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>> No. 5748 Anonymous
7th December 2017
Thursday 11:53 pm
5748 Beard maintenance?
I've had a short beard for a decade or so but I've never given much thought to maintenance. Since I've been growing it out I've started realising I should probably be more aware, but most of the stuff I read online seems to want to sell me something rather than be helpful and informative.

Beard brushes? Beard oil/wax/whatever? Are these just marketing gimmicks? Any other advice?
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>> No. 5749 Anonymous
8th December 2017
Friday 7:55 am
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I will just put a bit of shampoo and conditioner in my beard the same time as washing my hair. I also just use a normal comb to brush through a few drops of this stuff, once my beeard has dried. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Bulldog-Original-Beard-Oil-30/dp/B01M1A2498 .
>> No. 5750 Anonymous
9th December 2017
Saturday 3:31 pm
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If your beard is puffy, a bit of beard oil really helps to just settle it down and stop you looking like a tramp. Beard shampoo and moisturiser doesn't seem to do much in my opinion.

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