Ever have the sense that you're being poked – no, not by any outside objects, but by your own beard? Especially common with new growth – small, razor sharp follicles pierce the skin mercilessly.
Consider it a right of passage into the bear hat. No pain, no gain. But you can have a small help on your own side. Even long-time beard owners experience itching, scratching or dry skin.
The trick is – if you are a newbie or a veteran – to regard the beard. Treat it at least as importantly as you would the hair on your head. So there are a few steps involved here.For more info on beard care you can also look for legendary beard growth blend.
First – when you bath to wash your facial hair – treat it nicely, lather it up, massage, get the oils and dirt caught below and rinse it out.
Second – when you get out of the shower to use a comb with narrow teeth and brush your beard hair downwards while it is still wet. Make sure to clear out knots, and groom it nicely.
Thirdly – apply an oil or a conditioner – if you have something specially formed for beards, all the better, and work it evenly into your facial hair.
Fourth – resist the urge to scratch your beard like it's the world's itchiest place. Learn to overlook or use a soft cloth to take care of your itch instead of digging your nails into it.
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