How to Use Beard Balm

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Discover how to use beard balm to keep your beard healthy, soft, and strong.

Learning how to use beard balm is very simple as it isn’t exactly rocket science.

You will need to keep a few tips in mind, though, if you want to get the most out of your beard balm and experience the best beard care results.

Our Brawn beard balm is designed to be a daily beard conditioner. Scoop some up with your fingers and massage it into your beard.

One morning application as part of your beard grooming routine — preferably after your shower when your beard is moist and damp — will get you through the day, although some men re-apply it throughout the day.

Many men use both Brawn and our Boss beard oil for maximum beard and skin health. Some men swear by both balms and oils for beard growth but they primarily work as a beard softener and conditioner.

Step by Step Instructions on How to Use Beard Balm

You will get the best results if beard balm is applied while your beard is slightly damp and skin pores are open, which makes applying right after a shower the perfect time.

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Using beard balm daily is a quick and simple way to add new life to your beard.

When you first start using beard balm, scoop out a pea-sized portion and rub it between your fingers until it is liquid and smooth.

Depending on the size of your beard and your hair type, you may need to use a larger portion but start small at first and work up as needed.

Use your fingers to comb Brawn into your beard, starting at the top and working down. Be sure to rub both the fronts and backs of your fingers into your beard.

There’s no magic trick to how to use balms — just keep working it in with your fingers until you’ve transferred the balm to your beard.

Some men will use a beard comb or brush right after applying beard balm but we recommend that you let it sit in and absorb for about 5 to 10 minutes before combing or brushing.

Applying Brawn beard balm takes about 5 minutes for most men — time well invested and your beard will most definitely thank you!

While some balms contain beeswax, don’t expect them to be a stiff, sculpting wax. The amount of beeswax used is typically low and designed to give a little shape and to tame flyaway hairs — not to turn your beard into a stiff, waxy mess.

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