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November 05, 2020 2 min read

Do you wake up every day looking at the mirror, asking why your beard is so frazzled? If so, chances are your beard has dried out. Coarse beards are not only aesthetically unappealing, but they can also be uncomfortable to deal with. Pair that with flaky skin caused, and dealing with your beard can be a nightmare. Fortunately, there is a way to fix this, and here is what you can do to soften your beard and take better care of it:

1. Clean it thoroughly

If you have been washing your beard every day, the good news is that you are on the right track. The trick behind a soft beard is to thoroughly clean it, not only the beard itself but also the skin beneath it. You can do this with tools, like a boar hair brush, to brush your beard and massage the skin underneath. Doing so exfoliates your skin, removing dead skin cells and dirt that may have accumulated in your beard hairs.

2. Use beard butter

While many men use beard oils to keep their beards nourished and healthy, some may have never heard of beard butter before. Beard butter works similarly to conditioners. However, rather than being washed away during a shower, beard butter is applied during the day and night to provide extra moisture.

Men who use beard butter commonly use it at night so that their beard can absorb the butter's nourishing qualities. Beard butter is also available in various scents, meaning that you can pick the smell you like.

If you are wondering how to use beard butter, all you need to do is apply some to your hands and blend it well until it becomes creamy. After that, slowly massage it into your beard, ensuring that every hair is covered with the butter. 

3. Keep at it

Now that you know about these two tips, the next thing you need to do is to apply them to your daily lifestyle. Remember, maintaining your beard is a full-time job, and only those who keep at it can achieve a soft beard they can proudly show off. While it will take some work, persevere in taking care of your beard each day. In doing so, you will achieve a soft, sweet-smelling beard that looks awesome on your face without the coarse and uncomfortable feeling of dryness.

Conclusion

The beard plays a significant role for all bearded gentlemen out there. Not only does it show just how manly you are, but it can also be a way to develop your confidence and appearance. 

Regardless of why you want to grow a beard, the last thing you want to deal with is a beard that is coarse and ugly. For the sake of your appearance and style, remember to apply the tips we have shared with you every day. It will not take long for you to see the incredible difference between a dried-out beard and a well-nourished one that proudly frames your face and enhances your overall appearance!

The Unshaved provides various all-natural beard products, such as beard butter, balms, oils, and more. If you are looking for anall-natural beard wash, check out our offerings.

Matthew Rotter
Matthew Rotter


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