November 7


How to Grow a Beard Faster and Naturally

How long will it take your beard to grow? Or maybe you’re wondering, how can I speed up my beard growth? These are two questions that we hear frequently at Kingly Beardz

You’ve heard about how to grow a beard fast, but have you ever wondered why certain men have it so much easier than others? Is it genetics or environment? Let’s start with the science and see if we can figure out the best strategies for growing a healthy, thick beard.

So we decided to put our heads together to create a comprehensive guide that answers both these questions and more.

 If you want to grow a healthy, thick beard in record time, here's what you need to know.

3 Things That Affect Beard Growth

There are 3 main factors that determine how quickly or well you can grow a beard.  They are age, genetics, and health.

Age: Lets start with this one.  

Most men know that younger is better when it comes to growing a beard. There is a reason most of us started growing beards around 18-20 years old. It is because as we age, our hormones change, and our bodies begin to slow down.

The growth rate of facial hair declines after the age of 30. This is due to a decrease in testosterone levels, as well as the drop in DHT levels.

What's more, older men also tend to have fewer sebaceous glands and hair follicles.

The fewer follicles we have, the slower our hair growth becomes.

Genetics: Next on the list is genetics. You can't help it if you were born with thicker or coarser hair. A little bit of luck can go a long way, but genetics will play a huge role in how fast your beard grows.

So, if you are not genetically gifted at growing a full beard, you're going to have to do some serious work.

Health: And finally, we have your health. We all want to grow a nice, full beard. But sometimes there is something wrong with our bodies. Sometimes, due to certain health conditions or medical issues, your beard is going to be thinner or more sparse than the average man. 

This can be due to illness, allergies, or poor nutrition. If your beard is just not growing as fast as you'd like, check to see what's wrong and take the necessary steps to fix it.

Before You Grow Your Beard

Before you get started on this journey, you should prepare yourself mentally and physically.

Set Realistic Expectations:

It's easy to get carried away when it comes to growing a beard, and if you do, you may end up disappointed and frustrated. Before you start growing a beard, it's important to set realistic expectations.

Understand that you're not going to grow a full beard overnight. Take some time to think about how long you want to spend growing your beard.

Make sure you set a realistic expectation for yourself, and don't expect too much too soon.

When you do expect too much, it's easy to get discouraged when your beard isn't growing as fast as you'd hoped. 

decide on a style

The first thing that you need to consider when you want to grow a beard is the beard style that you want to have. Do you want to grow a full beard or a goatee? Which do you like best?

Once you have chosen the beard style that you want to grow, you need to think about how long it will take to grow. If you choose a longer beard, will it be too long for you to manage?

And, if you grow a shorter beard, how will you look with it? How much money are you willing to spend on a quality beard kit?

Once you have determined the type of beard that you want to grow and the length of your beard, it is time to think about how you want to manage your facial hair. Will you go for a beard that is trimmed closely, or a full beard that’s left untrimmed?

Choosing a beard style will depend on your preferences and your style. If you like a clean-cut look, you will probably choose a close-trimmed beard.

find a great barber

If you are looking for a barber, you will want to make sure he has experience with men who have facial hair. When you are visiting a new barber, you will want to be sure that he can handle the kind of beard you are growing. You might even ask him what he charges for his services. A great barber can help you get a look that you are comfortable with.

Boost Your Facial Hair Growth

While we caution you to be patient with your beard growth, there are things you can do to quicken the process. 

Manage your diet better

It's all about what you eat, drink, and breathe, and it's even more important for guys with beards. If you're going to be able to grow a thick beard, you need to keep it healthy. There are some things that you simply can't do anything about,. However, there are some things that you can control, like your diet.

Eat fewer carbs

If you want to make your beard grow faster, you need to cut out the carbs and the fats from your diet. This includes soda, pasta, bread, and candy. If you have a sweet tooth, you can still eat sweets, but you should try to limit yourself to 2 or 3 pieces.

Get enough protein

Protein is one of the three macronutrients that your body needs to build muscle. If you want to make your beard look thicker, you need to eat more protein. If you're looking for protein, you can find it in meat, fish, beans, and nuts.

Drink more water

A beard isn't just made of hair. It also consists of skin and fat. If you don't drink enough water, you'll start losing both. Try to drink at least eight glasses a day to keep your facial hair looking its best.

Avoid alcohol

Alcohol doesn't only dry out your skin. It also dehydrates your body. This can lead to a thinner, scragglier beard. If you're planning on hitting the bar after work, opt for a non-alcoholic drink instead of beer or wine.

Eat more fruits and vegetables

Fruits and vegetables are full of antioxidants, which help to protect your skin from environmental damage. By eating them regularly, you will prevent wrinkles from forming and keep your beard looking young.

