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Vjkk vjkf,

If anyone can give some advice I'd appreciate it. Im having an issue where my mustache/dhari is growing/grown alot more on right hand side of face so it looks a bit odd. Im in mid 20's so dont think it is about waiting for it to grow out. I sometimes get thoughts of trimming etc which i really dont want to do so If anyone can give some tips please?

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You need proper hydration and good balanced diet consisting of omega oils and vitamins.

Use oil on your beard everyday....specifically ones that contain almond oil, jojoba oil, rosemary oil and cedar wood oil. These will stimulate growth and strengthen hair. If there is a fungal infection reason why it's not growing then you will need to use antifungal shampoos + conditioners. 

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VJKK VJKF

You must not cut it! Whether you are a boy or a girl it cannot be done! Just remember the Shaheed Singhs who'd much rather give their life than cut it. It doesn't matter how you look but follow what the Guru says and don't fall into the trap of being manmat. (I am not saying you are manmat.) I understand that it is harder for girls but it is also hard for boys aswell. We need to forget about other people but we need to think about what the Guru thinks of our actions.

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On 15/11/2017 at 9:55 AM, Guest Student said:

Vjkk vjkf,

If anyone can give some advice I'd appreciate it. Im having an issue where my mustache/dhari is growing/grown alot more on right hand side of face so it looks a bit odd. Im in mid 20's so dont think it is about waiting for it to grow out. I sometimes get thoughts of trimming etc which i really dont want to do so If anyone can give some tips please?

put castor oil/coconut oil on lagging side , it will catch up

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On 16/11/2017 at 1:24 PM, jkvlondon said:

put castor oil/coconut oil on lagging side , it will catch up

know any remedies for an itchy beard penji? mine itches like crazy and thats not really safe in the lab.

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15 minutes ago, Kira said:

know any remedies for an itchy beard penji? mine itches like crazy and thats not really safe in the lab.

  1. Medium growth: Medium growth starts by the age of 19-21. One can observe a steady growth in the length of the beard and reduction of the patches. This is also the phase when the beard starts losing moisture and makes the facial scalp itchy and scratchy.

         Beard Care:

  • The beard starts losing moisture post bath. So the ideal time to apply a beard oil as soon as you step out of your bath.
  • While applying the beard oil start by massaging the facial scalp and then the beard. This helps to spread the oil across the facial scalp and reduces itching.
  • If one wants to set their beard they can apply a small quality of a good beard gel, beard balm or spray. Make sure that the styling gel/spray/balm is applied only after the beard oil has been applied. The beard oil being natural will protect the facial pores from harmful chemicals.
  • At the end of day, wash your beard with a lukewarm water and beard wash. The beard wash will help to wash the dirt, sweat and chemical acquired from the styling gels and sprays as well as condition the beard.

https://www.singhstyled.com/blogs/singhs-journal/115253703-beardsmen-with-great-beard-comes-great-responsibility

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5 minutes ago, simran345 said:
  1. Medium growth: Medium growth starts by the age of 19-21. One can observe a steady growth in the length of the beard and reduction of the patches. This is also the phase when the beard starts losing moisture and makes the facial scalp itchy and scratchy.

         Beard Care:

  • The beard starts losing moisture post bath. So the ideal time to apply a beard oil as soon as you step out of your bath.
  • While applying the beard oil start by massaging the facial scalp and then the beard. This helps to spread the oil across the facial scalp and reduces itching.
  • If one wants to set their beard they can apply a small quality of a good beard gel, beard balm or spray. Make sure that the styling gel/spray/balm is applied only after the beard oil has been applied. The beard oil being natural will protect the facial pores from harmful chemicals.
  • At the end of day, wash your beard with a lukewarm water and beard wash. The beard wash will help to wash the dirt, sweat and chemical acquired from the styling gels and sprays as well as condition the beard.

https://www.singhstyled.com/blogs/singhs-journal/115253703-beardsmen-with-great-beard-comes-great-responsibility

Thank you penji ^_^^_^

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28 minutes ago, Kira said:

know any remedies for an itchy beard penji?

