It’s not your beard that’s turning red, it’s just the beard dye! There are many reasons why a beard turns red, but luckily there are ways to fix them. Here is an article with some very useful tips for beard care, including how to groom and shave properly.
Main Causes of Red Beards?
Common beard problems and how to fix them: The beard is turning red due to a reaction with hair follicles, beard dye or even the sun. If you are using beard dye make sure that it’s not expired, if your beard comes in contact with chemicals such as chlorine from swimming pools then rinse off immediately and shampoo twice just like after working out at the gym.
Sometimes the reason for a red beard may be because of poor nutrition so try eating more foods rich in antioxidants such as spinach or blueberries. To avoid skin irritations caused by irritation throughout shaving consider making changes such as changing blades regularly depending on how often you shave.
Try lubricating before shaving either with oil-based products such as oil, almond oil etc., though water or beard oil works as well. If you are having trouble growing a beard then consider using beard growth products such as beard oils, balms and conditioners to encourage facial hair growth.
One cause is if your beard was damaged by chemicals or harsh dyes which can turn the beard red over time due to oxidization (when oxygen interacts with the cells.) Another reason why some men develop this type of reaction could be because they have sensitive skin that reacts badly when exposed to certain elements like chemical compounds found in shampoo, soap etc., so just simply changing these products might help fix it completely. Remember not all shampoos suit everyone’s hair type.
I Don’t Want a Red Beard, What Can I Do?
What if it’s Still Turning Red After All These Solutions? If you are still having issues with your beard turning red after trying all these solutions then make sure that none of them were caused by a medical problem such as skin conditions, allergies or even diseases like rosacea which is a common cause for a red beard.
Since this can be serious make sure to see a doctor immediately especially if there is any discomfort associated with the facial hair changes. Make an appointment at your local dermatologist office! You will most likely need prescription medication from your dermatologist to help you get rid of beard redness.
- beard dyes that are expired or not the right type for your beard color
- allergies to certain foods, chemicals etc. which leads to a reaction on facial hair and skin
- rosacea is an issue with sensitive skin causing irritation when exposed to irritants such as harsh beard dye, chemical compounds found in products like shampoo, soap etc., so make sure its not this before doing anything else!
If these don’t work then it could be due to medical reasons. See a dermatologist immediately if there is any discomfort associated with change in facial hair/skin tone/texture! They will need medication from your doctor for treatment! I hope this article has helped you figure out why your beard is turning red.
- dermatologist if beard dye causes reaction
- hair follicles react when they come into contact with chemicals like chlorine
- eating more foods rich in antioxidants such as spinach or blueberries can help beard growth and keep skin healthy by reducing inflammation which helps prevent beard irritation!
Is there anything else that may influence the hue of my beard?
Caused by medical reasons like skin conditions, allergies or diseases harsh beard dye that can cause irritation to hair follicles and beard after extended use. Some chemicals in products like shampoo, soap etc. may also be the culprit!
Redness of beard due to oxidation (when oxygen interacts with cells) caused by expired beard dye, harsh dyes for beard color not suited to your natural shade/tone such as black when you already have a brown beard.
What if it’s still turning red after all these solutions? If you are still having issues with your beard turning red after trying all of these solutions then make sure none of them were caused by medical problems such as skin conditions, allergies or diseases like rosacea which is common for this type of reaction on facial hair/skin tone/texture! Since this could be serious see a doctor immediately especially when there is discomfort associated with any changes in facial hair color etc.
I hope this article has helped you figure out why your beard is turning red! If it continues contact doctor immediately if there’s any discomfort associated with change in facial hair tone/texture since could be serious issue causing reaction on facial hair and skin!