I apologize for starting with some unpleasant facts.
New studies have demonstrated that the level of bacteria in men’s beards is three times larger than in a toilette bowl. Alarming? You should be.
Beards are itchy, have food particles stick to the hair, they prevent moisturizing and enabling the skin under the beard to breath.
So how to take care of the beard?
Well they are a few levels of care, but before that we need to define the purpose.
When considering Beard Care, the following points need to be addressed:
Moisturizing, nourishing, beard growth, disinfecting properties, facial hair softening, scent and source of ingredients.
It is not about the
In recent years, we have all witnessed the surge in demand for
The basic products that exist today in the market place are beard oils, beard balms, beard shampoos and beard conditioners.
I can safely say that besides beard oil and beard balm, all the others are products that were created for the purpose of “milking” the customer’s pocket.
Before anything else, a good Beard Oil should be able to disinfect the beard, reduce bacteria and other results of dirt, food and pollution.
Moisturizing is the next important needed performance. Moisturizing the beard and the skin under it will reduce significantly the itchiness and flakiness. Clearly, in a country like Canada the “moisturizing season” is from October to April.
Nourishing the skin and the beard is very important in order to maintain and maximize healthy facial hair growth.
Softening, everybody wants a soft beard, the guy with the beard and his companion, it is user friendlier and clearly nicer from the esthetical point.
In respect to the source of the ingredients, well as mentioned earlier vegan skin care products are have been gaining a growing market share also in the category of men grooming and in the category of beard grooming.
Customers prefer natural, clean cruelty free products overwhelmingly among the age of users of
Scent of course is very important to the guy with the beard and again to the spouse / partner.
Most beard oils I cascent usually dominated by tea tree and eucalyptus which have great properties but the scent is a subjective matter.
One beard oil stands out, the product is called David Beard Grooming Oil, it is vegan, natural, made in Toronto, it contains all the needed ingredients but the scent is based on pure Lemongrass.
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