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Maintenance– To wash and clean a trimmer is truly a daunting task. The trimmers that allow easy cleaning are the ones that are preferred the most. Product maintenance is yet another factor that you need to study; this would definitely guide you towards a better product that lies within your budget.
I’ve been using kuza hair growth oil product. For like 7months now. Though I have some beard, but it doesn’t grow much faster and the way I want it. Still have some patches in some areas, like my side cheeks. While my jaw is full with like 3 to 4 inches thick grown beard. What can I do to make both cheeks to grow like my jaw?
It’s important to note that full beard maturity may not happen until your mid-twenties. It’s not just your brain that continues to develop into your mid-twenties—it’s your hormones as well. Simply put, you’re not fully baked until you’re in your mid-twenties, so you shouldn’t expect to physically appear as a full-grown adult male until then either.
We have an ongoing stream of customers asking about the difference between beard oil and utility balm, also commonly termed “beard balm”. Since the oil and the balm both moisturize your beard, which product works best for you?
It might sound obvious, but a diet high in protein, with less stress and more sleep can help you grow a faster beard. Stress is one of the contributing factors of hair loss, and will reverse the effects in men of any age. Protein gives your body the right nutrients to grow more hair, and sleep is the necessary time to put it all into place. Even drinking the recommended eight glasses of water a day will help keep the growth thick and healthy.
Scissors can be a valuable tool in your beard arsenal. They’re not for removing your beard or making huge adjustments on your own, but rather for trimming and shaping it up. We know that the first cut is the hardest, but after that just stick to your plan and you’ll be good to go. You may worry that home trimming won’t turn out well about halfway through, but you can always reshape it with your trimmers or get it touched up at the barbershop.
Tip: It may seem counterintuitive when you’re trying to grow your beard out, but you can use a beard trimmer to keep all your facial hair trimmed to a shorter length closer to your face, which will help make those sparse patches less apparent while they’re filling in.
Some oils are made exclusively out of one or two carrier oils or one essential oil, making them very simple, but effective and trustworthy. While some companies boast with huge labels of ingredients on the back of the bottle. The truth is that there is no simple rule of thumb to which one is better – it is up to you decide which one works best for you and which one you actually prefer.
There’s a common misconception that you should only use beard oil on a beard that’s already established. Those with barely there facial hair that are hoping to grow a beard shouldn’t be waiting for their facial hair to grow in before using beard oil. The right beard oil also makes great a great moisturizer, so begin nourishing those potential beard hairs that are growing beneath the skin now so they can grow in strong, moisturized, and healthy. Apply daily and repeat throughout the day as needed depending on your climate, environment, and activity level to grow and maintain a strong, conditioned beard.
There are a few studies that suggest there might be a connection between marijuana and increased beard growth, but not enough to be conclusive. So, I wouldn’t count on marijuana to increase facial hairs growth.
Beard oil is an easy to use beard moisturizer and conditioner that will moisturize the skin underneath your beard, soften facial hair and help create the conditions for healthy beard growth. Beard oil is especially helpful during the first six weeks of beard growth when itching can be a problem. If you have a naturally thick, long beard, you may find beard oil easier to work with than beard balm.
There has been a study suggesting that coconut oil prevents hair damage while promoting hair growth. This could conclusively mean that you could use it frequently to help you with beard growth since the facial hair damage would be reduced.
Essential oils are natural compounds found in seeds, stems, flowers — and almost every other part of a plant. When you squeeze an orange peel or lemon peel, for instance, the fragrant residue left behind contains essential oil. Essential oils are extremely potent to the nostrils and provide scent and additional health benefits to your beard oil. They have been used for thousands of years for their medicinal and therapeutic benefits, a few of which are listed below:
Basically, if you want to moisturize and nourish the beard, go for Beard Oil. If you want to moisturize, nourish, and have the hold to allow you to tame the fly-aways and shape the beard, go for Beard Balm. Personally, I use Beard Balm almost everyday and Beard Oil every couple days as a more intensive treatment. Together they work wonders and alone they are just as great, all a matter of personal preference.
Just because you have a beard doesn’t mean you can throw out your sharp objects. First of all, you might poke someone’s eye out just tossing those around. Razors or trimmers are still useful even after you’ve achieved your beard. They can line up your cheeks, trim your neck, or taper the sides if you’re confident in your handiwork. The tool you use can make more of a difference than you think.
The good folks at Balding Beards have created a site where manliness and beards thrive in harmony. It’s a great resource for information, tips, and products for facial hair, hair loss, personal grooming, and even manly entertainment. They focus on long, thorough articles, reviews and guides which are regularly updated.
