How To Grow A Beard For The First Time

At one point or another, you have wanted to or at least thought about growing a beard. Once thought of as a status symbol, you quickly realize that at any age you can grow a beard. Although genetics can play a significant role in what you achieve concerning beard growth, a few considerations can be taken into account so as to answer the question of how to grow a beard for the first time.

Growing A Beard


As with all things, the number one aspect is to be patient. Most beards take some tildldlkdlkdkdskdsme to grow. Some individuals may have a low tolerance patience level to wait. It is important to note that time is needed to achieve the desired outcome. Growing one’s beard is a journey that requires some patience.

Continuous Trimming

After having a clean shave to start the journey, another point is to trim your beard continually. This helps especially in combating patched growth as well as the thinness of the beard. Look for signs of stubble growing around your face. If the rate and length of stubble are similar from your chin sides, and upper lip, then you are ready to grow a beard.

Boost Your Testosterone Levels

Hair growth is generally associated with the hormone testosterone. Raising your levels of this hormone could aid in the growth of a beard. However, it is important to note that doing so will not produce quick results but will certainly improve the growth of hair.

• Regular exercise – Exercise is known to raise the levels of testosterone in the body. The focus should be on implementing strength training, high – intensity workouts ( such as those done by basketball and football athletes) and cardio.
• Increase in Vitamin D – This can be done either through supplements, intake of the vitamin through juice and fruits such as oranges or by simply getting more sunlight on the body( skin cells naturally convert sunlight into vitamin D).

Take Care Of The Skin And Manage Itchiness

ldsllddldlslldlddslDuring the period of attempting to grow a beard, it is important to take care of your skin. Visit a dermatologist to assess any potential signs or problems that may hinder your beard growth. Also, use moisturizer for the itchiness associated with growing a beard. This should last for only about a month until the beard softens.

Growing a beard takes time and patience, but with the above considerations, however, you could be well on your way to growing a full beard.

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