November is just around the corner and we know what that means, No Shave November! Yes that’s right, so get ready men and let that beard grow wildly for a whole month. Unfortunately, for some men, growing beard is not easy, but don’t worry we are going to help you sprout a beautiful beard with these 5 amazing tips so that you could also display your manliness confidently.
- Don’t Shave
You read that right! Throw away your blade if you are serious about growing beard. Let the hair grow in all direction for the first 30 days so that you can judge the shape in which your beard is growing. You can trim it just a bit using a scissor, but employing a shaving machine or razor to do anything more than this is definitely not recommended.
- Keep Your Skin Clean
Always keep your skin clean and healthy. Exfoliate it once a week to remove any dead cells to improve hair growth. Use scrubs and exfoliants that are specifically made for men for better and quicker results. Men’s skin is oilier than women, so make sure to wash your face regularly to keep it oil and dirt free.
- Eat Lots of Proteins
You need to take care of your diet too in order to stimulate hair growth. It is a clinically proven fact that eating protein rich food helps growing a beard faster. Include beans, fish and eggs in your diet if you want a beard to grow quick. Fruits and vegetables also provide the essential minerals needed for hair growth.
- Buy A Moisturizer with Eucalyptus
Eucalyptus is also known to improve the hair growth. So next time you buy a moisturizer, check to see if it has eucalyptus. Keep your skin well moisturized and clean to help the beard grow faster.
- Be Patient
And last; have both patience and tolerance. Commit yourself to grow beard and stick to it as this process is not going to be easy. As mentioned before, it takes around 30 days to grow a good beard, but for men who have problems growing facial hair, it can take even longer. Do not fall for the myth that shaving regularly helps to make a beard thick and grow quickly. Make a promise to yourself and do not cut the beard; remember patience is the key.