Growing a beard can be one of life’s secret joys; even a token accomplishment. Not all men find it easy to grow plums of facial hair, but there are a few things you can do to help. While the rate and thickness of growth you produce will be dependent on your age and genetics, one thing all men lack is patience. This is how many men come to ask for advice on how to make your beard grow faster, as no one enjoys the itchy, fuzzy growing in phase. 
The manufacturer recommends those with nut allergies avoid this product or at the very least use caution while using it. The thing about allergies is that if you’re allergic to one thing in the nut family, you might be allergic to another, which is why they advise caution. If you have a nut allergy, simply go through the ingredient list and see if you already tolerate the ingredients well. When in doubt, ask your doctor or avoid. (Note that this isn’t a problem for people who don’t have nut allergies.)
A beard is the collection of hair that grows on the chin and cheeks of humans and some animals. In humans, usually only pubescent or adult males are able to grow beards. From an evolutionary viewpoint the beard is a part of the broader category of androgenic hair. It is a vestigial trait from a time when humans had hair on their face and entire body like the hair on gorillas. The evolutionary loss of hair is pronounced in some populations such as indigenous Americans and some east Asian populations, who have less facial hair, whereas people of European or South Asian ancestry and the Ainu have more facial hair.

One more thing sets utility balm apart from its oil-based cousin: versatility. Beard oil is fantastic for keeping the skin under your beard and your beard healthy, but utility balm was designed to use as a skin moisturizer, too. You can use it as a daily moisturizer, something to keep your tattoos bright, or you can save it for dryer months that require some extra TLC.
Thanks for your question! With a patchy beard, it’s important to be patient. And obviously, our hair growth is affected by our health, so good nutrition and drinking lots of water is important. Beyond that, be sure to use natural products on your face, because synthetic chemicals can damage hair. I’d recommend our Core Beard Kit. It has natural, moisturizing soap, and beard oil and beard balm to provide nourishment for the hair follicles that are forming beneath your skin. Be sure and massage the beard oil into your beard and skin twice a day. If you live in a cold, dry climate you may only want to wash your face/beard every other day to avoid leaching all the moisture from your skin and hair.
As often as you want, use a eucalyptus lotion. Massage the face. It promotes blood flow/hair growth. Give it a few days to a week you will see results. Don’t shave until you have let it grow at least 4 weeks. As far as girls, some like beards and some don’t. Its for you, its your face. Be proud of what you have and be confident. Don’t worry about others opinions.
Natural ingredients should always be considered because unless you’re allergic, they’re likely going to be kinder to your skin; sometimes synthetic ingredients can be drying to some while being fine for others, whereas natural elements often have a more or less predictable result.
That being said, there is one thing you have to be careful with: rinsing. After each step, make sure you got all the extra product off your beard, because otherwise, this will have the opposite effect: instead of getting softer, your beard will get dry and, thus, rougher.
In the 1160s Burchardus, the abbot of the Cistercian monastery of Bellevaux in the Franche-Comté, wrote a treatise on beards.[41] He regarded beards as appropriate for lay brothers but not for the priests among the monks.
Long story short, it’s the same as growing it as an adult. You just don’t shave. Put the razor down. Those of you who want a little more detail, it’s emotional and physical. Being a teenager is difficult. You’re wrapped around hundreds of other people. Even Eric dealt with it in high school, since he was a late bloomer, constantly analyzing himself for facial and body hair. It can be challenging to deal with at first, cause we all grow at different rates and hit puberty at different times. The hormones can take control of your life. They make you think about things that don’t make a lot of sense.
If you have insecurities about your physical appearance, and you want to step it up, then maybe you can find styles that fit your crappy beard. Here’s the thing, a patchy beard or one that grows in clumps, at a short length, you can still pull it off. You can pair together with the part that grows in thick. If you grow in a full mustache, keep that up and trim your beard to a short length. Highlight the parts of your beard that are your strengths, and stay away from the negative parts.
Once you hop out of the shower you’ll want to follow with your traditional beard care routine which should involve either a beard oil or Utility Balm. Read this article which goes into greater detail about how to use and apply beard oil. It helps keep your skin and beard moisturized, so the new hairs growing out of your face and through your skin don’t have to work as hard to break through. The harder they have to work the more irritation you’ll have. It’s ok to apply a couple times a day.
While you’ll find the perfect amount through trial and error, a good rule of thumb is a dime-sized puddle in your palm for beard oil and a fingertip-sized blob for beard balm. Another helpful hint is to think of it as (much classier) hair gel for your beard — while less will go further compared to gel, your face-hair will tell you when it’s nice and saturated much like your head-hair will.
