Okay, so slapping some moisturisers on your face isn’t going to make those bald spots suddenly sprout thick hair. But if there’s one thing guaranteed to make a patchy beard even patchier, it’s wiry, dry, or dirty-looking hair. So take care.
Treat the whiskers all the way down to the follicles with an alcohol-free beard oil and beard balm. Using an exfoliator to get rid of dead cells will also help stimulate the skin underneath, aiding growth and producing a thicker, fuller appearance
Eat To Grow
Whatever you’re trying to goad your body into doing — get bigger arms, have better posture — there’s no substitute for a healthy lifestyle and diet. The same goes for filling in a patchy beard.
Water, along with a diet rich in B vitamins, vitamin C, zinc, iron and omega-3 gives hair the nourishment it needs to grow, most of which can be found in multivitamins or foods that contain biotin, such as eggs, avocados, almonds, cauliflower, bananas, sweet potato, and milk.
Niacin is another vitamin linked to hair growth, as it improves blood flow, meaning hair follicles get a decent supply of oxygen and nutrients. So while you’re at it, stock up on foods high in the stuff like white meat, peanuts, mushrooms, liver, tuna, beef, and sunflower seeds.