How to Stimulate Beard Growth - How to Use a Derma Roller and Minoxidil

How to Stimulate Beard Growth - How to Use a Derma Roller and Minoxidil

A derma roller is a small handheld device that has small needles on it rolled over the area of skin to create tiny injuries. Minoxidil is a drug that can be used to stimulate hair follicles. Many men like to combine these together to help with beard growth.

Derma roller

The process of using a derma roller and minoxidil together is called Rogaine (minoxidil) therapy. The idea behind this therapy is to cause micro-injuries on the scalp through the use of the derma roller, which stimulates hair follicles and increases blood circulation near the skin surface. This should result in thicker hair growth and reduced shedding.

In order for Rogaine (minoxidil) therapy to work, you need to apply it twice every day for at least two months before you will notice any results.

Man with a thick beard volume

Will Rogaine (Minoxidil) Therapy Help Grow My Beard Faster?

In the last few years, there has been a surge in companies developing hair growth products. One of the most popular and well-known products is Rogaine (Minoxidil) Therapy.

Rogaine is an FDA-approved hair growth medication that is applied to the scalp two times daily to stimulate hair follicles and promote hair growth. But, did you know that some men are getting results applying it to their beard>

Rogaine was initially approved by the FDA in 1989.  But it was originally developed for high blood pressure patients during World War II. It helps improve blood flow.  It also helps relax the smooth muscles, which can help with blood pressure. In 1989, it was approved as a topical treatment for hair loss.  This led to its current application on the scalp and beard area.

If you have a thin beard or a beard that doesn’t want to grow as it should, why not try a derma roller and minoxidil and see if it helps? You really have nothing to lose but everything to gain.

Supercharge volume and length by using Rogaine and Castlebeard together after washing and drying your beard.


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