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5 Benefits of Beards

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5 Benefits of Beards

Have you been thinking about taking a break from your razor? It might be a really good idea, it not only speed ups your morning routine but also keeps you looking younger, naturally moisturized, and cancer free, yep, getting a beard comes with a lot of benefits such as the following:

5 Benefits of Beards

1. Sun Protection
Beards block up to 95% of the sun’s UV rays, which can play a huge role in preventing basal-cell carcinomas, which is the most common form of all cancers.

2. Blemish-Free Skin
Razor rash, acne, and folliculitis are often the result of shaving, therefore foregoing the razor doesn’t just hide blemishes it actually prevents them, razors can irritate the skin or even spread bacteria, causing an infection of the hair follicle.

3. More Masculinity
The more facial hair a man has, the more masculine both men and women perceive him to be, according to research published in Evolution and Human Behavior.

4. Natural Moisture
Your face has its own built-in moisturizing regimen, known as sebaceous glands (oil glands for short) which secrete a natural oil that helps keep skin moisturized.
A thick beard not only prevents you from rubbing it off of your face, it also protects the face from wind exposure, which leads to redness and dryness.

5. Trapped Allergens
Your nose hairs trap pollutants that could actually cause your body harm, therefore the more hair you have under your airways, the more pollutants you’re snaring every day.


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