With a great beard comes great responsibility – keeping your beard clean and healthy. When growing out your beard, you may think that it’s lower maintenance than shaving every day but if you want to keep your beard clean and healthy, there are a few things you should be doing. Afterall, your beard is one of the first things anyone who meets you will see. Make a great first impression by following the steps below.
1. Keep your beard and neckline trimmed.
An unruly beard can make for a very manly look – or it can turn the average gentleman into a looking like a disheveled mess. By keeping your beard and neckline trimmed, you will look like a proper gentleman
Make sure you’re using the right tools when trimming your beard – an electric trimmer may be faster, but scissors and a comb provide more control and you’ll be less likely to accidentally trim off too much. Invest in a quality beard comb and scissors, so you can always keep your beard looking fresh and proper.
2. Use a beard brush.
Beard hairs are often curlier than hair on your scalp, which means they are more prone to knotting. Use a quality beard brush to loosen the snags – as an added benefit, it will start “training” your beard hairs to lay in the direction you brush. A beard brush will also remove any loose debris left in your beard for an extra clean look.
3. Wash your beard with beard soap.
Regular body soap can be hard on your beard, leaving your face dry and flaky. Our two-in-one Beard & Body Soap removes dirt, oil, and other impurities from your skin AND beard, leaving your face feeling smooth and hydrated.
During your shower, just massage this bar into your wet beard until a lather is produced. Work the lather thoroughly into the beard and skin. Rinse and enjoy!
4. Dry your beard carefully.
Do you ever find split ends in your beard after a shower? If your beard is not dried gently, it can leave you with a lackluster beard. The key is to have patience - pat your beard dry with a clean towel.
5. Get a good nights sleep
It may sound bizarre, but studies show that losing sleep can slow down your beard growth. If you want to keep new, healthy beard hairs growing – make sure you’re getting a good nights sleep each and every night.
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