Let Not Thy Beard Be Thy Downfall
Ladies and Gentlemen, beauties and beasts. I have some good news for you! In order for me to share the good news I must first tell you the bad. A beard can be a most magnificent thing but it can also be the downfall of a man.
What do I mean?
An unmaintained beard robs your face from shining like the sun on a clear summer day. An unmaintained beard forfeits future growth by a lack of preparation today. An unmaintained beard is rough and brittle like 20 grit sandpaper--it’s just unacceptable man. It really is. An unmaintained beard will cause you great despair and you’ll soon be tempted to shave it off. That dry flaky skin under your beard causes itchiness that will leave you scratching like a dog does his fur. Not cool. I don’t want you to resort to wearing a cone collar of shame. This would just be awful.
I care about your beard and want you to grow it with great pleasure. I want you to have great satisfaction with how your beard feels and looks.
Let Not Thy Beard Be Thy Downfall.
Here’s the good news! No, wait, it’s not good news, it’s GREAT news! You can keep your dignity and your beard. Without all the trouble that an unmaintained beard brings. Three tips right here that will prevent your beard from being your downfall.
Why these three tips? Because beard oil moisturizes your skin and beard so that you no longer suffer from dandruff of the beard or itchiness. Applying beard oil 2-3 times a day will soften any rough beard that feels like sandpaper. Yep, it does. Just ask my wife. And gently combing through your beard after applying beard oil helps keep your beard from becoming brittle. If your beard gets tangles and knots in it, your beard hairs will break off on you and leave you with a messy beard. Apply the oil, comb the beard, and grow your beard.
Here’s one more tip. If anyone tells you to shave your beard, you tell them to take a hike! The beard is here to stay.
Don’t let your beard be your downfall.
And remember better oil equals a better beard.
That's a fantastic question. Beard balm gives your beard more protection than beard oil. The reason for this is that balm has a thick consistency. And it stays with your beard a longer than beard oil. What I really like about beard balm is that it helps with those wild hairs that just don't want to get into place. Especially around my mustache, sometimes the scraggly hairs will try to go up my nose or in my mouth. Not pleasant. What you don't want to do is pluck those mustache hairs out because those hairs are going to increase the thickness of your mustache. So, what does beard balm do? You guessed it! Beard balm is used to control the little pieces of hair to put them in their place.
What else does beard balm do? Shaping, yes, that's another reason why I ABSOLUTELY love beard balm. My beard tends to curl up in areas near my jaw line and chin and I want my beard to look longer and have a straighter look. What I do is take the back of my thumb nail and scoop some balm out and rub it in my palms for a few seconds. The Forest Breeze beard balm melts in your hands nicely, it's smooth and isn't crumbly like others I've tried. I'll then start rubbing it through my mustache and work down through my beard. Then I'll get a little more balm in my hands and go from the bottom up. Next I'll take a comb, combing through my stache and down through my beard. I'll finish off by twisting my mustache and shaping my beard at the jaw line and chin for a long look. Using beard balm is an AMAZING experience. I love it!
The Forest Breeze beard balm is all natural and made with cold-pressed carrier oils, so you never have to worry about harsh chemicals that are toxic. I only use the best for my beard and that's what I want for my customers. This beard balm is an excellent beard conditioner that moisturizes, encourages growth, while softening your beard. The Forest Breeze has top-notch ingredients that are perfectly blended to ensure your beard will be smelling better than it's ever been. Our balm doesn't have the all too familiar burnt smell due to beeswax. We've left beeswax out and instead have chosen to use soy wax to eliminate the burnt smell (and because it's vegan). Made from hazelnut, sweet almond, & grapeseed oils; cocoa butter & soy way; essential oils of balsam fir needle, pine needle, bergamot, rosemary, frankincense, & patchouli. I can't help but to breath in deep every time I put this extraordinary beard balm in. You'll really like it, I promise you that!
Try some today and if you're not happy with it, just send the empty can back to me and I'll refund your money. Buy your's here: Forest Breeze Beard Balm
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