Winter Grooming Routine

By Pavan Poonia –
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Guys, with the cold weather here, it’s time to take your grooming routine up a level. Men tend to neglect their skin and facial hair in the colder months but this is when it needs it the most. Whether you’re clean shaven or have a full on neck coverage beard, here’s how we can help you maintain winning skin and beards through the winter months.

Beards
Just like your hair, wash and shampoo your beard regularly. After cleansing, apply a little conditioner to make your beard feel softer so you won’t get any rough bristly hairs.Combing
Don’t forget to comb your beard and moustache after washing and shampooing it with a wide toothed comb to remove tangles.

Cleanse & Exfoliate
Look for face cleansers with an added exfoliater, it will save you time in the morning! This will help buff your complexion plus your skin will thank you for it. Once a week is enough for deep cleansing to get rid of ingrown hairs, these form when dead skin cells are trapped so avoid these by gently using small circular motions when applying. Use after showering for best results as your pores will be open.

Aftershave Balm
Smooth on after shaving to soothe redness and irritation. We especially recommend this in the colder months and since Spring is still a bit cold then continue to do so.

Moisturise
Apply a light moisturiser to keep skin soft and supple, leaving it feeling rejuvenated and fresh and finish off with a weekly trim and some oil to keep it even, then you’re good to go! Here are some tips.

Looking for oils? Here’s a good link to some by Braw Beard Oils too.

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