Let the fall season begin! Fall is definitely my favorite time of the year. Not only I do I love the wardrobe shift, there’s something about a beard complimenting a man’s scarf and pea coat. It totally works.
Tom Ford Autumn-Winter 2012/2013 Campaign
Growing a beard this season won’t be such a pain because you get the chance to give up the woes of shaving on a daily basis. Giving your face a rest has its advantages on your skin too. Growing a beard gives your skin the chance to start over. Many men struggle with ingrown hairs, razor bumps and burns. By the time spring comes back around, you will restore your skin back to its natural state.
Before you commit to growing your beard…oops, I know commitment is a scary word. Its okay, you just have to pick up a few products and stick to a regimen. Treat your facial hair the same as you would the hair on your head.
Follow these steps:
- Use shampoos and conditioners on your beard 2-3 times a week
- Exfoliate once a week
- Use Tea Tree Oil for ingrown hairs
Easy enough, right?
For those of you who struggle with growing your beard, you can always invest in a Beardo.
UFC Fighter Tyson Griffin wearing his Beardo. Photo courtesy ofBeardo.
Read more about beard care here.