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Minoxidil Beard Growth: Before And After

Minoxidil is well-known as an effective treatment for scalp hair growth. But research suggests it can also visibly improve beard growth within just 4 months [1]. So what do the…

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How To Fix Beard Bald Spots

In 2022, beards are a mainstream facial feature. And with the beard grooming market expected to grow almost 40% by 2026, this doesn’t look like that’s going to change any…

The Complete Beard Grooming Guide

You’ve probably noticed in recent years that beards are back. In a big way. But this time, they’re different. That's why you need the ultimate beard grooming guide. Gone are…

What Your Beard Says About You

What Your Beard Says About You

Beards have been on trend for the last few years. And with styles ranging from full beards to stubble to horseshoe moustaches, this trend doesn't look like it's going anywhere.…

How Natural-looking Is A Beard Transplant?

Do Beard Transplants Look Natural?

Like good dental work, tailoring or a professional shave, achieving a full, effortlessly groomed beard depends on the skill and experience of your beard transplant surgeon. Getting a natural-looking beard…

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The rise in popularity of beard transplants

Hair transplants have been popular for many years now, creating incredible results in individuals who otherwise would have been left to face the consequences of widespread hair loss. But the technology has now become more diverse and instead of just transplanting the hairs on the scalp, there’s a growing demand for a different type of surgery: beard transplants. Although a lesser problem than scalp hair loss, more and more men are starting to recognise that they don’t have to put up with a disappointing beard growth and can instead have a transplant. We take a closer look at beard transplants, including what they are and their rise in popularity.