Struggling to grow decent facial hair? Is there a way to help stimulate the facial hair follicles, without spending a fortune on surgery, in order to achieve a full and luscious beard?
The beard trend is hot and it's getting hotter by the day, so naturally, many guys are sporting beards of all shapes, styles and lengths. But what about the rest of us who just can't seem to grow the beard we are longing for? Here are a few non-surgical tips that seem to be working for many men around the world, and they might even help you on your journey to get more facial fuzz.
Wash & Exfoliate your facial skin regularly
Well, it's not rocket science, in fact, it's plain common sense that taking good care of your facial skin will leave your over all condition and pores in a better position to generate hair growth. Exfoliating with a good face scrub (use no more than three times a week) and washing daily with a face wash, will rid your face of dead skin cells and open up your pores, helping stimulate follicles, paving the way for hair growth.
Although your facial hair pattern is based on your genetics, there is no reason to suggest that potent herbal supplements and vitamins can't help you generate extra beard growth. Many guys have reported excellent results in their facial hair growth after taking specific vitamins that are safe and effective. Try avoiding 'beard growth' supplements such as Beardilizer and Beardboost, in favour of individual vitamins such as Biotin and Folic Acid. This will save you money and will be far more effective.
We would always advice you to speak to your doctor before using a liquid base formula like Minoxidil, especially if you are going to use it on your facial skin. Minoxidil was created for hair loss on the scalp, but many guys have reported great results from using it on their face. However, with Minoxidil comes potential side-effects, therefore you should always seek safer alternatives - after all, your health is more important than your beard. Hair follicle simulators such as Biotin liquid, Collagen and Jamaican Black Caster Oil are popular facial hair boosters that can also be very beneficial to your skin. Apply this trio of products on a daily basis for the best possible results.
Derma Roller time
It's a long shot, but according to some guys across the internet, many excellent facial hair gains have been had from using a derma roller, just twice a week. A derma roller pricks tiny holes in your skin, forcing the skin to react by producing collagen, which in turn, can lead to the development of new and healthy facial hair. Please see our article 'Can The Dermaroller Stimulate Hair Growth?', to get a clearer understanding about this device.
With a better diet and more exercise comes better hair. Forget testosterone boosters and all that nonsense, because if you really want to grow the healthiest beard possible, make sure you eat plenty of lean protein and vegetables. Plenty of endurance training and muscle building will naturally increase your testosterone, and pave the way for healthy, stronger, thicker beard growth.