Every beardsman deserves to have a beard that looks and feels good. There’s nothing better than a soft and fluffy mane that every woman would love to stroke! While not all of us are gifted with wonderful, bushy facial hair, there are a few things that you can do to make your beard soft as a feather.
It’s best to get a good beard shampoo for your daily grooming routine, because unlike the regular shampoos, it will manage rather than eliminate the oils that moisturise your facial hair. The role of a beard-specific shampoo is to wash away dirt, while leaving and adding natural oils that keep your beard and skin healthy.
While beard shampoo will wash your precious mane, beard conditioner will provide a deep treatment and moisturise your facial hair. That’s why if you have a very dry and flaky beard, we recommend using beard conditioner at least once a week. It will provide better conditions for your facial hair to grow and not to mention, make your hair softer and healthier.
Beard Beard Oil and Balm
Depending on the length and the state of your beard you’ll definitely need to use at least one. If you have a relatively short beard, then you’ll need beard oil. It’s one of the best products to keep your beard moisturised, shiny and soft.
If you have a medium to long beard then we recommend using beard balm. It will not only condition and moisturise your facial hair, but it will also tame it and give it some volume. For the best results we recommend using both.
Beard Butter is like the middleground between beard balm and beard oil – it will condition and nourish the precious mane, while leaving a matte finish, rather than a shiny one. It essentially works very similar to beard oil – the purpose of the product is to nourish and condition the beard to keep it soft and healthy. The main difference though, is that it is more like a cream rather than an oil. We recommend using beard oil or balm in the morning and beard butter in the evening to deep moisturise your facial hair.
The secret to a soft and healthy beard is not as difficult as many might think. All you need are the right products and a little bit of care. Wear you mane with pride and beard on!