1. Clean your Beard You don’t want to apply beard oil to a dirty beard. Dirt and dust accumulate in your whiskers and it’s even more of an issue with a longer beard. 2. Dry your Beard Use a soft towel to pat your beard dry; you can use a blow dryer if you choose,Continue reading “Step-by-Step: How BEST to Apply Beard Oil”
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Although the causes of hair loss are many — including genetics, age, hormones, nutrient deficiencies, toxicity, medications, and autoimmunity — changing your diet can, in many cases, be helpful.
Coconut oil is effective in strengthening hair follicles and nourishing the scalp.
Washing your hair immediately Now that you’ve oiled your hair, do not make the mistake of washing it off immediately. The oil needs some time to penetrate your scalp and give it the necessary nutrients. It’s best that you leave the oil overnight for shiny and gorgeous locks. Being irregular with oiling Any home remedyContinue reading “Top 3 Oiling Mistakes You MUST Avoid”
Onion juice has long been a favored natural hair loss treatment that actually works.
You can use T E N N A O I L daily as part of your beard care routine. Once a day is plenty either in the morning or at bedtime. Step 1 Your first step is making sure that your hands are clean and dry before you apply T E N N A OContinue reading “TENNA OIL Beard Routine”
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1. Not satisfied with your beard’s growth? Try some coconut oil A healthy beard is typically one that – among other positives – is growing at a normal pace, and coconut is said to help in that area, too. A consistent application of coconut oil encourages your beard to grow, both in length and thickness.Continue reading “When to Use Coconut Oil For Your Beard?”