6 Ways To Naturally Grow Your Beard Faster


Follow these men grooming guide to grow a thick beard in no time at all:

1. Take care of yourself

Do not stress because stress can be a reason for hair loss in many men. Reduce your stress by exercising and proper sleep. Exercise helps improve blood circulation in the body which in turn helps the growth of facial hair. Follow a healthy eating habit. Include proteins, nuts and seeds, fruit and lots of greens in your diet. Do not forget to drink lots of water.

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3. Commit to the process

Many men struggle to grow a beard because they lack commitment. They give up probably just when progress is being made. While trying to grow a beard there will be a point where you will feel itchy and, keep scratching day and night. Many shave off at this point. But if you are serious about growing a beard, you need to allow it to grow for at least four weeks.

4. Beard oils

Oiling helps you maintain your beards excellently. If you are serious about growing your beard, start applying beard oil from the first day itself. Eucalyptus oil works wonders for beards. Mix it with a moisturizer and apply it on your beard. This helps the beard grow faster. There are different brands selling beard oils. You can check out what works for you. Amla oil is also said to make beards grow faster.

5. Comb your beard daily

Your beard will get tangled if it is long. Later when you try to entangle it, there might be boils and puss. To avoid this comb your beard daily. Stop picking your beard hair too. Constantly plucking your beard might result in your loss of facial hair and unnatural patchiness.

6. Trim your beard

It is a well-known fact that if you trim the hair it grows faster. Keep an eye on ingrown hairs. Beard does not grow uniformly if there are ingrown hairs on the face. But that does not mean you should trim it often. Groom it after a minimum of six weeks after it has become fully grown.

We hope these tips help you grow your beard faster. Be sure to read the label of the products in case of previous allergies. Consult your dermatologist for the same. Also, consult a nutritionist for diet regulation.

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