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"Love Thy Beard Care"

1.       Wash it Regularly

o   This is especially important in the early stages of growth, when trapped food and skin cells can exacerbate the itchiness. Scrub your beard several times each week. If you don’t wash your beard, you’ll dry it out and the skin beneath. Use a moisturizing shampoo to prevent the hair from getting brittle

2.       Love Thy Beard Oil

o   The first step to quality beard care is to take care of your skin. This is where the rubber meets the road. With healthy skin comes healthy, thicker hair

o   Beard Oil easily penetrates through the hair to moisturizes and heal the skin

o   Remember what you put on your skin gets absorbed directly into your blood stream. Use clean products which will not clog your pores

3.       Learn to Train Your Beard

o   Use a beard balm and mustache wax to keep your beard and mustache shaped and in control it so food and your ladies touch can still penetrate your protective barrior. The beard balm and wax will also moisturize, soften, and protect your beard

o   Remember what you put on your skin gets absorbed directly into your blood stream. Use clean products which will not clog your pores

4.       Trim it

o   Even if you grow your beard long, we recommends a trim every two months. It's like getting rid of split ends in your hair. If you’re keeping it short, trim your beard every few weeks or so

5.       Have the right tools

o   Men know using the right tools for the right job is the key to success. Use a sharp and well oiled beard trimmer or sharpened scissors and comb

6.       Keep it Healthy

                        o   Eat a healthy diet. There are no special foods that will improve beard growth. But a balanced, healthy diet is good in general for hair and skin. Remember                             what mom said, “you are what you eat”

                      o  Eat with care. How do you keep your lunch out of your beard? Use a mustache wax to train your mustache away from your mouth before eating

                      o  Do not pick at it. It’s tempting to twist and pull on your beard. While stroking it can give you an air of sophistication, be careful not to pull or tug on your                                  beard which will damage the hair follicle