Halloween should be scary, not your beard. Here are 4 tricks to turn your beard into a real treat:
Keep it clean. Ghouls and goblins are afoot today. Your beard is bound to acquire some ghostly residue (and environmental toxins) tonight. Wash your beard before bed and keep those apparitions from haunting you past All Hallows' Eve.
The Trick:Wash your beard twice a week The Treat: A beard free of terrifying residue/freaky smells
Hydrate or die. While your blood may run cold today, the cooling temperatures are preparing to wreak havoc on your skin. Autumn is the beginning of beard itch and beardruff season. This is especially true for men with stubble / shorter beards. Fortunately this threat is easily subdued with a hydrating Facial Moisturizer & Beard Conditioner.
Make Edward Sissorhands proud. While beards grow an average of half an inch per month, not all follicles grow at the same rate. Keep your beard looking tight with weekly trims. This can be done by hand with scissors or utilizing electric clippers. No need to go crazy, just take care of those possessed beard hairs that have gone rouge.
The Trick: Lightly trim your beard weekly The Treat: A well shaped beard free of split ends
Quality beard oil can be an amazing, versatile product that does much more than enhance your beard. Below are our five favorite unconventional uses for your premium beard oil. A few might make you blush...
Sunscreens are topical products that absorb or reflect some of the sun’s damaging ultraviolet radiation. Because of this, they help protect against premature aging and skin cancer. There are two primary types of sunscreen: organic and mineral.
It is that time of year again: the temperature drops, the heaters come on and you notice your skin itching more than usual. Have a beard? You probably notice that man mane is feeling drier than you’d like. Why does our skin and beard dry out during the winter, and how can we stop that dry, flaky, itchy skin?