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How to Improve Patchy Beard Growth and Grow a Full Beard
Facial hair grows on men’s faces because testosterone stimulates the hair follicles along the jawline. Women have the same number of hair follicles on their faces as men, but they have lower testosterone levels. Thus, only men may develop dense, full beards. Beards are driven by testosterone, yet patchy beard development does not indicate a man’s testosterone deficiency. Here we look at the causes and how to treat a patchy beard.
What causes a patchy beard?
Before we go into how to treat a patchy beard, we need to answer the question, “Why is my beard patchy?” Unfortunately, for some of us, patchy beard growth is simply inherited, much like hereditary hair loss. So, if you weren’t born with the ability to grow a thick, full beard, it’s just not natural. A patchwork beard occurs when certain parts of a man’s face are unable to grow beard hair, resulting in bald patches within his facial hair. Some people can make this patchy beard work for them by applying strategic style techniques, as shown below.
Male hypogonadism
Hypogonadism in men is the inability to create adequate testosterone, a hormone that is essential for masculine growth, particularly during puberty. Such clinically low testosterone levels imply testicular failure or a problem in the region of the brain that controls testosterone production. Both of these types of hypogonadism are inherited or result from an accident or infection. In any case, the extremely low testosterone levels do not stimulate facial hair follicles. As a result, it is impossible to organically grow any type of beard, which results in patchy beard growth.
Age
If you are under 25 and seeking a patchy beard treatment, your beard may not have reached “full beard growth potential” yet. After puberty, your hormones undergo many changes, resulting in patchy beard development. As a result, consider waiting a few years before attempting again, and then let your beard alone for 9 to 12 weeks to see if it gradually grows in.
Alopecia Areata Barbae
Alopecia Areata, an autoimmune condition, can also affect facial hair, resulting in Alopecia Areata Barbae. This illness develops bald patches in your beard when your immune system erroneously targets your hair follicles. This can be the most challenging issue to manage with patchy beard growth because the hair can fall out unexpectedly.
How Do I Fix My Patchy Beard?
1. Beard oils
Natural oils and essential oils are good at conditioning beard hair, nourishing the strands, and making the beard appear thicker. Castor oil and black cumin oil add deep hydration to the strands. This does not necessarily cause your hair to grow in the bald areas, but it does make the surrounding hair appear more conditioned, which helps to improve the appearance of your patchy beard. It can also help create more effective, patchy beard styles.
The most effective type of castor oil is cold-pressed. This oil has been used for generations to promote hair growth, particularly in India. It is well-known for its antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and blood flow-boosting qualities.
2. Minoxidil
Minoxidil (also known as the main ingredient in Rogaine) is used to treat scalp hair thinning, particularly male pattern baldness. As a result, men have begun applying it to their beards in an attempt to repair their patchy beards and encourage their struggling facial hair growth towards strong beard hairs.
3. Facial hair transplant before and after beard transplant for an Elithair patient
A beard transplant is the most effective way to improve beard growth. The FUE procedure is used to meticulously pluck hairs from the back of your head, one at a time. The hair grafts are then put into thinning parts of the beard to address uneven hair.
Once the hairs are put into your beard, they grow and mix in with your existing beard hair. You’ll be able to grow a full beard, just like our satisfied customers.
4. Micro-needling
Microneedling is a tried-and-true treatment for hair loss that can also help with beard hair. It is a minimally invasive treatment that stimulates collagen formation, causing hair to grow thicker in the treated area, resulting in a fuller beard. Microneedling, also known as mesotherapy, is commonly used in conjunction with other patchy hair growth therapies since it has been shown to enhance the effectiveness of those approaches.
5. Beard Hair Brush
Using a boar-bristle beard brush as part of your beard care routine promotes hair growth, especially when combined with a beard balm. This makes your face and hair look fuller.
Using a beard brush in conjunction with a beard trimmer allows you to shape and maintain your hair neatly. Chin straps, goatees, and a 5 o’clock shadow are the ideal styles to wear if you want to confidently wear a patchy beard.
Conclusion
To stop your beard from being patchy, first determine what is causing it. Once you’ve identified the problem, you can select the best treatment choice for you.

You have the choice of covering up your patchy beard growth with surrounding hair or getting a beard transplant to fill in the gaps. Hair transplant Dubai is simply a few clicks away for a free, no-obligation consultation.

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