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If you are new to the beard-growing process you’ll find the most challenging part being how to handle other people’s reactions. If you were left on a desert island by yourself you wouldn’t have this issue; but going for a different look with without doubt get comments from others.
This oil includes argan and jojoba oils, which are essential ingredients for proper beard care, as well as cedarwood essential oil that’s a natural antiseptic and provides a mild, woodsy aroma. A must for dry beards, Cedarwood Beard Oil Conditioner cleanses and moisturizes.
Your hair cells have three phases of growth: Anagen, Catagen, and Telogen. The phases are repeated, in the order listed, as new hair follicles replace existing ones. Minoxidil prolongs the Anagen phase – which is the phase that promotes hair growth. A shortened Anagen phase is the precursor to hair loss disorders such as Male Pattern Baldness.
To apply beard wash, simply put a small amount in your hand and rub it directly into your wet beard in the shower. You don’t need to apply it every day unless you work in an occupation (construction worker, etc.) in which dirt and grime get into your beard daily. If you spend most of your day in front of a computer, then a daily beard washing isn’t necessary, unless you spill your lunch and dinner on it (hey, it happens). 
At Seven Potions we are all men grooming enthusiasts and we spend our time trying to find the best ingredients, in order to create the best products and answer all your needs. We are also all going through a beard phase, to our girlfriends’ despair. So we definitely understand what you’re going through. That’s why we would like to propose to you some of the solutions we developed, tried ourselves and did the trick for us.
Typically, you want to apply beard oil once a day right after you hop out of the shower. Putting oil on right after you’ve been in water might not sound right, but it actually is! If you take a warm shower, it’ll open up your pores and hair cells, which allows the oil to be absorbed more effectively than it would have otherwise. Just make sure to pat your beard down with a towel before applying it, as this works best with damp beards, not soaked ones. 
Beard balm is simply a leave-in conditioner that moisturizes, conditions, softens and helps style your beard. Most beard balms contain shea butter for softening and moisturizing, sweet almond oil for conditioning and booting growth, and a protectant (such as beeswax) for sealing in moisture. These ingredients are aimed at facilitating proper beard grooming and when naturally based, should not have negative side effects on your skin or beard.
Oil and Balm are very similar in that they both condition and style your beard. The main difference is that beard balm will do a little more to shape and hold your beard. Beard oil is usually enough for short beards, beard balm gives a little more aid to longer, wilder beards.

I prefer using combs over brushes since it not as harsh. Plus you can comb your beard more often during the day. However, you can still over comb your beard, creating damage. Combing it should only happen when it gets out sorts through out the day.
Handmade wooden combs  on the other hand is more of a style then a need. They are formed from one solid block of wood or two pieces jointed together, and have their teeth sawed into them, then sanded down to be nice and smooth. They are going to cost more money, and they are going to be a special order item from a local wood worker. Expect to pay $75 and up for quality crafted item such a wood comb. The only place I know that has one always listed is Offerman’s Wood Shop. Its called a “Mustache Comb,” but I would definitely recommend it for someone with a long beard…also who wouldn’t want a product made by Nick Offerman’s shop?
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Hi , I may have missed it in the ” how to bit ” , but to me right up there with the hair thickness etc in order of importance is hair colour of both beard and head . That`s what I believe is top priority to a beard style .It can be broken down into light, dark,& grey . I`ve got the magpie look for now .
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Depending on the size of your beard, you may need to use a few more drops for major coverage. Huge beards may need 7 or 8 drops, whereas smaller ones may only need 3 or 4. Our 1oz containers may seem like a small amount, but since you’re only using a few drops a day, it should last several months!
Ive recently started growing beard to the goal of a full one or a hipster beard now i know from my barber that i have thik beard hairs and im almost 3 weeks in now and im having a good beard but i have this small area at my cheek that has a little shorter hairs in it so will beard oil help me ?,
For a “corporate beard” I would aim for about 1 to 2 month of length. It will be good to keep everything trimmed and tidy as mentioned above. To keep the length, I’d recommend using scissors instead of clippers. This will help prevent against wrong guard mistakes and gives you more control. Use a comb to pull out hairs to the desired length and trim away.
