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A man’s beard starts to grow slowly during puberty. It’s impossible to predict whether it will end up being thick and full or not. It can be many years until a beard finally achieves its ultimate shape and maximum potential growth.
Beard thickness can increase over time, but it can also decrease. For many men, hair loss in the beard is very distressing. After all, a healthy-looking, dapper beard is on trend right now, and even serves as a status symbol.
In rare cases, circular bald patches can appear in a man’s beard. This can be quite upsetting. These patches can be caused by acne scars, for example, or in some cases by alopecia barbae.