For many men, growing a solid beard is one of their ultimate goals. There’s nothing that defines aesthetic masculinity than a luscious, thick beard. However, some feel that this goal is more difficult than others. Don’t fall for scams – use these fool-proof tips instead.
For first time growers, let your beard grow without trimming or shaping for at least 4-6 weeks. That shows you your full beard potential.
Remember that what you put inside affects what goes on with the outside. Aka, eat your nutrients and take your vitamins! Eat lots of lean meat, eggs, fish, and nuts, with protein supplements if desired.
Don’t slack on sleep and workouts. You need testosterone for hair and follicle growth and a healthy lifestyle keeps levels high. Strength trainings a big part of that as well.
Post-shower, dry your beard and brush it with a boar’s hair brush, offering a strong brush. Brush it in the direction you want it to grow. It also cleans you facial hair of extra oil and dust.
Apply a nourishing beard oil which moisturizes hair and the follicles, facilitating strength and growth. This is especially help fun during the itchy stage.
Owning your patchiness can be hard – if you still feel like hiding it, you can do a beard combover, worst case scenario, and use a wax or balm applied to hair closest to the patch.
Keep your edges and sideburns clean. A messy beard in the outer age makes you look like a homeless dude quick. Take care of strays, especially by the jawline and corners of beard, especially with curlier hair.
Exfoliate your skin once a week. This stimulates growth, gets rid of dead cells, and keeps it fresh. Before your do, wash the skin with a mild cleanser and warm water.
Use products with the ingredient eucalyptus. This promotes facial hair growth and also smells amazing. It can being the form of moisturizer or oil.