Providing your body with the best essential nutrients and energy for growing a beard is very important. Making sure that you get a wide variety of foods in your body means your beard has the potential to grow thicker, longer, and fuller. However, some foods are better than others. In other articles, I have talked about eggs, coffee, and even sperm. In this article, I will talk about whether or not milk is good for your beard.
There are certainly plenty of rumours around growing a beard. One of the biggest rumours is that sperm – and semen – can make your beard grow. It seems like a natural and common sense understanding that semen would contain manly chemicals and components for boosting beard growth. However, there is very little evidence in the scientific literature to support this urban myth.
Eating the right things is a foundational step in growing a strong beard. Putting the right things into your body helps in numerous ways. Including a wide variety of essential nutrients and minerals by consuming fresh produce helps boost your metabolism, helps your body create testosterone, and some nutrients provide a boost to your beard growing potential.
Coffee is a popular drink, and it has been touted as a good remedy for boosting testosterone, increasing beard growth, and giving you the boost of energy required to get you through the rest of your day. I’ve always wondered if there is any science to back this up. In this article, I will look at all of the up-to-date science around beards, hair growth, caffeine, both consumed and topical and try to work out if coffee is genuinely good for beards.
Have you noticed your beard hair getting darker? When I was growing a beard, I noticed that my beard looked much more thick and substantial after the length had increased and the hairs started to intertwine more. It could be that you are in the early stages of beard growth and have noticed that the white hairs on your face are turning into thick dark hairs.
Curling a beard is something that can provide a unique style to your look. When I was growing out my beard, I couldn’t wait to have a long moustache to curl using beard wax. Most people are aiming for a straight beard. A straight beard gives you maximum length but can be a little bit boring. Learning to place a few curls can be a fun way to liven up your beard.
When I was growing a beard, there was a moment, about three months in, where I realised that pretty much everything I ate and drank got into my beard. I used to drink about two or 3 cups of coffee a day, and I became very self-conscious about the amount of milk foam leftover in my beard. I researched the different ways to drink coffee with a beard without it ending up in your moustache.
Beard oil is a fantastic product that provides a range of benefits to beards. Many people could beard oil on their beard at the beginning of the day, whilst others choose to put it on just before they go to sleep. By applying the vehicle in the morning, you can ensure that you are limiting how it can get rubbed off. All the beard oil benefits can only be realised as long as the oil is in contact with your hair for long enough that it gets absorbed efficiently.
It’s something that every beard grower has to go through – the internal monologues, particularly in the early stages, that are telling you to give up. The early stages of grown a beard are particularly torturous. You have to deal with the way it looks on your face, and the negative feelings are amplified by the way it feels.