Growing out a Beard Fast – No Patches?
Here are a few tips that will help you on your journey to growing a full beard.
Genetics play a pretty big role in your final results. For the most part guys don’t experience facial hair growth until they hit puberty. Puberty is when your body makes the transition from adolescence to adulthood and begins producing certain hormones. The hormonal changes that come with puberty is what you’ll need to start growing a full beard. Most men begin puberty around the age of 14, although it can start as early as age 9. The hormone that is responsible for promoting facial hair growth in men is called testosterone. Once your body begins producing that hormone, you can then expect body hair such as pubic hair and facial hair to grow on your body.
That being said, if you have been through puberty already, then you can expect to grow some facial hair however, the amount of facial hair you grow after going through puberty is determined by your genetics and age. I personally didn’t begin growing a full beard until the age of 24. At 23 I kept my face shaved clean because my beard grew patchy like the picture you see there.
Get Your T levels up
When we say T we mean Testosterone, the male sex hormone. This hormone is very important in helping you gain the manly trait of facial hair. One way to naturally raise your testosterone levels is by working out. You can do this by hitting the gym and lifting weights or by doing cardio. Also you should stay away from estrogen, the female sex hormone because that will inhibit your ability to grow body hair. Foods products that contain soy (ie: soy milk, tofu , etc..) should be limited in your diet.
Stimulate your follicles
This sounds weird, but stimulating your hair follicles through combing (or brushing if it’s too short to comb) has been proven to promote growth in some people. If you brush/comb your beard occasionally during your growth journey, it may help you. This stimulation of the hair follicles is said to help facilitate growth by spreading the natural oils more evenly.
Invest in a good all natural hair oil.The oil will help stimulate the hair follicles by adding extra nutrients to them which will in return facilitate more beard growth. To use it just apply a small amount of the conditioner to your fingers and rub it into the desired areas. Black Jamaican castor oil is what I like to use on my beard.
If you still feel like your beard isn’t growing the way you want it to you may have to cut it. Although this sounds scary, allow your beard to grow to its cap length and then shave it completely off to train your hair to produce longer and thicker follicles. If you are afraid to shave you can always just trim the hair down with some electric trimmers but shaving is the more effective way. As the saying goes, high risk, high reward. Early age 24 is what you see in the picture aside. My beard grew in almost fully with only one patch. As time went on my beard began to grow thicker each month and the patches became smaller and smaller. All it took was patience
Hopefully these tips helped and you can be on your way to having the long and full beard of your dreams. Please check out the 3WP Crown and Beard Brush if you are looking for a tool that you can use to groom and style your facial hair. The 3WP C&B Brush is the perfect traveling beard brush.
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