why does my facial hair grow so slow

Hey Stefan,
As Tom said. Check out the, which contains a lot of very helpful gems. This early on, the first five are important to understand: P P P- Growing a beard takes 2 to 3 MONTHS (not weeks) on average. For teens and particularly slower growers, 3 months may not even be long enough. P P P- Shaving your beard will not make it grow faster or thicker. P P P- No one can predict when your teenage beard will mature into an adult beard. It could take months or years. P P P- Your beard looks better to other people at a distance than it does to yourself in the mirror.


Artificial lighting and camera flash often look a lot different than real life. P P P- Give yourself 24 hours to think about it before you shave or significantly trim your beard. Three weeks is early on in the grand scheme of beardedness. I strongly suggest you aim for three months of growth and keep us updated. Three months will make it visible how your growth is going, your coverage, your density, and so on. This is an experience to enjoy! Welcome to the board and I hope we can catch some weekly updates from you.


Watch your diet. What you eat can have a major impact on all aspects of your physical well-being. This includes healthy skin and healthy hair growth. There are many vitamins that have been found to promote hair growth--including facial hair. Pay attention to your diet, and make sure that you're getting enough of these particular nutrients. Incorporate hair-healthy vitamins into your diet. While you can always apply hair-growth treatments to your face, and hope for the best, working from the inside out is always the better option.


Take in vitamin A. This vitamin stimulates the production of sebum, which keeps your hair follicles and skin hydrated. You can find vitamin A in eggs, meat, cheese, liver, carrots, pumpkin, broccoli, and dark green leafy vegetables. Get plenty of vitamin E, which has long been recognized as key for healthy skin, and can increase blood flow, which leads to an optimal environment for hair growth. Foods rich in vitamin E include oils, leafy vegetables, nuts, and beans, and most people get plenty of vitamin E when eating a normal diet.


Boost circulation with vitamin B3. Healthy circulation may have a positive effect on hair growth. Reports find that B3 is even more effective when taken with biotin. Take in vitamin B5. This is also known as pantothenic acid. It not only helps the body use fats and proteins, necessary for healthy hair, it also has been reported to help reduce stress; and stress can definitely inhibit hair growth. Vitamin B5 occurs naturally in brewer's yeast, broccoli, avocado, egg yolks, organ meats, duck, milk, lobster, whole-grain breads, and more.

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