Should I Start Growing A Beard? 4 Reasons Of Having A Beard

Beards are in trend. The bearded look was once reserved for mountain men, but just about anyone can rock a beard these days.

Let’s face it – your beard is an asset that helps you garner a lot of attention, right?

Well, if that’s the case, you should appreciate your beard because it can just do more than that.

We have time and again spoken about ways you can grow a beard but there are several other reasons why you should not shave.

Now that winter is here, your beard will be more than just an asset.

If you didn’t know it already, we can tell you that growing a beard has been linked to many health benefits as well.

All you need to do is to take care of your beard this season and let it do the rest.

Check out these solid reasons you can attain with your hair follicles!

Check our bestsellers!

1. Sun Protection

According to a study published by Oxford University, it is said that your facial hair acts as a barrier and protects your skin from UV radiation. The beard is a topmost layer in your skin that stops the rays from reaching the dermis which means no sunburn for you.

If you have a long beard, you have enough protection. However, you should still continue using sunscreen when you step out.

2. Keeps You Warm

While the whole world is busy hoarding jackets and scarves, all you need is your beard, a warmer for winters. Studies have shown that a beard can keep you warm. When the cold weather hits, the hair tends to adjust with it and traps the heat that is closer to your skin. Your beard is not just protection but also a wind barrier when it is too chilly outside.

3. Retains Skin’s Moisture

Even though it is winter you still need moisturising. But for someone who has a beard, the frequency is less. The beard helps trap the oil and saves your skin from stripping completely. When it comes to applying creams, avoid using thick ones with your beard. You can also get your hands on beard oil or conditioner to keep your beard hydrated!

4. Beard Reduces Skin Infections

Shaving constantly is one of the biggest culprits of ingrown hair, razor burns etc. With a beard, you don’t have to fret much. A beard tends to add a protective layer to your skin that can save you from the ugly wrath of these things. Besides that, it also controls pollen grains and other infectious particles to reach your skin.

Disclaimer: The opinions expressed within this article are the personal opinions of the author. Healthy Supplies Shop is  not responsible for the accuracy, completeness, suitability, or validity of any information on this article. All information is provided on an as-is basis. The information, facts or opinions appearing in the article do not reflect the views of healthy supplies shop  and we do not assume any responsibility or liability for the same.