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How to Grow a Thick Beard Fast

man-with-beardA thick beard or mustache is a time-honored mark of maturity and masculinity. Unfortunately, some men’s facial hair does not grow as expected. Such men are often at the center of jokes. Although your genes could be the reason your facial hair is thinning or not growing, you can still grow the beard you deserve. Here are proven ways to fix a slow and patchy beard.

Good Grooming

You can increase facial hair growth by observing basic hygiene practices. You should clean and stimulate your hair follicles by washing, massaging and shaving your beard. Wash your face with a moisturizing soap. You can also use a moisturizing shampoo about three days a week. You can also massage your face ten minutes twice daily. Regular shaving of the beard can also stimulate your follicles for new growth and thicker hair.

Keeping your Facial Hair Healthy

You can keep your facial hair healthy by:
Eating More Vitamins- Best vitamins for hair growth are vitamin B7 (Biotin) and vitamins A, C, E, B5, B3 and B9. These vitamins are available in food and supplements.

Using Helpful Product- You can, for instance, get help from products with eucalyptus as well as Rogaine. Although you can buy Rogaine in your local pharmacy, talk to your doctor before using it.

Get Enough Sleep and Manage Stress- There is scientific evidence that losing sleep can slow down beard growth. Sleep for at least six hours every day. Stress has an effect on your immune system that in turn has an effect on hair growth.

Consult Your Doctor

Your doctor can further advise on whether you need medical help. Available medical interventions are:

Testosterone Therapy- Typically done through topical applications, oral ingestions or injections of the masculine hormone.

Plastic Surgery- A hair transplant procedure can help solve the problem.

A healthy beard can help you look good and feel good too. If your facial hair is not responding to grooming and helpful products, consult your physician. Your doctor can help establish and fix the cause of the problem.

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