Shaving creams have a lot of toxins, and most of them contain mineral oil, foaming agents, and antifreeze, just to name a few.
Coconut Oil, Almond Oil, and shea butter will guide your razor smoothly over your skin to help prevent nicks along the way, while leaving your skin silky and moisturized.
The Castile soap will act as the foaming agent but won’t lather like a drugstore shaving cream. But, here’s the thing: a shaving cream doesn’t need to foam.
is simply a leave-in conditioner that moisturizes, conditions, softens and helps style your beard. Most beard balms contain shea butter for softening and moisturizing, sweet almond oil for conditioning and booting growth, and a protectant (such as beeswax) for sealing in moisture.
Beard Oil nourishes the hair to make it softer and more manageable. It’s not only hydrating to the hair but the skin beneath too. When you grow a beard, the hair absorbs any moisture from your skin and due to this, your skin begins to dry out and without any moisture replenishment, the skin becomes dry and broken.
Dry and broken skin leads to beard itch and its partner beard dandruff. The dandruff is caused because of the excessive scratching and the dry, dead skin beneath the hair. By using beard oil, the skin beneath will be kept moisturized and stop both the itch and dandruff.
With sturdy bristles, a boar bristle brush massages your skin, encouraging blood flow and the distribution of nutrients vital to hair growth. Faster distribution of nutrients also means faster beard growth
Wood Beard Comb
Wood is an antistatic material and thus works with your beard instead of against it. Not only that but plastic combs generally have sharper points to their teeth which can cause irritation to the skin underneath your beard whereas wooden teeth are more forgiving