve mentioned before. Though your beard may grow faster and fuller in some areas at first, you may notice that the growth slows down after reaching a certain point in time.
This is why understanding about the stages of hair growth is important for you so that you can be patient with the process.
How long does it take for pubic hair to grow back?
Do you know that actually, facial hair, armpit hair, and pubic hair are all the same type of hair, called “terminal hair”? It starts growing as fine hair (vellus hair) and changes to a coarse hair once you hit a puberty. Terminal hair isn’t long (the longest would usually be less than 6 inches) as it sheds often.
Then, how long does it take for hair to grow back when it comes to the pubic region? On average, you can expect hair to take about a month to a month and a half to regrow back to 1/4-inch long.