A good beard wax should act more like a conditioner, taming the wild curls and random growth of your facial hair. That’s accomplished by warming the wax in your hands and then running your hands from your cheeks down to the lowest point of the beard. Repeat this procedure a few times, even the unruliest of beard hair should be turned into a flowing showpiece.
How to use our Beard Wax
Our Beard Wax comes in a tin and is a thick yet pliable consistency. Think of the Beard Wax as a styling agent that nourishes both beard and skin.
- Think of it as conditioner for your beard, a little goes a long way, the best technique is to take a small amount and apply it to your beard evenly using your fingers or a Beard Comb or Boar's Bristle Beard Brush.
- Keep applying tiny amounts of wax until your beard looks at its best and feels soft and strong to touch.
- Try to not put too much wax on at once because you run the risk of getting too greasy as it’s a leave-in conditioner and not a dry oil like the Citrus Spice Beard Oil.
- The best time to apply Beard Wax is right after a shower or washing your face because the skin is moist and absorbs more of the ingredients that will help pacify your beards itchiness.