Every first Saturday of September, bearded men proudly flaunt their beards on National Beard Day. So, it's only right that today we talk about all things beard! Tips on how to grow a healthy, thick and luscious beard and especially how to maintain it!
Beard hair can't grow without the right nutrients in the body, and to get them we need to eat fruits and vegetables combined with a balanced diet. The best for the beard are oranges, Brazil nuts, raisins, potatoes, kale and spinach.
It is also essential to include key vitamins and minerals in your diet. Vitamins A, C and E. as well as certain B Vitamins (Niacin or B3) have been shown to help prevent hair loss and promote beard growth.
Discover the secrets for a healthy beard from our naturotherapist here!
What natural products can help you?
has many valuable properties: anti-inflammatory, regenerative, antioxidant, preservative. It is a hair stimulant that increases blood flow to the scalp and hair follicles, promoting healthy hair growth and conditioning. It also repairs dry and damaged hair follicles and does not clog pores, which is why it is ideal for use on the face.
This oil is used in your cosmetic preparations to strengthen nails, hair and eyelashes. Perfect for repairing and nourishing dry, devitalized, split, brittle or frizzy hair, it is reputed to promote hair growth. It is therefore suggested to use this oil as a massage oil directly on your beard. Start with the roots and apply the oil directly to your face. Gently massage your beard. Not only will the oil promote the growth of your beard hair, but it will deeply moisturize it and give it a healthy, shiny appearance.
A high quality formula, Hair, Nails and Skin provides the desired benefits for nail strength, shine and beauty as well as hair growth, luster and health. Containing, among other things, Vitamin B3 (Niacin) and Vitamin E, this formula is an exclusive complex of natural active ingredients, combining amino acids, medicinal plants and specific vitamins to maintain the integrity and health of the integumentary system (especially nails and hair).