Five steps you can take to help soothe your itchy beard


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Scratching your chin wondering how to stop your beard itching? It’s a common problem when trying to grow longer, fuller facial hair. Australian Skin Clinics shares five easy-to-follow steps to soothe your itchy beard.

Wash your beard

On a daily basis your beard collects dust, dead skin cells and even stray crumbs from lunch, so washing your beard is one of the most important steps to reducing beard itch. We recommend a hydrating and non-irritating beard wash as part of your grooming routine.

Exfoliate your beard

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Exfoliating your beard once a week assists in combating clogged pores and ingrown hairs that might be hiding under there. We recommend Balense Microdermal Cleansing Scrub.

Its exfoliating Jojoba beads are strong enough to penetrate past your beard, while it’s non-drying sulphate-free properties mean it won’t irritate your skin.

Maintain your beard

If exfoliating isn’t stopping pesky ingrown hairs, it might be time for some beard sculpting laser hair removal.

Beard sculpting laser hair removal is a quick treatment to permanently reduce the hair growth around the edges of your man mane.

It sharpens and defines the beard lines, leaving you looking smart and well-groomed without ever having to pick up your razor.

Brush your beard

Brushing regularly is a crucial step to reducing beard itch! Not only will it smooth out the texture of your beard, it will also keep you looking tidy and tapered.

Moisturise your beard

If your beard is itching like crazy, you can almost bet dry skin is behind it. Using a beard oil or moisturising cream can help to sooth and hydrate the skin.

It will also soften your facial hair, making it more comfortable for you, and your partner!

For more information on skincare for men or laser hair removal, visit your local Australian Skin Clinics for a free consultation today. Check out their website here or give them a call at 1300 303 014.
 

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