Get a good beard shampoo bro. Don't ever use shampoo made for your head, too harsh. Personally I use one made by By My Beard which I randomly spotted in a chemist. It's a bargain and doesn't irritate my face. You can use oil if you wish but it doesn't always do the trick - it depends on your skin. After washing, pat dry your beard and try using 'Simple Rich Replenshing Moisturiser' in place of the oil, it's definitely rich and has an ever so slightly greasy feel to it but not enough to annoy you or for it to appear greasy.

Try the above, it's worked brilliantly for me.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/By-My-Beard-Shampoo-300ml/dp/B01EELQ05O/ref=sr_1_8_s_it?s=beauty&ie=UTF8&qid=1511025833&sr=1-8&keywords=by+my+beard

^^ They have a good selection of products but I haven't tried any of the others.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Simple-Kind-Replenishing-Moisturiser-125ml/dp/B014G4ZW1M/ref=sr_1_1_s_it?ie=UTF8&qid=1511025904&sr=1-1&keywords=simple+rich+moisturiser

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1 hour ago, MrDoaba said:

Get a good beard shampoo bro. Don't ever use shampoo made for your head, too harsh. Personally I use one made by By My Beard which I randomly spotted in a chemist. It's a bargain and doesn't irritate my face. You can use oil if you wish but it doesn't always do the trick - it depends on your skin. After washing, pat dry your beard and try using 'Simple Rich Replenshing Moisturiser' in place of the oil, it's definitely rich and has an ever so slightly greasy feel to it but not enough to annoy you or for it to appear greasy.

Try the above, it's worked brilliantly for me.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/By-My-Beard-Shampoo-300ml/dp/B01EELQ05O/ref=sr_1_8_s_it?s=beauty&ie=UTF8&qid=1511025833&sr=1-8&keywords=by+my+beard

^^ They have a good selection of products but I haven't tried any of the others.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Simple-Kind-Replenishing-Moisturiser-125ml/dp/B014G4ZW1M/ref=sr_1_1_s_it?ie=UTF8&qid=1511025904&sr=1-1&keywords=simple+rich+moisturiser

will try it, dont know why its suddenly started, never had this issue.

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8 minutes ago, Kira said:

will try it, dont know why its suddenly started, never had this issue.

Do you handle chemicals in the lab?

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3 hours ago, Kira said:

know any remedies for an itchy beard penji? mine itches like crazy and thats not really safe in the lab.

you getting any eczema as well ?

is it worse when sweating or when it's been washed ?

if you look at the pores are they red or fluid filled?

Flakes or greasy at base of hair?

are your eyebrows flaky too?

 

You could get weleda chamomilla bodywash/shampoo from babies aisle to wash dhardi  and Aveeno baby moisturizer if it's really dry and irritated to start off .

Or 

Go full purataan singh stylee and use dahin , the lactic acid and bacillus are good for skin

could be soap been reformulated without notice , cheapskates are forever doing it ... 

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12 hours ago, jkvlondon said:

you getting any eczema as well ?

is it worse when sweating or when it's been washed ?

if you look at the pores are they red or fluid filled?

Flakes or greasy at base of hair?

are your eyebrows flaky too?

 

You could get weleda chamomilla bodywash/shampoo from babies aisle to wash dhardi  and Aveeno baby moisturizer if it's really dry and irritated to start off .

Or 

Go full purataan singh stylee and use dahin , the lactic acid and bacillus are good for skin

could be soap been reformulated without notice , cheapskates are forever doing it ... 

Nope to the eczema,, and usually when its totally dry, im not really flakey but ill use your methods thank you :) 

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50 minutes ago, Premi5 said:

Does tying beard cause beard hair to become longer?

no , it's more likely to cause traction alopecia

 

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