Wondering how to grow facial hair faster? For some men, growing a little facial hair gives a few choices for different looks. Plus, it makes some men feel more masculine. Some women like a guy with facial hair which is one more reason a guy will try to grow facial hair faster. There is a thing or two you can try to promote facial hair growth on your face with.
Here are some things you need to help grow facial hair:
- Ability to massage
- Olive oil
- Monistat and vitamins
- Facial massage. It's said that massaging your scalp helps to make hair grow faster. It doesn't hurt to try it on your face where you could try growing a goatee, a mustache, and or a beard. There isn't necessarily a strong timely manner on how long it takes. Some people have said it's helped their hair grow faster.
- Using olive oil. This is another thing people have used to help grow facial hair or hair on their head. Take some olive oil and massage it on your face where you want facial hair to grow. Between getting oxygen circulating on your face and rubbing the vitamin E into your skin, it's really healthy for your face anyway.
- Trying Monistat. Some people have tried using Monistat to make their hair grow faster. It sounds very strange since it's used for some other things. It depends on how eager you are to try it out. There are people who blog about using Monistat and are convinced that they have experienced hair growth from using it.
The first two ideas seem much more practical to try. Try them all if you want. Keep a journal and track the day you start these ideas and see if you notice any changes. It certainly doesn't hurt to try. The olive oil is good for you regardless. And a facial massage will feel really relaxing on your face. So try it out and see what happens.
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