Reasons Your Beard Stopped Growing & Things You Need to Jumpstart Your Beard Growth Again

Let’s say you started growing a beard and followed a rigid beard maintenance routine, yet the result was unsatisfactory. We feel you. If your beard doesn’t meet your expectations, it is because taking care is not enough. You need to know what your beard needs. Let us tell you what causes this and how to fix them for real.

 

What affects beard growth?

1.    Diet & Lifestyle

Your diet and lifestyle choices can significantly impact the quality and growth of your beard. If you don’t have a balanced diet, it can lead to hair loss and impair your ability to grow a healthy beard.

 

2.    Breakage & Split Ends

If you’re wondering why your beard won’t grow as thick as you want it to, there are two key things to know: breakage and split ends. When you shampoo your beard with a product not made specifically for beard,, the hair can become dry and lead to breakage. You can also get split ends when you over-comb your beard - when a single strand of hair splits into two. To avoid these problems, ensure you’re using a good quality beard shampoo and conditioner and combing your beard with a wide-toothed comb.

3.     Poor Maintenance

A beard reaches its terminal length when it can no longer grow. This can happen if you haven’t been consistently following a grooming routine. Just like your head hair needs nourishment, the same applies to your facial hair. You need to be dedicated to the regime and know that a full, healthy beard takes time and patience.

 

4. Genetic

Although genetics is one of the biggest factors that causes patchy beards. Some hair follicles can remain dormant late into life but the good news is it’s always possible that they get activated at some given time after the right stimulus or nutrition.

 

5. Hormonal

Low levels of Dihydrotestosterone (or DHT) levels—and your body’s natural sensitivity to it—are big contributors to the fullness or patchiness of your beard. The most effective way to increase levels of hormones like testosterone is to have daily routine exercise, a balanced diet, and reduce stress in your life.

 

Now, let’s talk about what you can do to maintain your beard properly. Proper beard growth maintenance needs cleaning and hydration. There is beard growth shampoo for cleaning, and for hydrating your beard, there is beard growth oil for adequate nutrition that your beard needs. Beard growth oil not only moisturizes your beard and also, as the name suggests, also aids in beard growth.

But do all beard growth oils and shampoos work the same? Are they all safe for the skin? Are they a one-type-fits-all product? No. They are not. When you are talking about products that do the job without harming your skin, organic or natural based products are what you need.

At The Wolfman, you will get some of India’s most organic beard oils and best shampoos.

Products Your Beard Growth Oil and Beard Shampoo Should Have

❖  Argania spinosa kernel oil

Argan oil is an excellent natural conditioner for beards that can improve overall beard health by reducing dandruff, itchiness, and dryness. This oil is also rich in vitamin E, which helps to nourish and protect the beard.

❖  Thymus vulgaris (Thyme) Oil

Thyme is known to help promote beard growth by stimulating the hair follicles and improving blood circulation. It was found to help treat beard patches.

❖  Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba)

Jojoba oil is known to be the perfect ingredient for beard oil - whether used on its own or when mixed with other essential oils. In addition, jojoba has multiple properties that make it an ideal conditioner for beards, such as the ability to soften both facial skin and hair.

❖  Seed Oil

Black seed oil is packed with nourishing fatty acids like linoleic and oleic acids, which help hydrate the beard and skin to prevent water loss. This results in a more healthy and hydrated beard.

❖  Rosmarinus officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Oil Butyrospermum Parkii

Rosemary oil could potentially promote beard hair growth, according to a 2015 study.

It stimulates circulation, which aids in growth, and rosemary oil is also great for moisturizing the skin underneath the beard. This is important because if the skin isn’t properly moisturized, dandruff or patches can develop, making the beard appear thin and unhealthy.

❖  Helianthus Annuus Seed (Sunflower) oil

Sunflower oil is rich in omega-6 fatty acids, vitamin A, and vitamin C. By using sunflower oil on your beard, you can help reduce inflammation on your skin, which can help with beard growth. The fatty acids in sunflower oil can also help to make your beard look longer, thicker, and fuller.

❖  Avocado ( Persea gratissima) Extract

The fruit can increase beard growth while reducing beard loss as it has an abundance of vitamins A, B5, C, and E. These positively impact hair growth and provide regular follicle stimulation. In addition, avocados are enriched with antioxidants, vitamin K, omega-three, and folates.

 

❖  Sweet Almond Oil

Almond oil is excellent for your beard because it contains protein, biotin, and magnesium - all minerals that encourage hair growth. These nutrients are essential in repairing damaged hair, split ends, and dryness. Almond oil is also rich in vitamins A through D, making it a complete nutrient package for your hair!

 

Use The Wolfman’s Beard Care Products to Bring Real Change

 The Wolfman’s Beard products bring out the result that you always wanted. A thick, full, and strong beard. Use The Wolfman’s beard care products regularly in your daily beard care maintenance regime to bring real change.