How To Choose The Right Beard Cleanser

Beard cleansers are an essential part of your beard care routine. They're designed to remove dirt, oil and debris from your facial hair, leaving it clean and soft. This helps keep your beard healthy and looking great. Not only will they help you keep your beard looking great, but they'll also help you avoid breakouts and other skin issues.


With so many different brands on the market, finding the right beard cleanser can be a challenge. It's hard to decide which beard cleanser is right for your facial hair. Here's what you should look for when shopping for a good beard shampoo


First: Understand the texture of your beard


How long is it? What colour is it? Is it coily or loosely curled? These are important questions to ask yourself when shopping for a good beard shampoo. If you have an especially thick or curly beard, you will want to opt for a more moisturising formula with a water base that will help soften the hair whilst maintaining as much hydration as possible. Look for ones that contain natural oils like blackseed oil and fatty highly lipid butters like mango butter. 


Next: Look at the ingredients


The first ingredient on any product should always be water — if it's not water, then ask yourself why not! Water will always make up the majority of any cleanser because it's what makes up most of our bodies. Afro hair, especially, requires a lot of hydration to keep it healthy and to prevent breakage. The products you use on your beard should always be free from Sulphates and Parabens which completely strip the hair of its natural oils.


Look at the ingredients list on the bottle or tube before you buy anything. Most cleansers will contain similar ingredients like glycerin, coconut oil and jojoba oil — these are safe choices that won't irritate sensitive skin or cause breakouts under your chin from clogged pores caused by shaving too close with a dull blade.

 

 

To keep your hair, beard and skin at it's very best, you must invest in quality products and remain consistent with your care routine

Aaron Wallace