Quick Tips: Use a quality beard soap, thoroughly wash and rinse your beard and the skin underneath. Follow that up with a thoughtful conditioning regimen.
There are many things you can do to maintain your beard. Over the next few blog posts, we’ll examine a multi-step care regimen that works on beards of any length.
A quality beard care regimen starts with washing your beard. This may not be a new idea to most of you, but some obvious questions arise.
Why do you need to wash your beard?
Whether or not you still have hair on the top of your head, it’s important to make a conscious effort to care for your beard, not just because of your beard health, but the health of your skin that covered by that glorious mane.
Washing your beard helps clear out microorganisms that cause itching and flaking. It is vitally important to keep your beard hairs healthy and hydrated. Your beard does a lot for your face by protecting it from the sun’s UV rays as well as buffering it from the elements. All this hard work can quickly lead to a dehydrated, unhealthy, and sad-looking beard.
How should you wash your beard?
You should wash your beard with warm water as it opens up the pores on your face to better receive the life giving hydration. We sell an excellent Every Day Beard Soap made with ingredients that clean and hydrate.
How often should you wash your beard?
As to the question of how often you should wash your beard the answers will vary by personal preference. Be sure to check out one of our prior blog, How Often Should I Wash My Beard Or Moustache. The bottom line is that you should start with HOW to properly wash your beard, then you can figure out HOW OFTEN you like to do that. Because of the quality ingredients in our Every Day Beard Soap, you can feel comfortable washing your beard every day.After washing, it is important to apply a leave in conditioner, and in the proper fashion. Stay tuned for Part Two in this series where we’ll discuss how to properly oil your beard.
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