Bee Pollen and Facial Hair?

by Alexis Barnes
(Shinnston, WV)

I have been taking Bee Pollen for five months to aid in weight loss and have had good results. However, I have noticed lately the facial hair on my face and neck is becoming thicker, longer, and more noticable. My question is: Could Bee Pollen be causing this to happen?

Angela's Comments:

Hi Alexis,
It is unlikely but it could be contributing. I would suggest stopping your consumption of bee pollen for the time being and observing if the issues slows or stops before continuing.

You might also consider a product called GlucoSmart which has been shown in studies to stop facial hair growth.

Bee healthy,

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