How to Grow a Beard Faster

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You can hydrate your beard faster by drinking more water. According to the U.S. National Academies of Sciences you should drink at least 15.5 cups of water per day. This habit is easy to create but often gets neglected. To avoid falling into this trap keep a bottle of water handy and set an alarm to remind yourself to drink more water throughout the day. There are also mobile applications available that will remind you to stay hydrated. A healthy night’s sleep is also essential for growing a beard faster.

The Three Stages of Beard Growth

Once you have reached the third stage of the beard growth cycle you may wonder what to do next. While the first two phases of beard growth are the most crucial for maintaining the look of your beard the third phase can be difficult for men to endure. Not only will your beard look uneven and patchy but it might also be irritated by new hair growth. It might also look a little like your neighbor’s lawn. But don’t worry because this phase will fade. You can still shape your beard and create the look of your choice with proper styling.

The first stage of beard growth is called the anagen phase. This is the stage in which hair begins to grow and stretches out from the scalp. This growth phase lasts between two to four months depending on the hair type and genetics. After the anagen phase hair enters the catagen stage which causes the compartments within the follicle to shrink and allow the hair to undergo evolutionary processes. The second stage of beard growth is called the catagen phase and it usually lasts two to three weeks.

The Best Way to Make Your Beard Grow Faster

If you’re looking for ways to make your beard grow faster you can start by improving your diet. While your diet won’t directly increase the amount of hair on your face it can make it look healthier and shinier. Eat foods high in protein and iron as well as zinc and whole grains. Include foods that contain vitamins A B and C. Eat plenty of fruits too!

Another popular method for growing beards is to use beard products and supplements. However these products are only good for maintaining your current beard and will not increase its thickness. Using a beard shampoo and conditioner is not enough to achieve the desired results. A healthy lifestyle is the best way to promote faster growth. Keep in mind that your beard growth rate will vary by individual so don’t use a product that promises quick results.

How to Maintain Your Beard Growth

A well-groomed beard is not an accident. While some guys may grow their beards instinctively other men will find it more difficult to grow them. It takes patience strategy and trial-and-error. Here are some tips to help you grow your beard faster. The first thing to do is to wash and style your scruff daily. Be sure to use a beard wash to keep it clean.

Another way to encourage beard growth is to moisturize your skin. If you have dry skin apply a moisturizing cream that has eucalyptus in it. Using a moisturizing cream with biotin will help your beard grow faster. Also avoid getting ingrown hairs. Ingrown hair is when a shaved or tweezed hair grows back into your skin. This causes inflammation and can prevent your beard from growing evenly.

How to Prevent Beard Loss

A good diet is the key to healthy hair and that includes your beard. Foods rich in protein can help you grow your scruff faster as protein is an essential part of hair. Meat fish and eggs are all excellent sources of protein as is soy quinoa and chia seeds. Additionally your beard needs a balance of fats oils and nutrients to keep it looking great.

To prevent ingrown hairs exfoliate your beard regularly. Regular exfoliation helps prevent ingrown hairs which are unsightly flakes that can lead to irritation. Keeping your beard moisturized can also prevent them. Make sure to use moisturizer at least once a day and use SPF 30 or higher sunscreen to protect your face from the sun. However if you find this method uncomfortable you should discontinue it.

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Grooming your beard is a must if you're growing one - I learned that from personal experience.
So let me share with you what I learned in the past 3 years since I started growing my beard...

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