As scruffy men, beards are one of our most prized assets as they are part of our identity. But of course, it can take lots of patience and care to achieve our glorious trademark scruff. If you’re a true beard lover, then you might want to learn everything there is to know about your facial hair. Have you ever thought of looking up some fun facts about your beloved beard? If you haven’t, then you might find the following beard facts hilarious.
You’re overdue for a haircut– but you just remembered that one of the many businesses closed due to COVID-19 is your local barbershop. You’re not alone. Since the start of the pandemic, the daily lives of bearded men have been impacted in many ways. Let’s take a look below.
Let's face it, nobody wants to age faster – most of us will do whatever we can just to look younger, right? Everyone wishes to fight wrinkly skin and fine lines, however, other symptoms of ageing, such as gray hair and beard, do not have the same stigma attached. This raises the question whether you should dye your gray hair or whether you should embrace your silver fox look and rock it.
Yes, coconut oil can be beneficial for your skin and beard. Coconut oil is extracted from young and mature coconuts, and contains about 90% saturated fat. With its fatty acids, it's known to improve immune function and reduce inflammation. In fact, coconut oil has a lot of benefits.
For over 15 years, the month of November has been dubbed as Movember. It has become the reason for men to ditch their razors and let their facial hair grow for a month. The celebration of Movember started in 2004 in Australia, led by the Movember Foundation (a non-profit organization). The goal is to raise awareness for testicular and prostate cancers. Ever since it was founded, the foundation has raised more than $911 million to fund over 1,200 programs focused on physical inactivity, mental health issues, testicular cancer, and prostate cancer.