It's important to get enough iron

Iron is vital for your body. In fact, without it, you won't be able to grow hair. When your body doesn't have enough iron. This can result in hair loss. Make sure you eat plenty of iron-rich foods like red meat, eggs, and green vegetables.

For more information check out our article on 7 Foods and 2 Drinks that promote beard growth

Develop a Healthier Lifestyle

How to Grow a Beard: Man exercising

Maintaining a healthy lifestyle goes hand-in-hand with having healthier hair. A healthy lifestyle will also keep your beard looking its best. Exercise at least three times per week and don't smoke or drink alcohol.

Get enough rest

If you're tired all the time, it's probably because your body isn't getting enough sleep. Your skin needs regular rest to stay healthy and wrinkle free. Make sure you have eight hours of quality sleep every night. Sleep is as important as exercise in keeping your face looking young.

Exercise regularly

Exercise helps keep your face young by burning off excess weight. Try exercising for 30 minutes three times a week. It'll boost your energy levels, help you lose weight, and promote your facial hair growth.

Don't stress

When you are stressed, you produce adrenaline, which is a hormone that makes your body release cortisol. This has a direct negative effect on your body. It has been proven that when your levels of stress are high, your hair follicles will shrink.


You should moisturize your skin every morning after you shower.

4. Take Care of the Skin Underneath


Showering is essential for your beard growth. It not only helps your skin stay soft and supple, it also gets rid of the excess oils that can clog your pores and cause acne or slow your beard growth.

Keep Your Face Clean

Use a good soap to clean your face. If you use an alcohol-based soap, then be sure to rinse your face after using it. We recommend using an all-natural soap design for facial hair

Moisturize your face daily.

Your face needs to breathe in order for your beard to grow. If your skin is too tight, it won’t allow enough air to get through. Also make sure that your face is not too dry, since this can irritate your skin and lead to beard itch. Use an all-natural moisturizer.

Be Patient with Your Beard Growth

To get a full beard, it takes anywhere from 4 to 12 weeks depending on the individual. For some, it may be less, while for others, it may be longer. With that said, I’m sure you’re wondering what you can do to accelerate your beard growth.

Now let’s get to beard growth. When it comes to growing a beard, patience is the most important ingredient to success. Some people get lucky and have no problem growing facial hair right away, but for the rest of us, growing a beard takes time. Even if you think you have a strong growth pattern, most likely you don’t. We’re talking about the slow and steady growth here. No matter how fast you think you’re growing, you’re not going to get a full beard until your first month.

Exfoliate Your Beard

Why Exfoliation? To Prevent Stubborn Beardruff.

Exfoliating your face will not only clean your beard, it will also help keep your skin moisturized. This helps prevent your face and beard from drying out, making it easier for you to grow a full and healthy beard.

It also helps to Prevent Stubborn Beardruff. Most men dread the dreaded stubble beardruff. It’s very uncomfortable and usually painful. If you’ve got a full beard already, then make sure to exfoliate your face every week to prevent beardruff and beard itch.

step 1: Use a Boars Hair Beard brush

Kingly Beardz Boar hair beard brush

The natural boar bristles will glide through your facial hair fibers and remove most of the dirt, beard dandruff, and dead skin cells.

step 2: Wash you beard with a quality beard soap or shampoo

For best results you should try Kingly Beardz Wash followed by Kingly Beardz Face, Beard, and Moustache soap. But if you're on a tight budget you can skip the wash and just use the soap.

Step 3: With your fingers start scrubbing the skin under your beard in all directions. 

This will help to loose up and remove any dead skins or product build up that wasn't removed with brushing in step 1.

Step 4: Rinse and dry your beard

This step is best done in the shower under running water to carry away any dead skin cells or product build up. When drying your beard avoid heat and instead towel dry by patting not rubbing your beard to remove excess moisture. 

Step 5: Condition, and groom your beard

Beard Oil and Balm on steps

Apply Kingly Beardz Butter as a leave in conditioner to keep your beard nice and soft. Follow this with Kingly Beardz Oil to lock in the moisture and prevent "Dry Beard". Finally end with your normal beard grooming routine. 

Use the Right Beard Care Products

It is important to use the right kind of beard care products to make sure you are getting the best results for your beard care regimen. We recommend using the following beard care products.

King Beardz Care Bundle

Grab your Kingly Beardz Bid Beard Bundle. I comes with Kingly Beardz Face, Beard, and Moustache soapBeard ButterBeard BalmBeard Oil, and a dual purpose stainless steel beard and moustache comb

Beards are so in right now. 

Growing a beard takes time. It grows at different speeds for everyone, and can sometimes be unpredictable.

Why not try growing a beard using the secrets of the Kingly Beardz? These are the most potent all-natural beard care products designed specifically for kinky beards around. If you want to grow a beard fast and naturally, this is the way to go.

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