Beard conditioner is a grooming and styling product designed for men. Although it is designed for use on beard hair, it is similar to regular hair conditioner in that it conditions the beard and makes it more manageable. Often, men’s hair types or beard styles will determine whether they need beard conditioner. Some formulas are created to provide skin benefits as well as beard control. Like other grooming and styling products, beard conditioner is available in a variety of formulas to suit each man’s skin and hair type.
Primarily, beard conditioner is designed to help men improve the condition of their beard hair and gain better control over their beards. This product works to make a man’s beard more manageable, whether it is in the beginning growing stages or already is at the length or style he wants. Thus, a conditioner might act as a beard softener for a particularly coarse or bushy beard, or it might work to keep longer beard hair in place. Some conditioners include ingredients that provide other benefits. For example, various kinds of beard conditioner not only soften and control beard hair, but also provide beard cleaning properties, skin astringent qualities, and skin softening agents.
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Generally, certain types of beards more than others require a beard conditioner. For example, a man who is just growing a beard or has an intricate beard style might need more control over his hair. Sometimes, the man’s hair type will require him to use a conditioner for more control or to soften or relax the hair. Men with graying beards often find their beards are thicker, coarser, or more bristly or wiry than they were before they turned gray. Likewise, some men have naturally thick and coarse hair.
A bearded gentleman can find numerous different kinds of beard conditioner at various retail stores, barber and styling shops, and other locations that sell beard supplies. Some conditioners are designed similarly to regular hair conditioners, and others have the consistency of oils, lotions, or butters. As with other grooming products, the man should choose the product with the consistency that will work best with his hair and skin type. For example, a man with skin prone to breaking out might avoid beard oil or butter and opt for a lotion. On the other hand, a man who often deals with dry, flaky, or itchy skin might benefit less from a lotion than he would an oil or butter formula.