Some men are blessed with fast-growing facial hair, while others may struggle with slow-growing or patchy whiskers. The rate that your facial hair grows depends mostly on genetics, but if you are anxious for your beard to come in, there are a few tricks you can try to maximize growth rate and fullness.
Exfoliate your skin once a week:
Use a scrub or a skin exfoliant specifically marketed for men. Removing dead skin cells will stimulate new hair growth.
Keep your skin clean:
Wash it with warm water and a mild cleanser every morning and evening. Clean skin encourages small hair to grow.
Use a cream or moisturizer with eucalyptus:
Products with eucalyptus are useful in helping hair grow more quickly on your face.
Taking Care of Your Body:
The reason why it is so important to take care of the body is that your facial hair condition is in direct relation to the health of the body.
Committing to the Process:
One of the reasons many men struggle to grow a beard quickly is they often give up just at the point where progress is being made.
Remove any flaky or dry skin:
Moisturized skin creates a better environment for facial hair to grow quickly, which will encourage beard development.
Sleep will help your damaged skin cells repair themselves and promote beard growth.
Manage stress in healthy ways:
Beards will grow more quickly when you are relaxed, and many beauty and health experts believe hair reveals stress. Exercise improves blood circulation to the face, which will promote hair growth.
Food items which help to grow a beard:
Proteins- Egg, Fish, Beans, Milk, Cheese
Nuts/ Seeds- Almonds, Walnuts, Peanuts, Cashews, Sunflower seed
Fruits- Apples, Orange, Lemon, Kiwis, Pomegranate, Pineapple, Papayas
Vegetables- Cabbage, Spinach, Broccoli