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Your beard needs a wash.
Your daddy never trained you for this one. Having never had a beard, he naturally never taught you how to wash a beard, and now that you have a beard, you’re stumped. So instead, you do nothing. The only cleansing your beard ever gets is when leftover suds fall from your head when you shower. Gross.
This beard wash will do the trick. All you need is a little. Squirt some into your hands and then stroke that mane of yours, rubbing the beard shampoo deep into your hairs. After a few weeks of consistent use, you will notice a distinctly sleeker, softer and healthier beard. It’ll smell nice too (but not too nice–trying to keep things manly here).
You’ll also notice a bit more attention from the ladies around town as well. I’m not trying to pull an Axe here or anything, but it simply makes sense. Scraggly beard + beard shampoo + two weeks = healthy beard = girlfriend. True story.
GROW A BEARD.
Beard Shampoo in Popular Culture
Remember that episode of Family Guy where Peter grew a beard and found a bird had built a nest in it? Yeah, that guy never used beard shampoo. As a classy gentleman of refinement, you naturally have a beard and want to keep it clean. Enter: Bluebeard’s Beard Wash.
Beard Soap – The Difference
Soap is designed for skin. While great for your chin, soap doesn’t protect and heal your beard the way shampoo does. There are beard soaps out there that have sought to solve this problem, but this beard shampoo does a great job too.
Jump in the shower. Get your beard wet. Squirt a dab of the beard shampoo into your hand, and run in through your beard. Get it aaall over–rub it in deep. Rinse. Easy-peasy.
I suggest you wash your beard twice a week. Over-washing robs you glossy beard of its natural oils! That’s right. Human oils. Mmm.