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by Fran O'Reilly August 25, 2017

Happy Friday my friends! The final day of a working week has arrived before the weekend's antics come out to play. Whatever you have planned this weekend I sure hope it's a special one.

Today I wanted to to take a little time aside to give you a few tips on how best to maintain one fine looking beard upon one's face, so let us begin today's blog with 4 Essential Tips To Follow For Growing Out Your Beard Correctly...


When you have mentally committed to growing your face whiskers from what was once a little light stubble into a manly beard to call your very own, please remember you won't magically see results you are after in the blink of an eye, or even overnight, it takes a whole lot of time and heaps of patience before the results will start to show.

You are likely yet to meet the horrible itching phase, and you have a long way to go on your personal growing journey, just remember to stick with it, as the saying goes, Good thing come to those who wait.


In all honesty it is never too soon to begin using skin care products, as well as beard oils, butters and balms. Both you and you facial hair have a lot to gain from doing so, much like taking good care of a flowerbed in order to get the best results possible you have to put in the work early on.

A dry, itching face put simply will not be the best foundation to sprout out a bushy figure of health beard. So stick with your products and use them wisely, and you'll soon see you have a lot to gain from doing so.


Your hair grows at its absolute best when you are at rest; in other words, sleeping. Key nutrients in your diet help promote hair follicles to grow from the root of each individual facial hair strand. And these key factors are known to speed up slightly when we are in a deep undisturbed sleep.

Therefore one of the best tips of advice I can give you is to get a good night's sleep as frequently as possible, and following this advice should see you achieving a quicker beard growth rate as well as growing out a much healthier beards as a result as well.

A good nights rest also helps to reduce ones stress levels, which lower your risk of unwanted hair loss, yep that includes your facial hair. *GULP*


Don't you even think of throwing in that towel anytime soon my furry faced Brother. Whenever you want to quit out and shave, I strongly advise you take a moment, relax and give it just a little more time in order to achieve your beard growing goals.

Like I said before, these things take plenty of time, so try not to lose faith if your face fur isn't where you would like it to be as of yet. As given a few more weeks or maybe months could be all that is needed in order to grow out the very best beard you ever did see.

That sees this weeks Friday 'TBS' blog signing out on a week of cool new content. As always we fully encourage you to reach out and get in touch with us, you can do so by leaving us your thoughts and feedback in the comments section you'll find directly below.

And until next time, Beard on Brothers, Beard on...

Fran O'Reilly
Fran O'Reilly


I'm your daily blogger here at 'The Beard Struggle'. Have a beard related question? Get in touch!

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