Individuals can experience vastly different hair growth rates. Some men are able to grow a full beard in a few days, whereas it may take other men several months to accumulate the same degree of growth. If your chin hair grows slowly, an attempt at a beard or goatee can look a bit foolish. There are, however, several things you can do to encourage your chin hair to grow more quickly. While you may not be able to drastically alter your hair growth cycle, you will notice some improvement with regular care.


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Consume protein. Since hair is primarily protein, it will grow more quickly if you up your protein consumption. Those who are protein-deficient often experience thinning hair or stunted hair growth. You can find protein in meat, nuts, dairy, beans, and soy products.

Massage your chin. Use firm circulation motions to rub your chin for two minutes; do this multiple times per day. Massage increases circulation so nutrients and blood can reach the hair follicles in the area more easily. Since the hair follicles will be better nourished, hair growth rates will improve.

Take vitamin supplements. While you should get as many nutrients as possible from fresh food, supplements can aid your chin’s ability to grow hair more quickly. Vitamins A, B3, B6, and E all encourage hair growth rates. You can take each supplement individually or opt for a multivitamin which includes them all.

Exfoliate your chin. Use a facial scrub on your chin at least twice per week. This removes dead skin cells from the surface of your skin, thereby allowing hair to more easily grow in the area. If you don’t exfoliate, dead skin cells may be blocking your hair follicles and preventing new growth.

Try biotin. Biotin is a dietary supplement which encourages hair growth. You can find it in most health and drug stores. Follow the recommended dosage and take 2.5 milligrams daily.

Rub a thin layer of eucalyptus oil to your chin. This natural treatment is used to stimulate the epidermis. The stimulation encourages the hair follicles to act more efficiently, thereby increasing hair growth rates.

Rest. Stress can seriously impede hair growth, resulting in thinner and weaker hair. Likewise, a lack of sleep interferes with your body’s ability to grow hair in a healthy manner. Get at least seven hours of sleep nightly. Use relaxation techniques such as meditation and deep breathing to manage your stress levels.