New Men's Beard Growth Vitamins - Koils by Nature

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New Men's Beard Growth Vitamin 

We care about your beard (or your man’s beard) as much as you do! That’s exactly why we’ve gathered all the most trusted nutritionists and hair specialists to launch our very first Men’s beard growth vitamin.


After studying and experimenting with a variety of vitamins, minerals and herbs, we’ve narrowed down our list to the top vitamins that promote beard growth. The six finalists are made up of: vitamin A, vitamin E, Foliate, Biotin, Vitamin C, and Saw Palmetto. Let’s have a closer look at each of these vitamins and minerals to understand just how each stimulates beard hair growth. Then thin patchy beard hair will soon be an issue of the past and you can finally rock the beard of your dreams.


Vitamin A and Facial Hair Growth

Vitamin A plays a key role in promoting sebum production in the body. Sebum is responsible for keeping the hairs well nourished and moisturized. When you don't wash your beard or hair frequently enough, your hair may retain too much sebum, which is why the hair appears greasy after a few days without washing. But, what we want to focus on is healthy hair growth here. A healthy balance of Vitamin A promotes new hair growth that is less prone to breakage or thinning because the hair is well conditioned with the natural oil produced by your very own body.


Vitamin E and your beard

Vitamin E goes well beyond your beard growth, but is also important for your overall skin and hair. You’ll notice vitamin e is a key ingredient in many hair care and skin care products. That's because it aids in blood circulation, which helps clear the path for oxygen, vitamins and minerals to move through the body and to the very base of the hair follicle. Proper blood circulation helps promote healthy hair growth around the face and scalp. Healthy follicles deliver healthy beard hair, it’s truly as simple as that.


Folate for hair growth

Folate, also known as B9, or folic acid when synthesized into a vitamin or supplement. When one does not have enough folate in their system, they can experience issues in both the hair and skin. An increased intake of folate can stimulate natural beard hair growth and healthy cell generation. Cell generation is an important factor here because as the cell division process quickens so does new hair growth. In this case many men and women turn to folate for hair growth, but in women’s case, they take it for the hair on their head, not on their face, in most cases anyway. But our guess is, you care as much about the hair on your head as you do about the hair on your face. And let’s just say, these vitamins will provide an overall satisfaction for your facial hair and the hair on your head. It's a two birds and one stone situation here. 


Biotin Beard Growth

Biotin, also known as B7, plays a special role in beard hair growth. It works at promoting the synthesis of keratin in the body. Biotin enhances not only beard hair growth, but healthy skin and nails as well. Many men turn to biotin when their beard hair grows in too thin, or grows in with a patchy appearance. Stronger nails are just an added benefit. 


Vitamin C for healthy beard hair growth

Vitamin C is pretty well known for its healthy effects on the immune system. You know when you’re getting sick, sore throat, runny nose, and someone recommends orange juice as a quick fix remedy? This is the vitamin C bit, and its antioxidant power. Furthermore, vitamin c works at flushing toxins out of the body, for a cleaner and healthier blood flow. Vitamin c will both nourish the hair follicle and help stimulate thicker hair growth. 


Saw Palmetto for hair growth

Saw Palmetto, may be the most obscure vitamin on our list. For those of you who aren’t familiar with Saw Palmetto, Sal Palmetto is actually an herb sourced from berries. Many believe Saw Palmetto will slow down hair loss from those who have alopecia. It does this by inhibiting DHT which is the main contributor for androgenic alopecia. And, the interesting feature of Saw Palmetto, is that it can work both orally or, topically. So, if you’re not crazy about ingesting your supplements, you can apply this one directly over your hair follicles!


Takeaway

We believe the first place to start, whenever you’re experiencing issues with the body, skin, hair or mood, is all in your diet. We know how tempting quick fixes can be to our problems, but if you want to see long lasting changes, you should start with your diet and then work from there. Our beard growth supplement has all the essential vitamins one needs to grow in strong and healthy beard hair. Because, believe it or not, your beautiful beard hair is just as important to us as the healthy and stylized hair growing in on your head!


Let us know what sort of troubles you’ve been experiencing with your beard, we’d love to hear from you and share our insight with you! 

