In this blog post, let's discuss about Goatees and how to maintain a healthy goatee.
Before we dive into the topic, what is a goatee?
A goatee is a facial hair style that consists of hair growing on the chin but not the cheeks.
The name goatee comes from the resemblance of the pointed hair on a goat’s chin, hence the name goatee. Although this style has been around for a long time, the term goatee was introduced in the 20th century but it was not until the 1990’s that it was expanded to include the variations of the goatee.
The goatee, however, should not be mistaken for the van dyke which incorporated hair growing on the chin and a curled/non curled mustache. A van dyke can also include or exclude a soul patch making it all the more unique.
Below are a few questions that may answer the main queries that surround your goatee’s expectations:
How should I begin growing my goatee?
You should start by letting your facial hair grow. When you have a short beard, shave the area from your sideburns to about a half inch outside the corners of your mouth continuing down to the edge of your chin. If you don't want to look cheesy or too extreme, try trimming with electric clippers on the lowest setting instead of shaving clean. That'll leave just the right amount of stubble as a bridge between goatee and skin.
Can I stimulate my goatee to grow faster?
Fortunately for beard oils and beard serums, there is something you can do to make your goatee grow faster than it already is. Daily use of beard oils and serums which have been made with carrier oils supporting growth, can help stimulate and boost the growth of your goatee.
Here are a few tips on what you can do to grow out your goatee and see actual results:
Does shaving help with thickness?
This is nothing more than an old wives’ tale. There is no truth to this statement, unfortunately. Most people relate the full-looking appearance of a goatee to a thickness that could not be further from the truth.
What conventional products and methods can I use to grow a thicker goatee?
We shall begin with the advantageous prospects of using certain methods to assist in the growth of your goatee:
Hormones play an important part in hair growth and hair follicle health in general. Dihydrotestosterone, a derivative of testosterone, is responsible for the regression and death of your hair follicles.
The majority of hormone treatments, whether it is in the form of an ointment, pill, or injection, mark this hormone. You should also keep in mind that any change in your hormone levels may lead to adverse effects on your health. You are recommended to consult your doctor if you decide to weigh these risks.
A beard growth serum with a blend of rosemary essential oil, ginger root oil and carrier oils is mainly used to promote beard growth. If applied to the beard, by promoting as many hairs as possible to stay in the growing phase and less to rest, the result is a fuller looking beard, or in this case a healthy-looking goatee. You should keep in mind to use this daily, so consistency is key. Give Hairy Man Care's natural and organic Beard and Hair Growth Serum a try.
In addition to a serum or beard oil, there are several other ways to help boost beard growth including eating a balanced diet, avoiding smoking, and maintaining healthy skin through a solid skincare routine.
Getting the aesthetic beard of your choice needs patience, just as a house that needs its foundations laid out sturdy, your beard needs to start with the essential foundations. Cleansing is at the top of the list when it comes to the foundation of your beard care ritual. Reliable, well-recommended beard shampoo and conditioner from Hairy Man Care is a great place to begin if you want your realization of a magnificent beard to manifest into reality.
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