We know. We know that you’re sick of the wispy peach fuzz sprouting out of your upper lip. While you don’t necessarily need to rival a Viking, you at least want to grow facial hair that exceeds that of a prepubescent boy. Unfortunately, the rate of facial hair growth mostly relies on genetics. However, we can show you some good ways to help enhance this feature.
Getting enough vitamins and minerals is key to healthy body functions, including hair growth. Introducing more nutrients into your bloodstream is the best way to get your follicles moving. Consider investing in a multivitamin or extra supplement, like biotin or vitamin B12. There are many others that are necessary for healthy hair, but these are two of the most important ones. Also look for natural, vitamin-infused facial hair products.
Limit the amount of nights you crash on the couch with the day’s oil and grime caked on your face. Wash up and sleep on clean pillowcases to free the pores and discourage clogged follicles. Exfoliating about twice a week will also help prevent ingrown hairs.
Get your beauty sleep
This isn’t just meant for girls – the sleep cycle is instrumental in restoring the organ functions and quickening cell turnover. Therefore, when you cut out excess stress and get more rest, you’re sure to start noticing positive changes in your integumentary system (skin, hair, nails).
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