According to a study in bearded men, there are more bacteria than a dog’s fur. Whether to keep a beard or not, it is always a question.
But since the millennium world has given the idea that beards are super cool, they have become fashionable as usual.
However, it may be time to take that blade and cut that black lawn from your face. Why?
A study conducted in Switzerland’s Hirschlanden Clinic determined that men’s beard contains more germs than the dog’s fur.
The objective of the researcher was to find out whether dogs and humans could be tested in the same MRI scanner. 18 bearded men and 30 sweet dogs were selected for study and the results showed that compared to 23 out of 30 dogs, all men had high microbial count.
He even compared the combined scanner used for microscopic calculation and study of a scanner used only by humans. The turn used by humans was higher in comparison to those used by bacteria and both dogs and people.
Study author Andreas Guttatz said,
On the basis of these findings, dogs can be considered cleaner than bearded men.
Another thing that they knew was that some bearded men had such high microbial count that they could get very sick.
Maybe it’s time to hit the barber.