As a teenager, boys are pressured to find their manliness. Many times, an easy way of showing that maturity is through their look, and a common practice for that is to grow out a beard. Unfortunately, beard growth is mostly genetic, and if your father doesn’t have a full face of hair, it will be similar for you. But growing a beard may still be possible, and you can maximize your potential of achieving a lovely face mane with a few methods.
Shave Your Face in Regular Intervals
It is a myth that shaving your beard makes it grow back faster, but that is not what is being advocated. Shaving your beard at regular intervals will make sure the tip of your new batch of beard will be less peach fuzz, and as thick as the roots of your last length of hair.
Facial Massage for Stimulation of Hair
You need to give your beard a steady blood flow for it to grow, that is an undeniable fact that isn’t thought about. But why? Well, to stimulate hair growth, the hair follicle needs the proper nutrient and oxygen supply to guarantee that it will indeed grow, but how do you promote that? You don’t need to go to a massage parlor, but a regular facial massage certainly helps. All you need to do is rub your cheek area and move it down towards the jaw and chin area. This will increase the blood flow to those areas, thus increasing the nutrient and oxygen supply to the hair follicles.
Using Hair Oil to Promote Growth
Many people fool themselves into buying overpriced hair oil that is promised to help grow your beard, with little to know results. But some oils do help promote beard growth when it is applied. Castor oil, almond oil, and coconut oil are proven to help nourish the hair follicles and maintain an environment that makes for the optimal settings for beard growth. The best thing is that these oils can be supplemented with your facial massages to do double the work in half the time. Many beard oils that tend to work use these oils in their ingredients, but you can buy them on their own for far cheaper.