Beard Care

Growing and maintaining a truly great and manly beard

Beard Wash

Beard Hygiene

Your beard hair is coarser and structured differently to the hair on your head. The regular hair shampoo will have a drying effect on your facial hair, causing your beard to become brittle and your skin to dry and flake.

A good beard wash will naturally assist with exfoliation and cleansing while hydrating and detangling the beard and skin (not the detangling part though).

Using beard wash is just like shampoo for your beard. Usually, you won't need to shampoo every day.

Beard Conditioner
Most beard washes today have a conditioning agent in them, but if you feel your beard is dry or coarse then a beard conditioner is just the go. Your beard will scream for joy with the extra hydration and care.

Beard Repair
If your beard looks and feels like steel wool or for long beard lovers, nourish and repair even the wiriest beard with Proraso Beard Oil Treatment. Assists in achieving a healthy growth without breakage and leaves beard super soft. Your beard and friends will thank you. 

Beard Gear

Beard Gear

Taking care of your beard isn't only oil and clean. The right beard gear allows you to train, trim, guide and mould your beard into your desired style and look.

Beard Combs
A bear comb assists with distributing beard oil or balm through your facial hair evenly and effectively, it separates the strands, helps in preventing split-ends and ingrown hairs and arranges the beard for a fuller look.

Moustache Comb
A moustache comb has narrower teeth to assist in keeping the moustache hair aligned.

Beard Brush
A boar's hair beard brush is the ultimate beard tool. The boar hair which has a microscopic scaled texture distributes natural sebum as well as beard oil throughout the beard. The detangling bristles unclog and clean the hair follicle and massage to increase blood flow. Boar's hair doesn't snag or pull out beard hair and is better than most synthetic brushes.

Bear Potions

Beard Potions

Beard Oil
As with your skin, your beard needs hydration, washing your beard keeps it clean, but it can also dry your facial hair and cause itching by stripping your sebum or natural oils. Beard oil is a leave-in conditioner which assists in harmonizing your natural beard oils and your skin.

Applying Beard Oil
Apply your beard oil after showering. The warm water opens your skin pores and hair follicles. Hand dry your beard dry and apply oil. Size matters when using beard oil, so as a guide a smaller beard may only require 3 or 4 drops, while the fuller beard may need 7 or 8 drops. Test it out, starting smaller than more as needed.

Beard Balm
Beard balms are also leave-in conditioners to nourish your beard and skin. Beard balm also has a low-level of styling control. A balm is weightier than oil and provides an extended conditioning effect and may contain beeswax, shea butter and oils. You can use beard oil and beard balm at the same time for a shiny glossy look.

Applying Beard Balm
Apply as you would with beard oil using a small amount, and use more if needed.

Moustache Wax

Moustache Wax

Moustaches look great on their own or as part of your impressive beard. One thing to remember though you must care for it; otherwise, it will take over and become overgrown. So be sure to trim and shape to your desired style.

For the au natural moustache style, place a small amount of wax on your thumb and massage between your thumb and fingers until the wax is tacky to the touch. Start to apply the wax from the centre of your moustache working outwards. Style and now you’re ready for stepping out.

Beard Care Video 

Beard Grooming

Applying Beard Oil

Applying Bear Balm

Beard Trim

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