Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)
The frequently asked questions by our customers are very important as they tell us what is of most concern to them.
Very often customers have questions and concerns with regard to their hair grooming.
Here we have attempted to answer as many as possible based on the previous customers’ frequently asked questions and raised concerns.
If you do not find the answer you are looking for or the question you have is not covered adequately, please contact us using any method you like available on our “contacts” page.
This is a very interesting and one of the top frequently asked questions. The answer is no! It is similar to asking if shaving a beard often would make the beard not grow.
Balding for most men is a hereditary issue. It is in their genes, either from their father’s or mother’s side.
For some men, a version of balding is caused due to lack of functioning of internal organs such as the liver.
So if you see that your family does not have a history of balding people, then get a thorough check-up from a private hospital.
You may not find it in your city or country if the hospitals do not focus on the full functionality of each organ.
Unfortunately, this may also be linked to the lack of reproduction past a certain age.
On the other hand, there are some who say covering the head all the time speeds up balding. This may be true balding is already in the family history!
This too is from the frequently asked questions… the answer is 50/50.
It really depends on too many factors. But for the most part, the answer is yes.
Factor #1 – Water quality. If the water is clean and natural, it contains minerals and other substances that actually help the hair.
However, water flowing through our pipes most of the time has a lot of undesirable substances such as chlorine which is put in to help get rid of viruses, germs, and bacteria.
Also, sometimes water is over-processed, meaning it is stripped off and devoid of minerals and other minor substances.
Finally, there is rust, dust, and clay. If you ever took a shower and later felt your head itching from dryness, then most likely it is the dust and clay.
Factor #2 – Cleaning substances. Do you simply wash? Do you use shampoo and conditioner? Do you use soap? Do you use all-in-one (body, face, and hair) gel?
All these work to some extent, but if you talk to your barber or hair specialist they will suggest which combination is the best.
While women wash their hair once or twice a week, men like to wash their hair every time they shower… which means once or twice a day.
This means men either load their hair with dirt or deplete their hair from the good stuff that protects the hair.
Growing a good beard is a lifetime quest for many men. However, it should be noted that some men cannot grow a beard based on their genetic makeup.
Certain ethnicities do not grow beards at all. So when this question comes up, first check to see if it is in your history.
Though it is a frequently asked question, the answer to this question is not simple.
Please take time to search “professor Google” and make sure in your search you include your ethnic background.
For some people, it is just a matter of diet. Meaning that they need to include certain foods in their diets and their hair and beard will start flourishing.
But in short, if you have a beard that looks like after all the patches are filled it will look good. Then you probably can grow a beard.
It requires 2 to 3 months of focus. During this time you will let your beard grow wild, but you will tame it by cleaning your beard every day and making sure there is no dirt blocking any pores.
Then you will comb it or brush with a good brush multiple times a day to get rid of any dry skin that is blocking the pores
You also have to apply a good natural or beard oil. Virgin coconut oil is good. But requires should not be left without cleaning as coconut oil tends to absorb dust.
However, if you are cleaning often, then that will be the least of your worries.
There’s something about the beard, that when it grows, it encourages the beard hair next to it to grow… so those empty patches will start to fill up.
Once you start seeing results, do not rush cutting it… corona time was the best time to grow a beard. Many people who could not grow a good beard will attest that what is mentioned here worked for them.
So once your 3 months have reached, do not cut the beard too low. You want the new hair to strengthen.
Keep growing and trimming alternate months. Once your beard is thick… then you can shave… you will see the full beard growing back.
The key point here is cleanliness and a balanced diet.