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Is your winter beard ready? Prepare your chinsulation.

It seems to have taken longer than normal but the temp is now well below zero, is your winter beard ready? It sounds daft, I know. BUT there are very good reasons to extra care of your beard in the cold weather.

Prepare your winter beard.

The harsh weather can strip your hair of natural oils. With lack of moisture in the strands, they will become weak and brittle, leading to breakages. If you are out and about for the day, it is worth taking a beard oil with you to top up if required. The beard oil will add extra nutrients to protect and condition the hair, keeping it looking healthy. Braw Beard oils Scotland With high winds, your beard may also end up in a tangled mess with knots. Many people will just yank a comb or brush through harshly and break and dislodge hair. Please take your time when combing your beard, start slowly with a little beard oil applied, then once the hair is snag free, use a boar bristle brush to evenly distribute your chosen beard care product. Braw Beard Oils Scotland Look after your skin too! The winter weather can also dry out your skin as well as your hair. Use a good natural skin moisturiser like Battle Scar Skin and Stubble Moisturiser to keep your skin hydrated in the winter. Consider using Beard Wash every morning, with a good beard oil afterwards. It's worth taking a beard oil & comb out with you if the weather is harsh to keep topped up. Braw Beard Oils Scotland Being from Scotland, we know harsh weather VERY WELL. That's why we have introduced a range of soft beaniehats and very warm hooded tops for ultimate comfort. They both even stood the test in Iceland at Christmas and New Year! Thank you for reading. JJ Join the #Brawtherhood P.S. Use code – brawblog – at for 10% off Follow Braw Beard: Instagram – Facebook – Twitter – Subscribe to the Braw Beard Youtube channel for more videos. Scottish beard care. Born in Scotland, enjoyed Worldwide.
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