Well-groomed stubble has always been an accompanying sign of a brutal man. However, not all representatives of the stronger sex can boast of it. Young adolescents who dream of gaining a masculine look are especially affected by the sparse facial hair.
Hair growth is directly related to the level of hormones (testosterone and estrogen) in the blood, and also depends on the young person's physique, lifestyle and nutrition.
Cut out the caffeine found in coffee, tea, and energy drinks. This substance promotes the production of estrogen, which suppresses testosterone. If you are into these drinks, try brewing yourself with granular coriander root. This product tastes like a mixture of coffee and tea, but does not contain caffeine. It also stimulates the production of estrogen, which is also a popular beer. Do sports better. Exercise not only improves human health, it helps increase the testosterone levels you need.
The main substance that stimulates hair growth is zinc. Include zinc-rich foods in your daily diet. These include: walnuts, eggs, beans, sunflower seeds and pumpkin seeds.
Frequent shaving is believed to increase the growth of facial hair. The more often you shave, the faster the stubble will grow. While this is most likely just a guess, it is still worth experimenting. Shave for 2 weeks and then stop for a while. After about 2 months you can see good results, but remember that shaving harder makes your hair coarser.
For accelerated growth of hair, use special lotions: monoxidil, regaine and rogaine. They are colorless, odorless and hormone-free. But they contain alcohol, which dries the skin. Therefore, using such products, moisturize it regularly.
Apply burdock or castor oil to your bristles. Leave it on for 2 hours and then wash it off with a mild shampoo or gel wash.