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Beard Experience – Episode 2 | Sharing beard growing tips through various stages

beard growing tips

Hey bearded brothers! Well one week has gone by since shaving it all off for CANSA Shavathon 2017. We are happy to report the beard growing is in full swing!

We are here to share beard growing tips as well as what to expect through various stages.

Watch the update video below to get beard growing tips and feel free to send us your comments, stories or questions.

 

 

In case you missed episode 1, here you go.

As well as the link to our awesome beard soaps!

 

Happy growing.

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The time to grow a beard is now!

So you have been toying with the idea of possibly, maybe, perhaps growing a beard, but it is never the right time.

Well, I am here to tell you that the time is now!

Winter is over and along with it the harsh effects as well. Your skin dries out a lot more in winter due to the cold air, extra hot showers stealing valuable skin oils and other things like diet and exercise.
Now that spring is here and your skin is returning to normal levels, why not put down your razor?

Start exercising, taking supplements and nourishing your skin to reclaim that damage caused by the chilly winds.

If you need some tips or are not sure where to start, read our handy tips section.

Need some advice on products or just want to say hi? Contact us or follow us on Facebook and Instagram.

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How to deal with beard dandruff

Beard dandruff

You thought normal dandruff is embarrassing ? Try beard dandruff!

And the problem is actually more common than you might think. Last week I got an email from one of our product users asking how to deal with it.
I will share how I dealt with mine (yes, it happens to the best of us!).

First we have to understand what happens:

Skin under the beard usually gets dry when natural oil of skin dries out, causing flaking. Dryness is responsible for itching and irritation to skin under beard. Cold and dry weather can also be causes of dry and flaky skin.

The other cause is normally the result of moisture build-up close to skin, causing a fungal type growth or reaction to occur. (My beard normally goes through this phase at the start and end of winter during the change of seasons).

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