Brother’s Beard Grooming Guide

Our beard oil and Balm have been researched for months and made with the finest purest and natural blends of oils. Brother’s Beard Beard Oil and Balm facilitates and promotes faster and thicker hair growth and reduces dry itchy skin for new beards.
We are sure you’ve noticed. The beard is back and in a big way and if you want to keep up with this massive trend, understanding how to grow a beard is the first step towards beardiness!


Brother’s Beard is a brand for brothers with beards.


The aim is to provide your beard with high quality products that are suitable for your beard and will assist you in taking care of it. These products have been researched for months in seeking the best formula for all hair types. It’s no secret that the beard is the new black. There’s more evidence than ever before that men are interested in growing and maintaining a healthy and well-groomed beard. There’s a good reason why beard care is getting this well-deserved attention.
For the past three to four years, we notice a very steep upward trend towards beard care products. Needless to say that this interest was driven by the even stronger desire of men to let their beards grow, heavily influenced by Movember and Decembeard campaigns


When growing out your beard you may notice a few things:


1. beard hairs are likely growing in 10 different directions
2. the skin underneath your beard is likely feeling quite a bit itchy
3. or worse, is flaking, and your beard generally feels pretty coarse.
Guess what all of this is totally expected, If you are not taking care of your beard correctly. In fact, everything we mentioned can be easily treated with Brother’s Beard Oils and Balm.
So as you grow your beard there are a few things you absolutely must know about, and all of this will be explained in good detail for both our beard oils and Beard Balm



Brother’s Beard Oil Guide


When Should You Start Using Beard Oil?


Beard oil manufacturers will claim that you can start using your beard oil as soon as you have a bit a stubble. While this technically might be true, it is a bit of overkill, and the reason why it is a bit overkill is because At the root of every follicle you have these tiny little glands called sebaceous glands.

Sebaceous glands are responsible for giving your follicles the essential moisture it needs in order for your hair to look healthy. You have these glands all over your body with the exception of your palms, soles of your feet. However, the glands are a bit larger for your face and hair follicles.

Now interesting fact is that These sebaceous glands produce sebum oil which is absolutely key to understand why beard oil exists in the first place.Now as your beard follicle gets longer, it will ultimately begin to suck up all of the sebum oil and will be effectively looking for more, this is when the dreaded itch occurs and with the dry skin underneath your beard, eventually flaking will start to occur.

But it gets worse

Not only will you have itchy and flaky facial situation but you will also have a beard that is feeling a bit rigid, sharp, crunchy.This is because the sebum oil that is responsible for making sure that your beard stays well moisturized is not making it to the tips, and when it doesn’t, your beard just simply doesn’t feel that great.


So How Does This All Relate To Beard Oil?


where the production of sebum oil from your sebaceous glands can’t keep up with your epic beard is when you need to introduce an all natural solution,Brother’s Beard oil.


Additional Information About Beard Oil


Beard oil contains just simply two core ingredients – carrier and essential oils.the carrier oils make up about 95% of any beard oil and will be responsible for all the moisture that your beard needs.

( Always make sure you do a patch test – typically behind your ear or in the bend of your elbow, to make sure you don’t have any sensitivities to the oils. )

While carrier oils are well, boring. Their scents are muted and only serve the purpose of hydrating that skin. Essential oils on the other hand what make the beard oils come to life with interesting smells to excite not only yourself but the people around that awesome mane.


How to use Brother’s Beard Oil


Now before You Begin

The best time to apply is after a hot shower, when your hairs are cleanest and softest, this is when they will most easily absorb the oils. Dry your beard completely before applying any oil. Water will prevent the oil from being absorbed.


Beard Oil Application


Step 1:
Put 2-3 drops of oil in your palms. (This will go a long way, and you can apply more later if needed.)
Step 2:
Spread it evenly in your palms and fingers.
Once the oil is distributed, brush your palms along the sides of your beard.Do the same down the front.
Then bring both hands up through the bottom of your beard.
Step 3:
Use your finger tips to coat the hairs on your mustache.
Step 4:
Use a comb to evenly distribute the oil while setting the hairs back in place.
Step 5:
Repeat this process once daily to keep your beard soft and conditioned.

( Frequency of application varies based on season, climate, and numerous other factors. Start with an every-other-day application and adjust as you deem necessary. )




Brother’s Beard Balm Guide


To understand what a beard balm is, its important to first understand the ingredients that are within the actual balm itself. While every balm is unique, they typically will always have four distinct ingredient types:

Carrier oils
Essential oils
Spreadability agent

we have touched on carrier oils and essential oils in the beard oil chapter, and so we will touch on spreadability agents and beeswax.
In order to give a beard balm its “balmy” properties, there is usually a spreadability agent added in of some sorts, the most common is going to be a shea or cocoa butter. These butters are usually found in all sorts of lotions and do a terrific job at converting a beard balm from a waxy block into something that is a bit more malleable. In addition, it will also add a terrific layer of moisture to the carrier oils that are already contained within the product.

An additional product that gives beard balm its distinct property is the inclusion of beeswax. Beeswax will help to provide a very slight hold for your beard. Beeswax does also have some great properties for your skin as well. Most prominently it will help to act as a protectant by blocking out natural pollutants that you may encounter through out the course of any given day.
Of all the ingredients within a beard balm, the beeswax acts more so as a binding agent when compared to all the other ingredients.


How To Use Brother’s Beard Balm


Step 1:
Take a shower. Clean your beard. While it isn’t recommended that you wash your beard with shampoo every single day, you should still be rinsing your beard with warm water every morning and every night. ( This gives you a clean canvas to work with and ensures you’re not stacking up your beard with too many oils, while still retaining the skin’s natural moisture. ) It’s important to dry your beard thoroughly before applying beard balm so that the hair and skin can absorb it properly.

NB: Don’t use hair shampoo on your beard – they’re two very different types of hair. While you may shampoo your hair every day, your beard is much more prone to drying out and should only be washed once or twice a week.

Step 2:
Rub a small amount of balm into your hands.( A little goes a long way, so don’t overdo it and risk wasting product ) Use the back of your nail to scrape up a dime-sized amount of balm and rub it between your hands until you feel it melt and soften. ( Don’t rub the balm between your fingers – it’ll make washing the oil off of your hands much more difficult when you’re done.)
Step 3:
Work the balm into your beard. Work the balm into your beard starting at your neck, moving your hands upwards toward your chin. Scrape up some more balm if parts of your beard are still dry.
Step 4:
Once the bottom portion of your beard is thoroughly moisturized, work the balm into your sideburns and work your way down. Don’t just apply the balm to the surface of your beard ( massage it into your skin. A beard is only as healthy as the skin it grows from. ) Plus, massaging your skin can help stimulate your hair follicles, potentially helping your beard grow faster.
Step 5:
Style your beard with a comb or brush. Use your desired comb or brush to style your beard to your liking. ( While a balm won’t give you an extra strong hold like a gel or pomade would, it does offer more control than an oil or just plain water.)
Step 6:
Rinse and repeat (literally). Before you go to bed at night, rinse out the oil in your beard with warm water. When you wake up, do the whole thing over again. ( Unlike shampoo, beard balm can and should be applied every




Beard Oil Vs Beard Balm


Oils and balms are essentially the same, except balms add wax and butter to the mix. As far as differences go, oil doesn’t offer the same hold as balm.
But if you love beard oils, you don’t have to give them up to start using a balm – you can use both at the same time. If you do, apply the oil before the balm.




Credit must be given where credit is due. this guide would not be possible without refrence to the guides listed below.