So you have grown the beard you have always dreamed of and you may even have associated it with a beautiful mustache, the other men are impressed and life is beautiful.
But it doesn’t stop there.
In fact, the next step – maintaining your impressive look with proper beard grooming – is just as important. It’s like owning a very nice car. Once you have it, do you neglect it because of poor maintenance? Do you forget to wash it for months? Of course not, of course not.
The following is a complete guide on how to maintain a beard. We break it down for you while providing you with the basics of combing, brushing, washing, styling your beard, and more. It’s time to be serious, guys.
Caring For Your Beard
Growing a beard means taking care of it properly. You can take care of your beard all day long with oil and beard balm. You can straighten the bristles with a boar bristle brush and a comb. This will also help to spread the natural oil you produce, sebum, throughout your beard. You can use scissors to trim your beard and mustache, and also get rid of split ends. Keeping it clean is as simple as using a beard wash and fabric softener a few days a week.
Using Beard Oil
As you may have already guessed, it is a type of oil that you use in your beard to naturally balance its moisture. Regular washing keeps dirt away, but it also removes some of the natural oil from your beard. Therefore, beard oil has been developed as a leave-in conditioner designed to balance the natural oils in your beard and on your skin.
We do not use silicones, sulfates or parabens in our oils to give you the best possible result for your beard. Silicones are not inherently bad, but they do coat your beard hair and prevent it from getting the nutrients it needs, as well as requiring more effort and chemicals to remove them. In addition, they mask dry hair and split ends so you only have the illusion of having revitalized hair.