Your Beard Cares If You Care

Your beard cares, why don’t you?

It's not a stretch to say that beards have become a staple in men's fashion over the last few years. The “lumbersexual” look has taken over, and with that, a resurgence of facial hair ranging in styles and forms.

Beards are no longer just for hipsters or mountain men, they're becoming mainstream. And with that comes a whole new industry of beard care products.

But what exactly is beard care? Is it just washing your face and putting some product in your beard?

No, my friend, beard care is so much more than that! In this article, we will discuss what beard care is and why you should be taking care of your beard!

Changing perceptions toward facial hair care

The idea that most men with beards are too macho to invest in proper facial hair care is slowly but surely changing.

A quick Google search of “beard care” will show you that there are now a plethora of products available to help men take care of their facial hair.

From beard oils and balms to shampoos and conditioners, there are now more options than ever before when it comes to taking care of your beard.

The  global beard care products market size was estimated at USD 2.38 billion in 2018 and is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of 7.7% out to 2026, a good indication of how this industry is booming.

And it’s not just the product selection that has changed – attitudes toward facial hair care have also shifted.

More and more men are now open to the idea of taking care of their beards, with 75% of men feeling that a well-groomed appearance enhances and boosts self-confidence.

Most men understand that their beards require a specific care regime in order to look and feel their best.

So, what exactly is beard care?

At its most basic, beard care simply refers to the practice of keeping your facial hair clean and well-groomed.

This can involve anything from using a quality beard shampoo and conditioner to trimming and shaping your beard on a regular basis.

Beard hair, and the skin underneath it, are distinctly different from the hair on your head.

As such, they require different care and attention in order to stay healthy.

For example, while you might use regular shampoo on your hair, this is likely to dry out your beard and leave it feeling coarse and unmanageable.

A better option would be to invest in a quality beard shampoo and conditioner, which will cleanse your beard without stripping away its natural oils.

In addition to using the right products, you also need to make sure you’re trimming and shaping your beard on a regular basis.

This not only keeps it looking tidy, but it can also help to promote growth and prevent split ends.

Keeping your beard clean is also important. While the idea that there is fecal matter in your beard just isn't true, any amount of hair can trap sweat, skin cells, and other debris. This can irritate the skin underneath, leading to itchiness and even infection.

Good beard care habits will help to keep your beard clean and free of any build-up.

Finally, it’s important to moisturize your beard regularly.

This will help to keep it soft and manageable, and it can also reduce itchiness and irritation.

But why should you bother with beard care?

Aside from the fact that it will make you look and feel better, there are actually a number of benefits that come with taking care of your beard.

For one, it can help to reduce itchiness and irritation. This is the most common complaint from guys with beards, but it’s easily remedied with the right products.

Beard oil is a great way to moisturize your beard and skin, and it can also help to reduce dandruff.

Another benefit of beard care is that it can actually promote growth.

This is because when you trim your beard and keep it well-groomed, you’re encouraging new growth.

And last but not least, beard care can make you look more attractive to the opposite sex.

A study from the University of New South Wales found that women are more attracted to men with well-groomed beards than those without.

So there you have it – there are plenty of reasons to start taking care of your beard!

If you’re not sure where to start, we’ve got you covered with our BEERDS range which has everything you need to get started on your beard care journey.

How BEERDS can help you get started on your beard care journey

In case it's the kind of thing that worries you, good beard care doesn't mean a cupboard full of products.

A quick Google search will tell you there are a million and one beard care products on the market. Balms, oils, washes, conditioners... the list goes on. And that's not even getting into all the different tools you can buy to help with your beard care routine!

But it doesn't have to be that complicated or expensive.

We've put together a range of products that will cover all your basic beard care needs, without breaking the bank. Plus, our BEERDS experts are always on hand to give you advice and answer any questions you might have about taking care of your beard.

To start with, all you really need is good beard oil, some beard butter, and a beard wash.

Beard wash is fairly self-explanatory - it's just like shampoo, but for your beard! You should wash your beard every few days, using a mild cleanser to avoid stripping away the natural oils that keep your beard healthy.

Our range of beard washes are all gentle and designed to work with your skin's natural pH, so they won't leave your beard feeling dry or irritated.

Beard butter is a leave-in conditioner that helps to soften and tame your beard, as well as providing essential nutrients to keep it healthy.

It's usually made with a combination of butters and oils, which work together to hydrate your hair and skin, whilst also providing a light hold for styling.

And last but not least, beard oil is a must for any bearded gentleman. It's a lightweight oil that helps to keep your beard soft and manageable, as well as looking shiny and healthy.

So there you have it, a few of our top tips for keeping your beard in tip-top condition! Now get out there and start looking after that beautiful beard of yours!

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