5 Tips for growing your beard – Lalo Wydevill


Growing a beard requires more than just. Along the way there are obstacles that make you grab your razor, many of us have already happened. And regret comes as soon as you shave off that stunted beard and you look ten years younger again. 5 tips for tackling those obstacles with Beadilizer beard oil collection and range of products.

We start right away with the most difficult task of the entire growth process, patience. Growing a decent beard takes time and often takes longer than expected. Of course it varies per person, but growing a beard can easily take two months. Give your hair plenty of time to grow and set yourself a date where you can work.

Just like your head hair, you should wash a beard. After some pub hours, sports, food and smoking, there is a lot of dirt and bad smells on your beard hair. You enjoy a fresh beard, so wash it once every two weeks with a hair shampoo or a special beard shampoo. Always apply a beard oil or conditioner after washing to care for the beard and underlying skin. You will prevent dandruff in your beard and the hair will appear fuller and will shine beautifully again.

Now we arrive immediately at the biggest culprit of early shaving, itching. Nothing is as annoying as an itchy beard. In fact, there is no solution for this in the form of an ointment or oil. The new hair is itching and poking on your skin and you just have to bite through it. The itch period usually lasts only a week or two. What helps is combing your beard hair with the direction of hair growth. With this you massage the skin and lift the hair from the skin, so the itchy feeling will be less.

Another big culprit for prematurely shaving your beard is the lady of the house. Beards are naturally stiff and hard, so they can sometimes poke and itch at the other party. Therefore, be a guy and avoid difficult conversations and take good care of your beard. Beard oil softens the beard hairs, making them smooth and soft again and significantly reducing the symptoms.

Few of us will naturally have a perfectly covering beard. Take care of your beard and follow the natural lines of your beard. Trim the single hairs away without creating an (over) stylized beard. For your neck you can keep your Adam’s apple as a natural boundary, shave the hair under your Adam’s apple and follow the natural curve of your neck.

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