Beard Shampoo
Beard Shampoo
Beard Shampoo
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Beard Shampoo

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Beard Shampoo is specifically designed for facial hair. Its mild lather is gentle enough for the face yet robust enough to manage coarse and curly beard hair. Crafted with all-natural ingredients and scented with essential oils. Beard Shampoo promotes a soft and manageable beard, facilitating effortless styling.

Is a beard shampoo necessary? Yes. The hair on the head differs significantly from facial hair. Beards are more prone to breakage, split ends, and brittleness if not properly cared for. Regular shampoos are designed to remove oils from the hair to prevent an oily appearance. However, for beards, especially longer ones, this approach is counterproductive. Unlike the scalp, the face produces limited sebum oil, which is essential for maintaining a soft and healthy beard. Therefore, a beard shampoo with a carrier oil base is recommended to provide the necessary nourishment and hydration. Regular use of beard shampoo is crucial for maintaining beard hygiene and health, particularly for individuals with longer beards.

The optimal frequency for beard washing depends on individual factors such as beard length and hair type. Generally, it is advisable to wash the beard one to two times per week. Excessive washing can result in unruly hair, split ends, and depletion of essential oils. While beard washing should be limited, it is important to maintain facial cleanliness during the intervals between beard washes.

Direction: It is best to shampoo your beard at the end of your shower so the hair on your face is nice and wet and your pores are open.
  1. Apply a small amount of beard wash to your facial hair and work it into the hair and skin.
  2. Rinse with warm water.
  3. Pat dry with a clean towel.
  4. Follow up with a beard oil or beard balm.  

Made with coconut oil, babassu oil, olive oil, sunflower oil, avocado oil, castor oil argan oil, jojoba oil, lanolin oil, local beers (e.g. locust cider, hop & stings, false idol brewery), essential oils.

Current scents:

  • Citrus Blend is a blending of sweet orange, lemon, & bergamot
  • Earthy Blend is a blending of frankincense, sandalwood, & vetiver
  • Woodsy Blend is a blending of cedarwood, lemongrass, sandalwood
  • Patchouli Blend is a blending of Patchouli & Lime
  • Lavender Blend is a blending of peppermint, rosemary, lavender, cedarwood, & lime.

    The Essential Ingredients You’ll Find in Our Soaps

    Coconut oil is full of vitamin E and antioxidants. It moisturizes, soothes, and fights the effects of aging (such as wrinkles and saggy skin) and contributes to the amazing lather you’ll find in our soap.

    Babassu oil is a tropical oil made from the seeds of the babassu palm, a tree native to the rain forests of South America. Babassu works well as a substitute for coconut-free soap. Babassu is packed with antioxidants and healthy fats, it can boost the health of your skin and hair, moisturizing them without causing you to feel greasy or develop acne.

    Olive oil has been an all-star of the culinary and beauty worlds for centuries. It’s loaded with antioxidants and rich properties that leave your skin feeling silky smooth.

    Avocado oil will increase the conditioning and add creaminess to the soap's lather. Avocado oil also has wonderful skin care advantages such as a high content of vitamin A, D and E.

    Argan oil can help prevent split ends, beard dandruff, reduce itchiness, and help to prevent ingrown hairs.

    Castor oil’s moisturizing and nourishing the hair follicles.

    Jojoba oil is fantastic for beards because of its ability to strengthen and moisturize facial hair

    Lanolin Oil is nourishing the skin under the beard and smooth out unruly beards. It prevents dry & itchy beards. 

    Beer produces a wonderful creamy conditioning lather and creates lots of bubbles. Beer is made with hops which is known for its relaxing properties. Hops contains skin softening amino acids, which can soothe irritated and inflamed skin.