Have you ever considered shaving your beard off because of the dry skin? Do you want to know how to get rid of beard dandruff?
I know the feeling, before starting Braw Beard I would suffer from beard dandruff and the worst of it was, all I would wear is black t-shirts which only highlighted the problem! Now I still wear black t-shirts everyday but I have no beard dandruff at all. The itching and irritation is GONE.
Once I got the recipe right for Braw Beard oil back in 2012, that was when I started to say goodbye to beardruff.
Reasons That May Be Causing Beard Dandruff
There are a number of things that can cause dandruff, but some issues may be:
De-hydration Stress Poor diet The development of yeast (Seborrheic dermatitis)
How To Get Rid Of Beard Dandruff
Follow the steps below and after a few days you will notice a great difference, don’t just take our word for it, check out the reviews here.
Step 1. Braw Beard Wash
If you are not shampooing your beard 3-5 times per week, you may be leaving dirt in there which may result in spots and irritation on the skin’s surface. Braw Beard Wash has been specially formulated for facial hair, we added aloe vera to combat dry skin and beard dandruff. It is a natural shampoo, unscented so it does not interfere with the scent of your favourite beard oil.
Apply to wet beard and massage in for 30 seconds before rinsing thoroughly, make sure your wash it all out, leaving some residue may result in irritation.
Towel dry your facial hair gently, once it’s dry, your beard will feel soft already. BUT we’re not done there!
Step 2. Braw Beard Oil and Comb
Braw Beard Oil is a natural conditioner which is designed to be left in your facial hair throughout the day. It is made from plant based oils, which moisturise the hair, making it appear healthy and soft.
Ok, so now your beard has been gently towel dried, you’ll want to apply some beard oil.
Dispense a few drops of beard oil into the palm of your hand, rub your hands together, then massage into your beard. Make sure to get full coverage over your facial hair whilst rubbing right down to the roots and skin, this will keep the surface moisturised to condition the hair throughout the day.
Then use a comb to detangle the hair, the beard oil will help the comb glide through the hair making detangling easier. Comb from root to tip slowly to save any tugs.
Step 3. Braw Beard Butter and Brush
Braw Beard Butter is similar to beard oil, however it is made from natural butters and wax, the beeswax element is great for holding wispy hairs in place to avoid looking like a caveman. The cocoa and shea butters are great for moisturising the hair and skin.
Now I would recommend applying some beard butter. Scrape a pea sized amount out of the tub, put it in the palm of your hand and rub your hands together to melt it down to an oil. Once it is an oil, apply to your beard in the same way as the beard oil before. You may be thinking why apply an oil twice? The butter will set ever so slightly, keeping the wispy hairs in place and leaving your beard feeling super soft.
The last step, brush your beard with a boar bristle brush. This will distribute the product thoroughly through your facial hair and disperse the hair evenly, making the beard appear fuller and softer.
After only a few days of using these natural products, you will notice a great difference in your beard dandruff situation.
I hope this article helps and you can now enjoy your facial hair again.