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October 22, 2020 3 min read

There is no such thing as a perfect beard. Throughout the process of growing one, you are likely to shed a few hairs, no matter what type of all-natural beard wash or beard growth oil you might be using. However, there might be cause for concern if you have begun to shed an inordinate amount.

To help you manage hair loss on your beard, we have compiled this list of possible reasons you’re shedding a little bit more than you should. With no further ado, here they are:

1. You’re in that phase of your growth cycle

The three stages of beard growth follow the pattern of anagen, catagen, and then telogen. The first phase (or the growing phase) can last two to six years. The second phase is a transitional phase that is likely to shift quickly into telogen, which then lasts two to four months. 

In that last phase, you will lose hair on a nearly daily basis. Assuming you have been experiencing consistent beard growth for a few years now, your follicles might be due for the telogen phase. Of the 30,000 beard hairs you might have, you will likely lose up to 150 strands a day, which is completely normal.

If this is the cause of your beard loss, a mix of patience and the right nutrients can get your beard growing normally again.

2. You’re not getting the right nutrition

One of the most important aspects of growing a beard, beyond products such as all-natural beard washes and oils, is having the right balance of nutrients in the body. The right balance can create optimum conditions for beard growth. 

If you are shedding more than you are growing, it is likely that you might be lacking B-complex vitamins, which are vital for the body’s production of keratin and collagen. These chemicals make up the basic structure of every beard. However, it doesn’t stop there; the body needs a healthy supply of all vitamins if it is to grow healthy hair.

3. You’re overusing or misusing beard care products

Everything is good only in moderation. When it comes to beard care, that rule certainly rings true. Using too much of those beard washes, all-natural as they may be, can beunnatural for your beard. Make sure to use any and all products only as recommended on the packaging.

It is also important to make sure that you are using high-quality products. Even products as simple as beard combs and brushes can cause hair loss, pulling out far too many strands for comfort. 

4. You’re exposed to too much stress

When the body is under stress, it produces a hormone called cortisol. This compound triggers the telogen phase in hair growth, which can hinder growth and cause hair fall. In severe cases, it may even cause hair loss on the top of the head. 

It is important to try and address the causes of stress and participate in activities that can alleviate it, not just for healthy beard growth and retention but also for better overall health. 

Final thoughts

When it comes to addressing issues with beard growth and hair fall, it is important to consider the underlying factors that might be causing it. With the knowledge of what can cause beard hair loss or stalled growth, you can address the problem and not the symptoms. In no time, you could regrow that perfect beard you’ve always wanted.

For the right products (beard washes, beard oils, and so on) to address these problems, send us a message at The Unshaved. We can help you achieve that perfect beard again with the right balance of nutrients and care. 

Matthew Rotter
Matthew Rotter


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