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Where to start?

Do you have a beard?
Do you want to maintain it?
Don't know where to start?
 

Here is some information that might help you

Step 1: Ingredients
To start, you should know that the choice of ingredients is essential to the selection of a purchase of product for the beard whether it is an oil, a balm, a shampoo or a butter. A ton of beard products are on the market, but unfortunately many of them contain products that are harmful to the hair, scalp and skin.
It is important to look at the labels to know the ingredients.
Opt for natural ingredients preferably.
What you want to avoid at all costs in your beard are silicones, ie plastics. You will recognize them on the label as: Dimethicone, Cyclopentasiloxane, Phenyldimethylpolysioxane, Dimethiconol, Stearyl Dimethicone or Lauryl methicone copolyol.

Step 2: Smell
Know the kind of smell you prefer. Do you prefer more natural scents? Do you like ''evening perfume'' type smells? Do you prefer the smells of wood?
At Barbe Divine we certainly have a smell that will please you.

Natural: The Original, The Comfort
Woody : Wild Wood
Scented Evening Style: Brise des Iles, Classic Man
Lightly scented: Moonlight
Scented vibe: Sunrise, Lux
Sweet: Havana

Step 3: Know how to apply products
First of all, we suggest you apply the product twice a day to get the most benefit possible.

After washing your beard, (DO NOT use shampoo containing silicone, parabens or other chemicals. Divine Beard Beard Shampoo ) it is very important to dry it. We suggest that you tumble dry it at a moderate temperature from a distance of about 6-7 inches. You can use a boar bristle brush while brushing downwards. You will already have 60% done.

Oil: If you want to apply oil, drop a few drops in the palm of one hand and with the tips of your fingers of the other hand, you can drop the product on the skin, massaging well. This will stimulate blood flow. You will have some oil left in your palm, so rub your hands well together and apply it on the surface all over your beard.

Balm:





 

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