One of the most common questions I see asked across the internet is how do I grow my beard faster and fuller. Well, I’ve got some good news. To maximize your beard growth potential you’ve got to look both inside & outside your body.
Eat, Sleep, Exercise- Repeat!
Start by eating more foods that are rich in proteins like beans, eggs, and fish. Stress is a killer when it comes to hair growth, leading to hair loss in many men.
Reduce the stress in your life by exercising more and getting a full night’s sleep each night. Exercising will improve the circulation of the blood in the body, which will help to promote facial hair growth.
Use Beard Growth Products
It’s important that your Beard get’s the right type of Oils and Vitamins for Growth. Beard Growth Products like Oil, Balms & Roll On provide necessary vitamins & natural oils that add to the growth of the Beard from the root, all the way up. Start by applying these products directly on your skin for a few weeks, and once you get desired growth, reduce the usage.
Do Not Trim or Shave
Stay away from your Trimmer.
Yes you do need to keep the Beard in shape, do shave your neck and outline the cheeks, trim split ends, but never shave or trim the Beard due to itching. The process is difficult, but stick to it. You can moisturize your Beard with Oils, Balms & Creams. That will soothe the skin and stop itching.
Drink Water, LOTS!
Not only your body but also your beard needs enough water to grow faster and fuller. Although that sounds obvious, most men neglect it and don’t hydrate themselves properly.
Water, along with minerals, vitamins, and foods rich in proteins, is essential for your beard to grow faster. Opposite of that, insufficient water will cause your beard to grow slower.Without the right amount of water every day, the cells won’t regenerate as quickly as they should because they won’t receive the nutrients needed to do that.
The result is a coarser, drier beard that can’t grow fast as you want it to.
Smoking causes poor blood circulation. Similar to causing baldness, it also stops Beard Growth. The blood never reaches the cells. This way facial hair cells don’t get enough blood needed for healthy growth, and the result is a beard that grows slower or not at all.
And like that isn’t enough, smoking regularly can result in your beard turning grey prematurely. Combine that with your beard not growing fast enough, and you’ll think twice before smoking another cigarette if you want your beard to grow faster.