Can’t Grow Beard? Here are Hacks to Get Beard Naturally

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Having thick beards has turned out to be one of the obsessions of men today. The thick beard that grows on a man’s face seems to be one of the measurement of masculinity. Because of this, the overgrowth of the beard has finally become the obsession of many men all over the country.

One of the problems with how to grow a beard is the absence of the beard ‘gene’ in most of asian people. If we look at those who come from the western countries, Arabian peninsula, or Latin America, the men in the row of these countries are those who have hairy hair.

But for those of you who don’t get the ‘genes’ to become a beard, don’t worry. Because, there are actually tricks to grow beard even if you don’t have the genes. We’re going to show you exactly how you can grow a beard quickly, naturally, and thickly!

There are approximately three ways to grow a beard that can be taken which are food consumption, using natural products, and even chemical products.

How to Grow Beard Naturally

To take the method of growing beards naturally, of course we have to stimulate the growth of facial hairs from within. This is done by paying attention to what nutrients we eat every day.

1. Grains

Eating whole grains is actually important for the growth of hair on your body. Grains contain iron, silica, and zinc, which can accelerate the growth of your beard and hair. Grains are also rich in vitamin B7 which can prevent hair loss.

Not only that, you can consume oats or brown rice as a way to grow your beard and hair to grow thick.

2. Sardines

Sardines are a type of fish that is easy to find and really practical because they are canned. This fish is a type of fish that is rich in protein, which is certainly good for growing beards on your face.

3. Eggs

Eggs, especially in raw condition, are one of the foods that are often consumed to build male muscles because of their extraordinary protein content.

But in addition, eggs contain B vitamins, which are necessary for hair growth. The biotin content in eggs is also believed to grow beards on your face.

4. Liver

Liver, especially beef liver, is rich in protein, vitamin A and vitamin B complex involving B2, B12, biotin and folic acid. Not only that, the liver is also rich in minerals such as iron and zinc. The combination of all these nutrients is just right to encourage the growth of your beard.

5. Grow Beard with Aloe Vera

Using aloe vera is one of the easiest and fastest methods of growing a beard. The reason is, we can easily find aloe in the market or even on the home page.

First, let’s prepare the aloe vera and follow the steps below:

  1. Prepare the aloe vera leaf, then cut the middle using a knife. Later you will see the inside that is shaped like slimy jelly.
  2. Take the inside part especially the mucus part, out from the aloe vera.
  3. Then, apply evenly on the part of your face that you want to grow a beard.
  4. Let stand until the mucus feels dry. This process can take at least an hour, up to 2 hours.
  5. If you have left it to dry and wait up to 2 hours, clean it with clean water.
  6. Do it regularly to get maximum results.

6. Grow Beard Using Butter

Lately, many have said that if you want to grow a beard quickly and naturally, the answer is to use butter. It looks absurd, but it turns out that many have taken this method of growing beard with butter, and it has shown positive results.

Actually, if it is drawn into the realm of science, butter is one of the derivative products of milk, and milk is a food ingredient that contains high protein. Protein is an essential nutrient for healthy hair and hair growth. So, butter is one way to grow your beard.

Don’t Confuse Butter With Margarine

Please be noted that you shouldn’t confuse butter with margarine. The reason is, some of us do not usually use butter in their kitchen. Instead, it is margarine that is widely used. The difference is quite clear, butter is animal fat that comes from milk, while margarine is vegetable fat.

Differentiating between butter and margarine is actually easy, that is, just by brand and price. Butter is harder to come by because you have to hunt to a bakery or to a large-scale supermarket. As for margarine, you can get it at grocery stores or mini supermarkets.

The price of butter is relatively much more expensive than margarine. So, don’t be mistaken for using margarine to go through how to grow this beard.

Here are the steps and how to grow a beard with butter:

  1. Wash your face with a facial wash that you normally use.
  2. When your face is clean, apply butter to the spot where you want your beard to grow.
  3. Let the butter sit for at least 30 minutes.
  4. Clean or rinse your face with a facial wash until the butter fat runs off.
  5. Dry your face.

This method can also be applied before bed. After you do a routine of washing your face before going to bed, apply a thin layer of butter on your face, then let it sit until you wake up. Rinse your face in the morning shower.

7. Grow a Beard with Candlenut

Candlenut is an ingredient that has earned a reputation as a traditional hair grower. The benefits of hazelnut are proven to be able to grow and thicken hair in babies and adults, treat hair loss, and grow a mustache, beard and sideburns. Of course, we can apply the method of growing a beard with hazelnut if you want to have macho hair on your face.

However, you cannot simply make candlenut seeds an ingredient to grow a beard. You must first convert it into hazelnut oil. How to make hazelnut oil is actually quite complicated, because it takes a long and tiring process.

So, before taking the method of growing a beard with hazelnut oil, make sure you already have hazelnut oil with the ORIGINAL label on your hand.

After that, let’s follow step by step how to grow a beard with candlenut:

  1. Clean your face with a facial wash.
  2. Apply hazelnut oil to the point of the face where you want the sideburns to grow.
  3. Massage gently until the oil is absorbed.
  4. Let it stand for 30 minutes.
  5. Rinse your face with a facial wash to dissolve the remaining oil.

8. Firdaus Oil

In addition to the various natural methods that have been mentioned above, growing a beard can be done by applying factory output products that are already circulating in the market.

Firdaus oil itself contains chemicals such as resorcinol, alpha naphthol, ouinine HCL, allantoin, and so on. Of course the use of chemicals has several side effects and there is a risk of being unsuitable for the user rather than natural ingredients.

The results do not appear immediately in the first use. Typically, it takes 3 to 4 bottles to produce the facial hair you want.

However, if you decide to buy the product and use it, then here’s how to grow a beard using Firdaus Oil.

  1. Prepare Firdaus Oil, then shake the bottle until the oil content is evenly mixed.
  2. Take enough oil, and apply evenly to clean skin.
  3. Let it stand for 30 minutes, then rinse if it has dried.
  4. Use Firdaus oil twice a day if necessary.

Bottom Line

So, what do you think of the tricks above? Or do you still prefer the chemical ways to grow your beard? The choice in your hand, but do let us know if it work!

Written by Jonathan Snyder

Jonathan Snyder is the author for 5 best selling books on Amazon (Development as Service) and part time contributor at Life Hack Solution.