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How to grow beard easily without beard oil

How to grow beard easily without beard oil


For men, beards stand for masculinity, so a fully grown moustache and beard is a source of great pride. That is probably why ‘grow beard faster’ is one of the most popular search phrases on Google. We try and decode facial hair growth and list some ways to make your beard grow faster, naturally.

Tip No #1: Exfoliate your skin once a week. This will help remove dead cells and stimulate hair growth.

Tip No #2: Wash your skin with warm water using a mild cleanser twice a day. Clean skin accelerates hair growth.

Tip No #3: Eucalyptus helps promote facial hair growth, so use a moisturiser with eucalyptus as the main ingredient and massage it on your face to grow your beard faster.

Tip No #4: Make sure you sleep well as this will help repair damaged skin cells and promote beard growth.

Tip No #5: Certain vitamins and minerals help increase the speed at which facial hair grows. Include Vitamins A, B, C and E in your diet as they speed up the hair growth process.

Tip No#6: Keep a tab on ingrown hair; beards usually don’t grow evenly if there are ingrown hairs on your face.

Tip No#7: Take 2.5 mg of biotin every day to help your beard grow faster.

Tip No #8: Beards will grow more quickly when you are relaxed, and many beauty and health experts believe hair reveals stress. Manage stress in healthy ways through meditation and yoga for better results.

Tip No #9: Increase the amount of protein in your diet. The protein found in meat, fish, eggs and nuts will help the hair on your face grow quicker.

Tip No #10: Refrain from shaping or trimming your hair very often. Groom your beard only after six weeks when it is full grown.

Tip No #11: Facial massage improves blood circulation to the face, which will stimulate new hair growth.

Tip No #12: The popular logic that shaving every day makes beards grow faster is a myth. There is no scientific research to prove it.

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