How to Prevent Fuzzy and Frizzy Beards

The way a man’s beard grows depends on a wide variety of physical factors. Testosterone levels, genetics, age and stress level play a role in the speed at which the beard grows and the fullness in which it develops. Throughout this process, many men are faced with curly beards that can be irritating to the man who grows a beard and your partner.

At the end of the day, the facial hair is just that – the hair. It can be dried (or fat) and can develop split ends and some unruliness otherwise properly hydrated. When examined, the most bearded men recommend avoiding the traditional daily washing with shampoo and washing the beard once or twice a week. Most shampoos tend to dry out hair quickly in an effort to reduce the “bold appearance” that many try to avoid.

With regard to care and daily maintenance. Depending on the size and shape of the beard, (and later needs manscaping) beard oil or beard wax is ideal. For most men who have a great modeling needs, all natural beard oils are all they need. Beard oils are mainly made up of a variety of oils and essential vitamin mixtures and are ideal for keeping the hair and facial skin hydrated underneath. These are especially beneficial for men who live in extreme temperatures (hot or cold) and they tend to dry the skin.

In order to prevent itching and curly hair, the beard oil can be applied on the skin upward. The trick here is to apply a few drops directly on your hand, rub your hands, then work the oil-based skin (facial skin) through the beard. With regular use, this should be a fairly easy process and there should be no knots or tangles that make your hands run through the tough beard. Depending on the size of the beard, different amounts of oil are required beard.

For men who need more detailed preparation or beard waxes may be ideal. These often have natural ingredients plus some form of wax or gel that can help keep the hair in place. Most brands offer products with natural ingredients and no offensive relative perfumes. Waxes are also easy to apply as beard oils – some require the addition of water before application, but anyway, can be massaged into the hair and then be used to style as needed. These often contain moisturizing elements (think oil, coconut oil, grape seed oil and jojoba oil) and can help to tame, dry curled beards with regular use.

If your beard begins to curl or dried as it grows, do not worry, this is perfectly normal and nothing to be ashamed of. There are a variety of products available for men to help keep the chin presentable and maintainable, regardless of the stage that its beard.