THE SECRET RECIPE
The lifestyle you adopt plays a major role in how soon you can grow a beard. Men who lead healthy lifestyles have beards that are stronger, softer, and grow more quickly. Another thing to consider is the terrible role that genetics might play in achieving the perfect beard. There is a good probability that you will struggle to grow a manly, bushy beard if your father or grandpa have struggled with it. However, we can do our best to solve that problem. Try the following four steps.
- Be Healthy: Eating healthy, exercising, staying hydrated, and getting 8 hours of sleep every night lowers your stress. Ideally, our hairs benefit from vitamins and nutrients, just like the rest of our body. For instance, your hair is made of proteins, so the best thing you should consume is plenty of protein. Your beard gets softer if you stay hydrated. Your entire body, including the health of your hair, stays stronger when you get enough sleep. Exercise frequently to maintain blood flow, which promotes hair development and strengthens all of your body's hair. By doing this, you can decrease stress, which lowers the risk of the hormone imbalances that damages your hair's health - including the potential for it to fall out entirely.
- Supplements: One method to speed up hair development and maybe encourage the restoration of lost hair is to take biotin pills on a daily basis. The majority of medical professionals say that biotin does strengthen and thicken hair by strengthening the keratin framework of your hair. So, theoretically, each hair shaft in your beard gets thicker in a consistent manner. Many companies sell beard supplements, which are primarily biotin and other vitamins packaged with some nice graphic designs, or you can find biotin on the shelves of most medicine stores. Omega-3 fatty acids, which are present in oily seafood like salmon and sardines, help to keep your hair moisturized. Increasing your vitamin A intake will aid in the production of sebum, a natural lubricant, that works just like conditioner.
- Let It Grow: If you have experienced growing your hair before, there is always that awkward medium-length hairstyle that you need to pass through before getting to the long length. This also applies with growing your beard. Yes, that also means you need to pass through those awkward patchy parts that do not grow hair. The more you let it grow out, the sooner you get to cover the spots. The long hair will cover the patches that don't grow hair, making your beard look fuller. Don’t be fooled into thinking that shaving will make your hair grow back thicker. Unfortunately, that old wives tale has no basis in fact. The less you think about it in these early stages, the more likely you are to let it grow. When it gets to the part where you think it's long enough to brush down, use Jack Dean Military Brush to cover the bald spots.
- Condition & Hydrate your Beard: While your beard grows out, the best way to condition and hydrate it is by using beard oil. Keep in mind, it does not contain a magical formula that can transform your beard overnight, but its designed to help hydrate the skin, soften the hair, and stimulate growth. Also, It prevents that itchy dry skin feeling while your beard grows. By using this everyday, you'll achieve a fuller, more hydrated beard.
Father's Day is June 18th, which is this Sunday- did you get Dad a gift yet?
If you haven't, you need to check out this list and grab Dad a gift that looks like you've been planning all year long!
Our weekly Father's Day Gift Guide continues with a collection of gifts for Dad that he's going to love. This week, you'll find items like a luxury shoe horns, the best electric shaver on the market, socks that really speak, and more!
Check out our entire list of Father's Day Gift Ideas, order online, and get them deleivered today!
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Spring his here and summer is quickly approaching! The sun's out longer and it's now time to update your skincare routine accordingly. Time to break out the sunscreen! But, before you just grab any old sunscreen, you would want to make sure it's the right SPF.
What is SPF? What SPF is enough? How often should sunscreen be applied? Your questions answered here!
As Julia Child once said, “No one is born a great cook, one learns from doing." Since the 1960s, cooking has been recognized to be an art.
When it comes to kitchen cuisine, the adage "practice makes perfect" is accurate. Cooking at home often will help you improve your skills and, in addition, is a healthier alternative to eating out.
In this week's blog, we've listed some ideas for you to try in the kitchen to help you become a better cook this year!
These could be gifts for your father or grandfather, your boss, the friend that goes out of his way to make sure everyone is well taken care of, or the kind-hearted, older gentleman that treats you like family. These gifts are perfect for THAT guy - or any guy you want to get a gift for - and you want to get him something he will actually use!