Seasonal Beards – Not So Seasonal After All

Believe it or not, the season of the year can dramatically affect the look, feel and overall health of your facial hair. Our hair is incredibly sensitive to environmental factors like temperature, sun exposure and humidity. For this reason, it's important to maintain good grooming practices all year round while making adjustments depending on the weather.

Here is where you will get some better insight for how to properly care for your beard during each season of the year. This way, you'll be able to avoid common beard-related troubles such as slow growth, excessive itching and split ends.

How to Maintain Your Beard During Each Season of the Year


During this season, hair begins to grow at a slightly slower rate because testosterone levels fall during this time of year. Testosterone is the hormone that's responsible for hair growth. Therefore, if you're attempting to grow a full beard during the spring months, you might have to find a way to increase your testosterone levels naturally. Fortunately, a healthy diet and regular exercise can increase your testosterone levels safely and effectively.


During those hot months, the temptation to shave your beard may be strong. Many men erroneously believe that having one during this time of the season can cause the face to feel too hot beneath all that hair. However, having a full beard keeps you cool during the summer months. It acts as a shady spot for your sensitive skin. Plus, it can block the sun, eliminating the need to wear sunscreen. On the flip side of the coin, you must know that excessive exposure to dry heat and sunlight can rob your facial hair of moisture. Hence, keep your beard hydrated all summer long.


When this season comes around, testosterone levels increase slightly. This means that you may find that your beard is growing at a quicker rate. To make the most of this spike in growth, it's wise to practice good grooming practices to avoid breakage. Keep your beard and face clean and hydrated in order to ensure healthy facial hair.


The old Game of Thrones saying, “Winter is Coming” couldn’t be any truer for your facial hair, as it’s not always friendly. The dry weather and harsh winds can wreak havoc on both your facial skin and your beard. Excessively cold temperatures and a lack of humidity can cause your skin to become irritated, making your beard feel exceptionally itchy. During the winter months, a heavier moisturizer or beard oil is needed in order to prevent dryness. A good exfoliating product will also promote a healthy beard by eliminating the dead skin cells that can accumulate and clog your hair follicles, causing your beard to grow very slowly.

Keep Your Beard Looking Sharp All Season Long

By following these tips, you'll be able to have a healthy beard no matter what time of year it is.

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