Optional Bonus Move: Brush and/or comb for maximum fullness and styling. If you do decide to take this extra step (hint: you totally should take this extra step), brush first to perfectly distribute the oil/balm throughout your beard and follow up with combing to nail that sculpted-by-the-Beard-Gods-shape.
Use the convenient glass dropper to put a couple drops of Beard Oil into your palm. Then rub hands together. Massage upward into the beard and skin under your chin and cheeks. To finish, groom beard down and style as usual. Wait for the compliments
Next, apply some utility balm or beard oil. Applying conditioning agents to damp hair allows them to be absorbed more effectively. We’re also about to bust out a hairdryer, so these products will help protect your hair while you manipulate it with heat. 
If you avoid that temptation to shave it off when the itching becomes unbearable, you will reach a point where the hairs will soften and the itching will subside. Once the facial hair becomes soft, the growth will be less irritating.
You really don’t need a lot. A lot of beard wearers will just scrape the balm with the their thumb-nail. That small dime-size amount is all you need to rub together in your palms and condition your beard. If you have a longer beard, you are going to need a bit more, but not much.
Hi, I read through many sites but found a detailed and useful reviews only here. Thank you. I have a question. I have thin facial hair and my current trimmer is no good to maintain a 5 o clock stubble. Can you please recommend a good trimmer for me which can tackle these thin hairs.
There are 3 different types of foils that help to cut out long and thick hair, flat and ingrown hair, and the hair that grow in different directions. The final trimmer also cuts out all those hair that are left by the first four trimmers.
Skin Irritation: The more facial hair you have, or the longer it is, the more vulnerable your face is to skin irritation. While the effects of this can be abated using other cosmetic tools such as beard oils, keeping your hair well-groomed and neatly trimmed is another way to fight this condition.
…But I will also warn you that the effects are NOT instant, and will often take 6-12 months to really show significant difference. Fact is that you can’t completely overcome your genetics, but in 95% of non-bearded men, there is gigantic room for improvement in their natural facial hair growth ability.
Remember that “all-natural” is not the same as “organic”: If you have a strong preference, this is important to keep in mind. Organic means that the ingredients are organically grown and sourced. All natural just means there are no humanmade ingredients in the product.
A lot of people don’t realize the importance of Vitamin C in collagen production and protein synthesis. Your body can’t produce protein—and therefore a beard—without it, so it’s an important ingredient in today’s best beard vitamins, like Virilitas Beard & Hair Growth Support, which has levels of Vitamin C that specifically support protein synthesis for increased beard growth. Plus, it’s made in America; not only are you supporting American jobs when you buy it, you’re also buying from a company that has to comply with American product safety laws.
Defy the urge to trim or shape your beard. If you want the hair to come in quickly, leave it alone while it grows. You will have the chance to groom the beard after about four to six weeks when it is full.
Honest Amish uses plant-based ingredients to make their beard balm, and that includes organic oils, many of which are well-known to have great hair and skin benefits, like avocado and argan oil. However, Honest Amish goes a step further and adds some lesser-known skin and hair-supporting oils like apricot kernel, grapeseed and pumpkin seed oil. Furthermore, Honest Amish uses virgin oils in their beard balm. Virgin oils are oils that are merely pressed the old-fashioned way and don’t undergo extra or industrial processing. They have a different pH level from non-virgin oils; because skin and hair have a certain level of acidity, messing with their pH can do more harm than good, which is why they go the extra mile and use only virgin oils.
Think of your arm or leg hair. If you were to shave it off, it would grow back, but after a certain length it stops. This is when you have hit terminal length. On a beard, different parts of your face hit terminal length at different stages of growth. For example, your sideburns typically hit terminal length faster that the area around and below your chin. This is the reason why beards tend to have an oval shape when left untouched. Your mustache will also hit terminal length before your beard. This is especially true for the middle section of the stache.
Generally the “cheek line”, the upper limit of the beard on the cheeks, is best left natural. Some men butcher otherwise excellent beards by shaving the cheeks into strange shapes. Unless your beard appears to be starting just below your eyes, you probably are better off not shaving or sculpting the beard on your cheeks.
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