Cool post! I am planning on growing out a beard so learning ways to groom it and ways to keep it healthy will really help down the road. I like how you said that “just like the hair on your head, your facial hair needs nourishment and moisture to grow healthy.”. I have never grown a beard before, but learning that coconut oil helps to keep it healthy and looking good will definitely come in handy when the beard starts to come in.
Once you reach the 4 – 6 week mark, then you can begin to shape and clean up the region as much as you like. Forget the old wives tale about trimming the hair makes it grow thicker and darker and faster.
I just put in membership for the dollar beard club by Uncut Beard Company. This is my first beard oil and mustache wax. I was wondering if you have used this brand before. How good a quality are they and how is the product compared to other major brands. They seemed to be the cheapest as to where a .5oz bottle of oil at just a healthy $dollar$! Any thoughts?
Long Battery Life: At 3 hours, this beard trimmer has a longer-lasting battery life than any other cordless trimmer we have reviewed. If that’s something that’s a priority for you, then this trimmer is definitely one to consider.
Beard growth rate is also genetic.[4] An individual’s genes determine the anagen phase of hair in different parts of the body. The anagen phase is the amount of time a hair follicle will grow before the hair falls out and is replaced by a new hair. This in turn determines the length of the hair on that part of the body.[5] The hairs of a bushy beard will have a relatively long anagen phase. The hairs of some men have shorter anagen phases and consequently have sparser shorter beards. The facial hair of most women and children has a very short anagen phase . Genes also determine whether the hair is a thick terminal hair like that of a bristle or a fine vellus hair like that on a child or womans face..
I am going through a difficult phase. Can anyone help me? The problem is that my beard is not growing properly. I have the thin beard this is really looking awkward. My friends have dense facial hair and that makes me feel depressed. I am not feeling confident nowadays. I am just trying to avoid the female friends with the fear that they will not find me attractive. I have tried many products, but that did not help me much. I am desperately looking for some help. Have you gone through this phase at some point in your life? If anyone has the same problem then please share with me and help me to come out of the situation. I am looking for your help.
My beard wont grow ive got some hair on my face but I just want it to grow faster and thicker. what is the best facial cleanser i can use. i know there are certain foods to help a beard grow faster what can i eat for beard growth
So, give your beard a proper shampooing and conditioning. Our motto in terms of hygiene is that there is no such thing as too clean. So don’t worry about washing your beard too often. Three times per week would be a fair number of times, if you ask us.
Comb your beard: You should comb your beard all over, even in places you usually neglect, and ensure it’s 100% tangle-free. Also, comb the hair into a single direction to ensure you get a nice, even trim.
Leven Rose Fragrance-Free Beard Oil is considered the top-selling beard oil out there (it has been featured in GQ) and is great for beard newbies and seasoned pros alike. It’s simple to use and soaks in quickly to take care of dry, coarse and out-of-control beard hair.
They also note that there’s a downside to being a testosterone-sensitive, beard-heavy guy—you’re more likely to go bald than your sparse-bearded not-so-testosterone-sensitive counterparts. So, if you have a thin beard and you’ve always worried about the same happening on your head, know that it’s not likely. Also, some patchy beards look damn good.
They note their products are made with only all natural ingredients and free of synthetic chemicals. The ingredients are listed; certified BFA organic Australian olive and Jojoba oil. They use a combination of essential oils like bay, rosemary, cedarwood, and lime. They also feature Kunzea oil to relieve beard itch and irritation. Overall a great combination resulting in a soft, itch-free beard.
Handmade wooden combs  on the other hand is more of a style then a need. They are formed from one solid block of wood or two pieces jointed together, and have their teeth sawed into them, then sanded down to be nice and smooth. They are going to cost more money, and they are going to be a special order item from a local wood worker. Expect to pay $75 and up for quality crafted item such a wood comb. The only place I know that has one always listed is Offerman’s Wood Shop. Its called a “Mustache Comb,” but I would definitely recommend it for someone with a long beard…also who wouldn’t want a product made by Nick Offerman’s shop?
It’s really quite simple to make your own beard oil with these ingredients. All you do is mix the various oils and you’re good to go. The key is to simply experiment with various combos and find what you like best based on scent and desired skin and hair benefits. Follow the basic steps below, then create your own recipes! I provide a few sample recipes, but the options are limited only by your imagination.
Dynamically engineered to tackle any facial hair style, the Series 5100 comes equipped with a powerful motor and double-sharpened blade system to cut more hairs with every pass, providing the best trim possible before scurrying out the door. The integrated hair lift comb smoothly guides users across their face to produce a skin-friendly trim that doesn’t chafe your moneymaker. Philips also bundles two clipping combs to complete your style and a cleaning brush for sanitising purposes.
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