The biggest problem happening to gentlemen that are growing their beards out is that dreaded beard itch. It stops a lot of potential beard growers dead in their tracks leading immediately to shaving everything off just to get rid of that itch. Well we don’t want that to happen to anyone. No matter what stage of beard growth you are in that itch can creep up and ruin your day. How can you get rid of it?
Moisturize your beard
Often times your beard is seriously lacking in moisture and it’s drying the skin out underneath. Your skin’s health is super important during a beards life. Just because you can’t see it doesn’t mean you shouldn’t take care of it.
After washing your beard use a moisturizing agent. This could be a beard oil, a beard balm or a lotion applied to the hair. Ensure the skin underneath is being hit with the product. That is key. Brush daily after application of beard oil to help train hairs to grow in the direction you want them. Not does this help with styling later on but also prevents ingrown hairs from emerging.
Always keep the beard clean, moisturized and brushed. This will help fight the beard itch.
GIVE THE BEARD A HEALTHY LOOK
Beard oil also softens the hair and helps make it do it what you want. It’s the perfect tamer for the beard. Think of it as a lotion or conditioner for the hair that eliminates frizz and roughness. Your beard will look healthy and feel healthy with a shine that will tell everyone you care. Not only will you look great you’ll feel great knowing that the oil is actually ensuring your beard’s health and not just appearing to work.
With repeated applications of beard oil and brushing, the hair will naturally begin to show signs of renewed health and happiness. The natural oils in your beard will enrichen your hair the more you brush and stimulate it. At the same time the beard oil will relax and soften the beard making it manageable and pleasant to run your fingers through.
Directions: Use the included dropper to apply some fine oil in the palms of your hands and spread evenly. Follow by applying directly to beard to condition and moisturize.