New Men's Beard Growth Vitamin 

We care about your beard (or your man’s beard) as much as you do! That’s exactly why we’ve gathered all the most trusted nutritionists and hair specialists to launch our very first Men’s beard growth vitamin.


After studying and experimenting with a variety of vitamins, minerals and herbs, we’ve narrowed down our list to the top vitamins that promote beard growth. The six finalists are made up of: vitamin A, vitamin E, Foliate, Biotin, Vitamin C, and Saw Palmetto. Let’s have a closer look at each of these vitamins and minerals to understand just how each stimulates beard hair growth. Then thin patchy beard hair will soon be an issue of the past and you can finally rock the beard of your dreams.


Vitamin A and Facial Hair Growth

Vitamin A plays a key role in promoting sebum production in the body. Sebum is responsible for keeping the hairs well nourished and moisturized. When you don't wash your beard or hair frequently enough, your hair may retain too much sebum, which is why the hair appears greasy after a few days without washing. But, what we want to focus on is healthy hair growth here. A healthy balance of Vitamin A promotes new hair growth that is less prone to breakage or thinning because the hair is well conditioned with the natural oil produced by your very own body.


Vitamin E and your beard

Vitamin E goes well beyond your beard growth, but is also important for your overall skin and hair. You’ll notice vitamin e is a key ingredient in many hair care and skin care products. That's because it aids in blood circulation, which helps clear the path for oxygen, vitamins and minerals to move through the body and to the very base of the hair follicle. Proper blood circulation helps promote healthy hair growth around the face and scalp. Healthy follicles deliver healthy beard hair, it’s truly as simple as that.


Folate for hair growth

Folate, also known as B9, or folic acid when synthesized into a vitamin or supplement. When one does not have enough folate in their system, they can experience issues in both the hair and skin. An increased intake of folate can stimulate natural beard hair growth and healthy cell generation. Cell generation is an important factor here because as the cell division process quickens so does new hair growth. In this case many men and women turn to folate for hair growth, but in women’s case, they take it for the hair on their head, not on their face, in most cases anyway. But our guess is, you care as much about the hair on your head as you do about the hair on your face. And let’s just say, these vitamins will provide an overall satisfaction for your facial hair and the hair on your head. It's a two birds and one stone situation here. 


Biotin Beard Growth

Biotin, also known as B7, plays a special role in beard hair growth. It works at promoting the synthesis of keratin in the body. Biotin enhances not only beard hair growth, but healthy skin and nails as well. Many men turn to biotin when their beard hair grows in too thin, or grows in with a patchy appearance. Stronger nails are just an added benefit. 


Vitamin C for healthy beard hair growth

Vitamin C is pretty well known for its healthy effects on the immune system. You know when you’re getting sick, sore throat, runny nose, and someone recommends orange juice as a quick fix remedy? This is the vitamin C bit, and its antioxidant power. Furthermore, vitamin c works at flushing toxins out of the body, for a cleaner and healthier blood flow. Vitamin c will both nourish the hair follicle and help stimulate thicker hair growth. 


Saw Palmetto for hair growth

Saw Palmetto, may be the most obscure vitamin on our list. For those of you who aren’t familiar with Saw Palmetto, Sal Palmetto is actually an herb sourced from berries. Many believe Saw Palmetto will slow down hair loss from those who have alopecia. It does this by inhibiting DHT which is the main contributor for androgenic alopecia. And, the interesting feature of Saw Palmetto, is that it can work both orally or, topically. So, if you’re not crazy about ingesting your supplements, you can apply this one directly over your hair follicles!


Takeaway

We believe the first place to start, whenever you’re experiencing issues with the body, skin, hair or mood, is all in your diet. We know how tempting quick fixes can be to our problems, but if you want to see long lasting changes, you should start with your diet and then work from there. Our beard growth supplement has all the essential vitamins one needs to grow in strong and healthy beard hair. Because, believe it or not, your beautiful beard hair is just as important to us as the healthy and stylized hair growing in on your head!


Let us know what sort of troubles you’ve been experiencing with your beard, we’d love to hear from you and share our insight with you! 

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