You can thicken your beard through proper care of facial hair. Here's how:
Massage your face to stimulate hair follicles.
Massage your face to stimulate hair follicles.
Do it gently, and don't overdo it. Rubbing too hard can irritate your skin, which can make it more sensitive in general--not good news for a beard-growing process that requires massaging!
If you have sensitive skin or find that massaging makes your face red and inflamed, try using a gentle moisturizer instead of rubbing directly on top of the skin (this will help to soften up the hairs before they reach their final length).
Cleanse and exfoliate your skin to remove debris and dead skin cells.
A good beard starts with a clean and healthy face. You can't grow thick facial hair if you have clogged pores, ingrown hairs or rough patches of skin.
Cleanse your skin with a soft cloth or gentle exfoliant to remove debris and dead skin cells. Don't use harsh products that can irritate your skin; instead opt for a mild cleanser or scrub made especially for sensitive skin types (like those with rosacea).
Don't use hot water when washing your face--it can dry out the area around your chin which will make it harder for new hairs to grow there!
Apply a product to your beard that contains eucalyptus.
You can apply a product to your beard that contains eucalyptus. Eucalyptus is a natural antiseptic and has been used to treat dandruff, acne, and other skin conditions. It can also be used to treat lice or dandruff in your beard.
To apply this product:
Shampoo your hair daily with regular shampoo (not an anti-dandruff shampoo). Use warm water when washing your hair so it doesn't dry out too much when you rinse off all the soap from each strand of hair!
After you've rinsed out all of the shampoo from each strand of hair on top of your head (don't forget about those pesky earlobes!), pour some conditioner into one hand before applying it directly onto each strand from root-to-tip; this will help prevent breakage later down road if done correctly every time! Leave conditioner on for at least five minutes before rinsing again thoroughly with warm water until no more residue remains behind after patting dry instead using towels since these tend not only cause frizziness but also make things worse over time due to friction created between two surfaces rubbing together repeatedly without being lubricated properly beforehand - which leads me back into saying...
Take biotin and fish oil supplements.
Biotin is a naturally occurring vitamin that's important for hair growth, so taking it in supplement form can help thicken your beard. Fish oil contains omega-3 fatty acids, which are essential for healthy skin and hair growth.
Fish oil supplements come in liquid or capsule form and can be taken with meals three times per day (with food), while biotin should be taken once daily with breakfast or lunch (not at night). You should also make sure to eat more foods rich in biotin--eggs, almonds, peanuts and yogurt are all good choices!
Keep your beard trimmed and clean.
One of the most important things you can do to keep your beard thick is to trim it regularly. Trimming will help prevent split ends, which make your beard look scraggly and thin. You should also make sure that you are using a sharp trimmer so that it doesn't tug on the hairs and damage them. If you don't have a trimmer, use scissors instead--but be careful not to cut off too much at once!
Next: How often should I trim? The answer depends on how fast your hair grows; some people need weekly trims while others can go two weeks without needing any maintenance at all (and then there are those who might only need a trim every few months). In general, though, weekly is best if possible because this gives the facial hair time to grow out before being cut again--if done properly with care taken not overdo it each session until eventually reaching desired length/shape rather than trying desperately keep up with growth rate duelling against impatience by constantly cutting away any stubble left behind after each pass through clippers' blades
Avoid combs and brushes with hard bristles.
To thicken your beard, you'll want to avoid combs and brushes with hard bristles. Instead, use a soft-bristled brush or comb that will gently remove dead skin cells without pulling on any hair follicles. If you're in the market for a new grooming tool, consider purchasing one with boar bristles (the kind found on most cheaper models). These are gentler than metal ones and won't damage your hair as much as they work their magic on your face fuzz.
If you don't have access to these types of products yet but want to start using them now--or if you already have them but haven't been diligent about using them consistently--then consider applying some beard oil or balm before brushing out your beard; this will help soften up each strand so it's less likely break off when handled roughly by foreign objects like combs and brushes (and fingers).
You can thicken your beard through proper care of facial hair.
If you want to thicken your beard, you will need to be patient. Beard care is a long term process that requires consistency and patience. It's not something that can be done in one day or even one week; it takes months of regular grooming to see noticeable results from growing out your facial hair.
It's also important not to expect miracles from any product advertised as being able to make your beard grow faster or thicker than normal. All shampoos and conditioners are formulated for healthy hair growth in general--not specifically designed for thickening beards (although some may help).
If you want to know how to thicken your beard, the answer is simple: take care of it. The key ingredients are massaging your face, exfoliating and cleansing regularly, and using products that contain eucalyptus oil or biotin. If you want to go all out on your facial hair, consider taking fish oil supplements as well!