#1

Member
New Jersey
Happy new year, everyone!

During my 15 day vacation (from which I just came back), I have found that I much prefer shaving every other day or once every 3/4 days. My skin feels much better.

Problem is my beard feels rough and itchy. So I am wondering, is there any beard oil or anything I can use to keep my beard soft between shaves?

Thanks
Sourav
#2

Member
Vancouver, BC
Unrefined shea butter Smile
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#3
That is good information
#4

Administrator
Philadelphia, PA
(This post was last modified: 01-08-2018, 01:44 AM by andrewjs18.)
(01-02-2018, 05:27 PM)iamsms Wrote: Happy new year, everyone!

During my 15 day vacation (from which I just came back), I have found that I much prefer shaving every other day or once every 3/4 days. My skin feels much better.

Problem is my beard feels rough and itchy. So I am wondering, is there any beard oil or anything I can use to keep my beard soft between shaves?

Thanks

I have a beard and usually just rub my aftershave balm into it. I haven't had any problems with it. if I'm using a splash with alcohol in it, then I'll rub some beard balm into my beard.
Tu ne cede malis, sed contra audentior ito.
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#5

Member
Knoxville, TN
A drop or two of argan oil works for my goatee.

Cheers, Steve
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#6
Shea butter, Avocado oil and Jojoba would be my suggestions iamsms
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#7
(This post was last modified: 01-11-2018, 05:10 AM by Lockbutcher.)
I usually can't go more than 2-3 weeks before I have to shave when trying to grow a beard because of all the poking and irritation on my neck. But last time I tried to grow a beard, I hit my mark then decided to try some beard oil to see how it performs. I got some middle of the line stuff, around $20. And it was awesome. It went from like an itchy wool turtle neck to like cashmere. And the whiskers laid down nicely and looked fuller. I made it to 6 or 7 weeks and shaved but not because it was uncomfortable but I just realized I'm not very good at growing a beard haha. Now i use the beard oil as an awesome preshave so it didn't go to waste. I hope this helps and if you do try some it gives you the same results.
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#8
I'm growing out a beard as well and it was definitely beard oil to the rescue. Helped my itching immensely.
#9
Bought naturally refined shea butter. A great product!


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