KC Shave Co Beard Care Product Essentials

July 22, 2016

KC Shave Co Beard Care Product Essentials

Do you have a beard but don't really know how to take care of it?  Can you not grow it out because it irritates and itches the hell out of you during the growth process?  If so, we have the solution for you.  Let your beard flow by using the following beard care products on your manly face fur.  The essential beard care products are beard balm, beard oil and of course beard wash.

Beard Wash: 

High Desert beard wash from KC Shave Co

Let's start with beard wash.  Everyone knows you have to wash the hair on your head.  So why wouldn't you wash the hair on your face?  Well if your not, you certainly should be!  We do not recommend using the same wash that is designed for the hair on the top of you head.  Why?  Because simply put the hair on your face is much different than the hair on your head.  We can get all scientific later on why, but for purposes of this article just know they are indeed much different.  One of the beard washes we feature is Col Conk's all natural beard wash. This particular wash features a shampoo, conditioner and Argon Oil. This wash is designed to naturally nourish and clean the hair while moisturizing the skin under the beard decreasing itch and flaking of the skin.

 

Beard Balm:

Leatherwood premium beard balm from KC Shave Co
    

Next is beard balm. KC Shave Co Beard Balm's nourish and condition your beard while giving a light hold. The ingredients in our balms promotes hair growth and strength. KC Shave Co beard balms will not leave you feeling overly greasy, they provide the perfect amount of moisture to control unruly hairs while conditioning your skin under your beard. The conditioners penetrate the hair follicle to moisturize your hair from the inside out leaving your beard feeling and looking more tame.

 

Beard Oil:

Last but not least is the beard oil. KC Shave Co's signature beard oil is the BEST on the market. Be careful of oils that do NOT have all the ingredients below. They are simply trying to make their oil less expensive. By doing this they are putting your beard in jeopardy!. Each of the oils we have chosen for our beard oil have a significant reason it was picked by. Simply put, our oil is designed to keep your skin moist and healthy and your beard hair smooth, healthy and looking sharp. There are 7 types of oil and vitamin E in our beard oil.  The seven oils are Fractionated Coconut Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Rice Bran Oil, Apricot Kernel Oil, Argan Oil, Jojoba Oil, Avocado Oil and Vitamin E.

 

We recommend purchasing one of your beard care kits.  Not only do they come in an up-cycled cigar box, but it will save you a little money by purchasing the kit compared to the products individually.  Enjoy!  

Beard kit from KC Shave Co






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