If you’re a man, then one of the first things to worry about when it comes to your appearance is probably how thick or thin your beard is. No matter how well-groomed, stylishly dressed, or handsome you are – if your facial hair looks patchy and sparse then it can ruin an otherwise excellent appearance.
Invest in a high-quality beard oil.
Beard oil is the most important product you'll use to keep your beard soft, healthy, and full. It moisturises the skin below your beard, preventing dandruff and itchiness. While it's not a cure-all for all of these issues, it can help reduce them significantly.
For example: if you have an itchy beard from dryness or irritation—that's caused by ingrown hairs or clogged pores—beard oil will help with that. Also, many oils have essential oils that act as antiseptics to reduce ingrown hairs (not all products do this).
- A balanced diet will do wonders in helping you grow a fuller, healthier beard. Try eating plenty of protein, Vitamin C, and Omega-3 fatty acids (found in fish).
- Drink water consistently. Water helps keep your skin healthy and moisturised, which can help maintain the thickness of your beard hair.
Exfoliate your skin.
It helps remove dead skin cells and debris, leaving behind a fresh canvas for new growth. To exfoliate, you can use a rough washcloth or face scrubber with fine grains (like our All-Natural Face Scrub). You should exfoliate daily in the shower, but be sure that you don't rub too hard—you don't want to irritate your sensitive skin!
Find a barber you can trust.
You want a barber who is experienced in cutting and styling facial hair, and also someone who has good communication skills. You may have to ask around for recommendations from friends and family members who have had similar experiences at salons. When you find a potential candidate, don't be afraid to ask questions like: “How long have you been doing this?” or “What's your favourite style for beards?” Once you've selected a barber, schedule an initial consultation so they can take measurements of your face and determine which style would work best for it.
Talk to your doctor.
Yes, that's right. Your doctor. It may seem like an odd thing to do, but there are actually many reasons why you should talk to them about your concerns. First of all, it is important to find out if there is a medical reason for the thinness. If there is a medical reason and you are taking medications for it (like thinning hair), then it is likely that these medications could be helping the growth of your beard as well; therefore, you will want to make sure that those medications are doing their job properly without causing any side effects or complications with other parts of your body—a conversation with a doctor can help rule out any possible risks associated with using those particular drugs at this time in your life. Furthermore, if there isn't any evidence that points towards medication being responsible for thinning facial hair growth yet not causing any other health problems either (such as weight gain), then perhaps talking with an expert would be helpful before deciding whether or not taking antidepressants would be worth risking other parts of our health over something like having thicker facial hair growth instead?
If nothing comes up during these conversations that suggests medication might cause further complications beyond thinning facial hair growth already taking place due its use alone (which seems unlikely), then what next? Well! Then we need only focus on healthy lifestyle choices moving forward into order making sure everything else remains balanced too! This means eating well balanced meals throughout each day; exercising regularly so our bodies stay strong enough keep growing new cells every day even after puberty has ended once completely.
The best way to thicken your beard is with patience and a healthy lifestyle.
If you are one of the millions who suffer from thinning hair and want thick facial hair, there are a few things you can do to help thicken your beard. First and foremost, be patient. While it may take some time for your beard to grow in thicker, it will happen. Once it starts growing in thicker, it is important that you keep up with taking care of your body by eating right and exercising on a regular basis so as not to hinder its growth or cause health problems down the line due to poor lifestyle choices. You should also find a barber or stylist whose skills at shaping up facial hair will complement your face shape; if this person does not know how best to trim facial hair according to what type of cut suits each individual face shape best then ask for recommendations from friends who have had success with certain barbers/stylists before making an appointment with them yourself!
So, have you tried any of these methods for thickening your beard? If so, let us know about it in the comments section below! And if not, what do you think is the best way to grow thicker facial hair?