Beard balm isn’t a magic solution to growing a beard but it can definitely help with a healthier beard and skin.
Beeswax provides hold to keep your beard looking tidy and conditioning oils help soften beard hair as well as adding volume and thickness.
Coconut oil, cocoa butter, shea butter, and almond oil are all skin-friendly oils and keep your face healthy, working to reduce irritation, flaking, dryness, and beard dandruff.
How to Use Beard Balm
Balm works best when applied to a clean, damp beard, which is why many men use it right out of the shower.
Dry your beard with a towel and then scoop out a pea-sized chunk of balm, working it between your fingers until it is soft and liquid.
Work the beard balm into your beard with your fingers, starting at the top and working your way down.
Some men use a beard comb or brush to apply balm while others just use their hands, working it in and shaping their beard as they go.
Apply more for bigger, thicker beards or less depending on your preference. You’ll get a feel for what works best with your beard and personal grooming preferences.
Many men use beard balm along with beard oil, which provides a conditioning boost.