Tips & Tricks To Grow A Beard

Tips & Tricks To Grow A Beard

Growing a beard can literally change your life. That’s a fact! Not only does it look good but it gives you confidence as well. What is the question – how long does it take to grow a beard or what does it take to grow a beard? You’re going to learn tips & tricks to grow a beard:

Whatever your question may be, all I know at the moment is you want to grow a beard. Right? You want a full bomb beard that connects all round. You might think growing a beard is as easy as just not shaving – I mean for some it is due to hair genetics but for most not as easy.

Let your facial hair grow for at least 2 months without shaving it – it might grow patchy, weird or full? You will never know unless you try. There is no such thing as I can’t grow a beard. Yes you can – but it will need maintenance, patience and lots of love.

Below I’m going to give you tips that will make your beard healthy, full, soft and way more flattering.

Keep the skin underneath very clean. Cleaning your skin will promote facial hair growth, hair won’t grow if the skin isn’t well taken care of or has acne. Your beard will grow whole heartedly and fast when the skin is clean. Exfoliate twice a week for the best results.

Eat healthy food – food with vitamins and nutrients will promote facial hair growth.

Be patient – Patience is very important. Your beard will not grow overnight or as fast/slow as someone else. Everyone’s beard will grow at their own pace so patience is key.

Oil massage – Everyone knows that oil massages are the very best. Oils stimulate growth and improve blood circulation. You can use essential oils or beard oil.

Facial hair grows in 5 different areas:

Moustache – This is the hair that grows on top of your upper lip.

The goatee –   The hair that grows on your chin.

The jazz dot – This is the hair below your bottom lip.

The side burns – This is the hair above the jawline that expands to the cheeks.

The neck – All the hair that grows underneath the jawline.

Facial hair rarely grows in a uniform manner, it starts to be noticeable from about 2 – 6 weeks. It’s very natural for the beard to be patchy and not connected all around at this point.

Factors that affect beard growth


Males start growing a beard at the age of 13. In school there is always that one boy with a full beard and another with literally nothing. Your beard growth will vary because of your age, usually beards grow the most between the ages of 25 and 35. As you get older your beard growth slows down.


The type of beard you will grow is tied to your genes. The beard you will grow – for instance, the colour or length will come from your ancestors. You might not grow the same beard as your father, brother or grandfather but genetics plays an important role in beard growth.


Testosterone is a male sex hormone that promotes male reproductive tissues, increased muscle and body hair growth. Higher levels of testosterone give you a better chance of growing facial and body hair.


Exercise and weight training enhances testosterone levels. Exercises like push-ups, squats, deadlifts, pull-ups and chest presses will all boost your testosterone. If you have never done weight lifting, it would be a good idea to get a trainer to help you so you don’t injure yourself.


Tobacco has a lot of health hazards but did you know that smoking may lead to hair loss? – This is not just the hair on your head but facial hair as well. You want to grow your beard? Put down those cigarettes for good.

What to eat for beard growth

Sweet potatoes – They are high in beta-carotene which converts into vitamin A can leads to cell growth. 

Cinnamon – This promotes oxygen to hair follicles which then increases hair growth. Do not try to swallow it like that, sprinkle some cinnamon to food to add sweetness – just a little bit goes a long way.

Biotin rich foods – Foods such as liver, bananas, mushrooms, and peanuts have biotin. Biotin is a water soluble vitamin from the Vitamin B family and converts nutrients into energy which boots the health of hair, nail and skin health.

Spinach – It is loaded in antioxidants and nutrients. Spinach is high in iron, magnesium, manganese, vitamins A, C and K. Everything you need to grow a healthy beard – it can be taken raw, sautéed or made into a smoothie.

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