Growing a Beard is Healthy for You

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Find out how your beard protects your health and wellness in the short and long-term!

Facial hair has been pretty hot for a couple of years now, but it turns out that scientists may have recently discovered that beards can actually help you with your short and long-term health.

Sure, that sounds a little bit crazy at first blush – how could some whiskers on your face help protect you from disease and illness, right – but these studies are pretty legit and the conclusions they’ve come to are pretty concrete.

Below we highlight just a couple of reasons you want to consider letting your beard growth go a little longer, building up a little bit of extra “hair armor” that beard men get to enjoy versus those that go clean-shaven.

Let’s dig right in!

Beards Protect You from the Sun

Right out of the gate, you’ll be glad to know that a bit of extra beard growth will help protect you from the harmful rays of the sun and the UV damage that can wreak havoc on your skin.

Dermatologists are in almost unanimous agreement that a beard man is going to have significantly more protection against these damaging rays, and against chronic sun damage that can cause a spotty complexion, wrinkles, and other issues – including advanced aging – that clean-shaven men are going to have to contend with.

Mix in a little bit of beard oil growth designed specifically to moisturize and replenish your skin and your beard and you get even more protection, too.

Facial Hair Acts like an Air Filter for Your Lungs

Believe it or not, your beard growth is going to be able to protect your lungs and your respiratory system from dangerous toxins, dust, dirt, debris, and other particulates that could wreak havoc on your body from the inside out.

Research stretching back as far as 1875 shows that your beard works as an air filter for your lungs, helping to capture particles before they get sucked into your respiratory system. Now, this will mean that you’re going to want to use a beard comb and some beard wash products to scrub your facial hair every now and again. But a little bit of beard maintenance every now and again is a much better alternative than dealing with the disease or illness that could have occurred otherwise.

Beards Fight Back Against Acne and Other Skin Issues

Regular shaving has the potential to wreak havoc on your skin, creating openings down in your pores that can lead to zits, acne, ingrown hairs, and more – all of which will cause quite a bit of problems for your complexion.

By growing out of beard and shaving a lot less frequently you won’t to worry about those issues quite as much. Instead you’ll be able to enjoy a complexion and facial skin that is better protected from the elements, better protected from dirt and debris, and certainly better moisturized when you’re using a quality beard wash or beard oil growth concoction.

As you can see, there are some pretty big benefits – aside from looking fantastic – that growing a healthy beard brings to the table.

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nadavnadler

Nadav is the founder of NomadBeard. He is a passionate travel, digital nomad, spiritual life couch and of course, he has a beard.

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Ever since Nadav was a child he wanted a beard. Puberty hit pretty quickly and he walked proudly with his first goatee. Surely after a full facial hair grew and remained there ever since. 

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