Master Barber Tip: Moisturize Your Beard

Master Barber Tip: Moisturize Your Beard

May 28, 2020

Why it's important to moisturize your beard with a natural beard oil.

Most people think growing a beard is low maintenance. You just let it grow, leave it alone, and it's all good -- right? Wrong! Along the way, moisturizing your beard is key to getting through the awkward, itchy phase.

During that phase, your beard is soaking up the oils from your face and leaving the skin dry, causing itchiness. Another reason your beard itches in that phase is because the short hairs start to curl back and poke your skin.

Using a beard oil is the best way to combat an itchy beard.

I recommend using a beard oil every morning, or even twice a day, if you feel the itching continue. You’ll notice after the first few days that your beard is soft, smells great, and doesn’t itch or hurt.

To apply, take a few drops and spread the oil into your palms. Rub the oil into your beard making sure it gets all the way down to the skin. Then, use a comb or a brush to style the beard into place and evenly distribute the oil.


ProTip: If you want more control of those whiskers, check out a beard balm. They add the control you need to keep "flyaways" in check so that your beard looks solid and strong all day.

This Natural Beard Care Kit has everything you'll need to keep your beard looking strong, healthy, and itch-free!

Our All Natural Beard Balm can be found HERE.

And our Handmade Beard Oils can be found HERE.



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