Just Grow It
Smellis is one of those rare companies that actually manages to pull together a healthy list of beard nourishing ingredients. 100% Essential and base oils are light & quick to absorb without clogging the pores, perfect for dry skin under the beard.
Beard oil isn't just for full big beards, but also for beard stubble and smaller beards. People often say, "I'll use beard oil when my beard gets a little longer", as if they can't benefit from it because their beard is too small. That's simply not the case. Beard oil is perfect for any size, even if it's stubble.
A few drops are all you need
I recommend getting a beard care kit that has all the products you need for a healthy, itch free beard. It will save you time and money.
Step One Wash: One ’N Done Shampoo and Conditioner
Beard wash will keep your beard soft, fresh-smelling and clean. Avoid shampoos & soaps designed for hair care, they will dry your skin and beard.
Step Two: Moisturize Your Beard
While conditioners help nourish your beard, beard oil hydrates the skin underneath your beard, which is just as important!
The skin underneath your beard is susceptible to dandruff, dryness, irritation and more.
It must to be kept moisturized.
Step Three: Trim Your Beard
Regular trimming helps keep your beard looking neat and itch free.
When you first grow out your beard, you’ll want to avoid trimming for 8-12 weeks. That will give your beard enough time to develop thickness and fill out any patchy areas.
Beard scissors are great for detail work. Many men find their mustache grows a bit faster than the hair on their cheeks. Trimming the ‘stache with scissors is an easy way to create a uniform look across your entire face
Step Four: Comb & Brush Your Beard Not only do they help keep your beard looking great, train it to grow in a single direction, they also promote beard health, reduce itching and scratching.