In most cultures, mustaches area treated as the symbol of adulthood and masculinity. Several studies have found that women feel more attracted towards men with rugged beards and thick mustaches, rather than those with clean shaved faces. This could be one of the few reasons why young boys want to grow a mustache at a very tender age, say in their early teens. Since your tendency to grow facial hair depends a lot on your genetics, some boys start growing mustaches as soon as they enter their teens while others have to wait till the age of 16-17 years before they could see any stubble above their lips. But don’t worry. We have some workable tips to grow a mustache faster naturally in early teens.
Follow these tips and grow a mustache fast at 12, 13 and 14.
The dead skin cells and pores clogged with gunk and grime are the actual hair growth blockers. To get rid of dead skin cells and the dirt buildups, exfoliate your skin regularly. Use some good quality over the counter scrub or prepare an all-natural exfoliator at home and use it to scrub your face once or twice a week at least. Pay special focus to the areas with facial hair growth – the mustache area and the beard.
Keeping your face clean also improves chances of faster hair growth. While exfoliation is a once-in-a-week process, cleansing your face twice daily will help you get rid of natural body oil and the dirt that accumulates on the face throughout the day.
Moisturizing the skin adequately allows the facial hair to grow quickly. It is recommended to use a moisturizing serum containing eucalyptus as its active ingredient. Benefit of using eucalyptus rich moisturizer is that it effectively helps remove any dry patches on the skin. You can also use natural oils such as coconut oil, castor oil or olive oil to gently massage the mustache area daily at night. Leave the oil on overnight and wash off in the morning with regular cleanser.
Your body needs a variety of vitamins for efficacious hair growth on the scalp as well as on the face. Lacking these essential vitamins can hinder your chances of growing a thicker and fuller beard or mustache. Try to take your due share of vitamins from plant sources. By providing a healthy mix of vitamins and minerals, you are likely to grow mustache hair much quicker and that too in a natural way. But if you feel you are not getting enough vitamins from food sources, seek help from supplements, but only after discussing with your doctor.
Keratin, a type of protein, is the key constituent of hair shafts. Lacking protein not only affects hair composition but can also hinder your chances of growing mustache. If you are planning to speed up mustache growth, add some more protein in your diet. Foods rich in protein include meat, eggs, nuts, beans and lentils.
There is a common myth that shaving facial hair regularly makes them grow quicker and thicker. But this is merely a myth and this does not happen in reality. As you start growing facial hairs, they will grow uneven in length and in all directions, let them grow! Don’t try to cut or trim your mustache until it is fully grown – at least 4 to 6 weeks.
If you are struggling with mustache thickness even in your late 20s or 30s, a mustache hair transplant may be worth considering. It is a safe and effective way of growing a natural-looking thicker and fuller mustache. The surgeon simply takes hair from the back of the scalp and transplants them above the upper lip to enhance the thickness of mustache or cover any bare patches.
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