A beard like your manhood needs to learn to grow but show thy beard some patience. Good things come to those who don’t shave.
If you have ever tried to grow a beard, you must have experienced beard itch. Some have itchier beards than others. The question is, why do beards itch in the beginning? And what can I do to reduce the irritation and itch?
When you shave, the razor cuts your coarse whiskers at an angle that leaves them with a sharp edge. As your whiskers grow, that sharp edge can scratch and irritate your skin, resulting in itch. In some cases, the razor will actually elevate and cut your whiskers. When the razor passes, the whiskers retreat below the skin. As they begin to grow again, that sharp edge digs into your skin as it grows toward the surface. Itchy.
The second causation of beard itch is dry skin. We have all experienced itch as a result of dry skin. The skin below your beard can become dry and intrinsically itchy. Combine this with sharp, coarse edges rubbing against said dry skin and you’ll get an itch that would make a flea proud.
Between grime, oil, stray hairs, and skin cells, your beard is a magnet for all manner of debris. A regular wash will keep it clean, but everyday shampoos weren’t made for use on facial hair and can strip your strands of moisture. Instead, scrub every day or two with a gentle, hydrating beard wash, like The Himalaya Men face and beard wash.
After using it for over 30 days, i was happy to see the results.
Powered with coconut water and aloe vera this wash provides 3 unique benefits
- Cleanses face and beard by removing sweat and dirt
- Relieves beard skin itchiness
- Softens and conditions beard.
The cooling effect which this face wash gives helps you to keep your face fresh and gives soothing effect to your beard. The fine fragnance offers invigorating freshness. The free flowing texture enables easy spreadability for an effortless wash.
I am very happy with the results, now its your turn to experience it.
Now go forth without fear and grow a beard.
Afterall its the beard that separates the men from the boys.