How To Make Facial Hair Grow Faster And Fuller


Every guy might not want a full beard and mustache,  but most men want to be able to grow fast and thick facial hair when they do decide to have it.  The trouble is that not every guy has the capacity to grow facial hair that is full and thick.


Fortunately,  there are things you can do to help this along.  Read on to learn more about making your facial hair come in better in no time.

Why Men Want Facial Hair and Why It Looks Nice

Traditionally speaking,  facial hair for men gives a grizzly,  rugged look that can actually make men appear more manly.  Facial hair also makes men look older,  so often,  men who get called baby face or other names that denote they look young might grow their facial hair so that they appear older.


Taking Care of Your Health to Promote Facial Hair Growth

This may sound odd to some people,  but the growth of your hair actually has a lot to do with your overall health.  If you take care of your health,  you are much more likely to have fast and lush hair growth on your face.  So what can you do to improve your health? There are several things.

First off,  make sure that you are eating a balanced diet that is rich in vegetables,  fruits,  lean meats and whole grains.  Abstain from eating too many processed or packaged foods.

You should also be exercising on a regular basis.  Try to get in at least 4 or 5 basic 20 to 30 minute workouts each week.  In addition,  drink at least 70 ounces of water per day.  This will definitely help with hair growth as ample water and moisture in the hair follicles is necessary for hair to come in.

Finally,  supplement your diet with the proper vitamins and minerals.  Talk to your doctor about what exactly you should take in addition to a multivitamin.

For example,  some people need supplementary vitamin D while others lack calcium or iron.  Vitamins C,  E and B6 have been praised for their ability to help regrow hair in bald men,  so these might be some good ideas as well.

The best vitamin for improving hair growth anywhere on your body is biotin,  so if you want your hair to grow in better,  consider taking a daily dose of 2.5 mg of biotin every day for a few months.  You should definitely notice a difference.

Should You Try Rogaine to Improve Facial Hair Growth?

No,  you should not use Rogaine on your hair to promote and improve facial hair growth.  The key ingredient in Rogaine is minoxidil.  You will find this ingredient in other products that promote facial hair as well.

Although these products may help your face grow more hair at a faster pace,  they are not approved by the Federal Drug Administration or FDA yet,  so you should not use them.

Try a Mild Steroid Cream on Your Face

Even though you cannot use minoxidil or Rogaine on your face to promote hair growth,  you can use something else.  Surprisingly,  a mild steroid cream can actually do wonderful things for stimulating hair growth on your face.

Try a mild cream like one with 1 percent hydrocortisone.  This cream will help create a smooth and itch-free surface for your beard and mustache to grow in.

Manage Stress to Promote Healthy Hair Growth

Don’t forget,  your stress levels will greatly influence whether or not your hair comes in healthy and strong as well.  Doctors and nutritionists do not know for certain why this is,  but people who limit their stress and anxiety or at least manage it well tend to have the least amount of hair problems.

Both men and women who let their stresses get the best of them end up with thinning or balding heads.  This goes for facial hair too.  Men who fall victim to stress may notice their head hair and facial hair falling out at a rapid pace.

If you can find ways to manage your stress,  this hair loss will be much less likely to happen.

Finally,  remember that it might simply take patience and commitment to grow your facial hair.  At first,  it will take a while for your hairs to start showing up,  but if you refrain from shaving and only trim when necessary,  your facial hair is bound to grow in eventually.

In addition to that,  often people have certain patches of skin that grow hair faster than other patches.  For example,  the mustache and chin area of your face may grow hair very quickly and easily,  but your cheeks may not grow hair as well.

Sometimes,  it just takes patience to let all the areas of your face grow in with hair.  Use the advice found in this article to help yourself grow facial hair faster and stronger.

If you have any questions or thoughts,  please feel free to comment below.  I look forward to hearing from you.