Shaving is the process of removing hair, which can cause discomfort for some people.
But new research suggests it is a good way to lose fat and keep the appearance of a healthy, lean body.
In a study of the health effects of facial hair removal, researchers found that men who shaved off their hair as they grew older lost significantly more body fat than men who did not shave.
According to the study, conducted by the Department of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Chicago, the men who were given a facial shave lost more body weight than the men with no facial hair.
Dr. Eran Katz of the Department on the Department’s Veterinary Medicine told The Associated Press that it’s not uncommon for people to think about shaving their faces, but they tend to shave it out in favor of a thicker beard.
Katz said this was because facial hair is a sign of aging and not a sign that someone has bad skin.
While shaving may be a good thing, Katz said that facial hair does not necessarily have to be a sign a person is unhealthy.
For example, a healthy beard may be more attractive than a thin beard, and it may not necessarily be healthier to shave your face than your body.
The study was published in the journal Dermatology International.