Beard Care Costs
More often than not I see people thinking that growing a beard means you just stop shaving.This is far from the truth.
Growing a beard requires maintenance, that means you'll need to buy some beard care products that will keep your skin and beard healthy.
Some common costs:
- Beard Oil
- Beard Balm
- Beard/Mustache Wax
- Beard Wash
- Beard Trimmer
- Beard Brush
- Beard Comb
- Beard Kits
I'm Losing My Beard
Losing beard hair is normal, so don't freak out.
Beard hair, like the hair on your head, has a natural life cycle. Finding hairs on your pillow or your brush is common. The longer your beard is, the more you will notice. The main life cycle of your hair follows the same pattern.
The average life cycle of all hair, is two to seven years. There are four stages in the hair life cycle:
Each phase has it’s own job to keep hair thick and growing. On average we lose 50 to 100 hairs per day. Most of these come from the tops of our heads, but having five to ten hairs from your beard fall out per day is not uncommon.
Stop Beard Itch Before It Stops You!
If you have a beard, you’ve almost certainly experienced beard itch. The good news is that beard itch isn’t permanent! If your itchy beard is driving you absolutely bonkers, know that there are remedies for that.
Don't Forget About Underbeard Care
When growing or maintaining a beard, there are several skin conditions you need to be aware of. Some conditions can be avoided, while others are something that happens to virtually every man growing a beard.
The skin under your beard is exposed to more elements and conditions than any other part of your body. While our faces battle the external elements, when growing a beard it also has to battle the conditions created by the growth.