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How to Make Your Beard Soft

By Stephen Condon

How to Make Your Beard Soft

For years, men spent hundreds of dollars a year on razors and shaving cream to keep up with the never-ending demand of a close shave.

But in recent years, beards have made a resurgence. Men have anchored the beard back into popular culture. People find beards, sexy and the men who sport them dapper.

But if your beard is rough, it can be a real turn off. Ready to learn how to make your beard soft? Read on.

Why Is Your Beard Rough?

Your beard, like the hair on your head, has to be taken care of in order to be soft.

One of the biggest factors that make for a rough beard is trimming too often. When you cut the ends of your hair, you make them sharp and abrasive. If these ends become split, then your beard will also look unruly. Use sharp scissors and be gentle when you trim it.

Another reason your beard may not be how you want it is your diet. Your hair needs the right vitamins to grow luscious and strong. Make sure that you eat a variety of fruits and vegetables and eat quality oils like olive oil and coconut oil.

If you want to really step up your game, then you should consider taking supplements like omega-3.

Another time beards become rough is when they don't receive the proper moisture. We'll talk about the products you need to make that happen later on.

How to Make Your Beard Soft

In order to keep your beard in its best condition, you need to take care of it. That means combing, washing, conditioning, trimming, and styling it.

If you're not going to do all those steps, then you shouldn't have a beard.

Products like all natural beard oil and beard balms can go a long way towards making your beard look and feel its best.

Boar Bristle Brush

While some people like to comb their beards, a boar bristle brush is really the best option. It's much more gentle on your hair and face.

A boar bristle brush also helps to redistribute your hair's natural oils throughout your beard. It simultaneously will wick away any dirt or food particles from your beard that can keep it from being manageable.

A Great Shampoo and Conditioner

You should shampoo and condition your beard every few days to keep it in its best shape. Every day you eat and drink all sorts of things that slowly build up in the hair around your mouth. Taking the time to ensure your beard is clean will go a long way towards making it pleasant looking to others.

You should consider buying a very mild shampoo similar to a baby wash formula. You don't want to dry out the skin underneath your beard by overwashing it.

A great conditioner will restore hydration to your beard and make it much more manageable. It will reduce the number of split ends you will get and ensure your beard is its softest.

Beard Oil

Using beard oil on top of your typical conditioning is a great way to keep it growing long and strong. Oil also has the added benefit of making your hair more straight and manageable.

As if that wasn't enough, beard oil is usually scented nicely with cologne and acts as a deodorizer for your beard. Many of them contain essential oils like lavender, tea tree, and more. Essential oils smell heavenly and can have a calming effect on the body.

Beard oil is the best way to tame a beard. It can be used to shape it, moisturize it, and promote hair growth.

The longer your beard gets, the more important it is for you to use beard oil.

Beard Balm

If your beard is especially unruly, then beard oil and conditioner may not be enough to keep it growing in the right pattern. That's where beard balm comes in.

Beard balm is mainly used as a conditioner, but it's also one of the most important shaping tools in your arsenal. It's recommended for people with long beards because it can be a little heavy if it's just massaged into the roots of your beard near your face.

Some beard oils are made with natural sealants like beeswax and will actually make your hair healthier as it grows. But other beard balms contain synthetic sealants that can cause irritation.

In addition to this wax, beard balms also often contain cocoa or shea butter to make your beard extra soft.

Your Daily Routine

For the best beard, you need to have a maintenance routine. Start by washing your beard in the shower and conditioning it. Then, as soon as you get out, pour a few drops of beard oil on your fingertips and work it into your beard.

Don't overdo it, or your beard will look oily. When you're finished, use a boars hair brush to spread the oil evenly over your hair. You can also apply the oil to the brush and then brush it through your beard.

After you get dressed, if your beard looks unruly, then you should take the time to trim it and get out your beard balm. Your beard should be dry when you work the balm into it. Just use a little bit and shape the beard so that it looks thick all the way down.

Where to Buy Beard Supplies

Now that you know how to make your beard soft, you're ready to get growing!

Check out our awesome selection of products and get the beard of your dreams today.

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