I think you'll agree with me when I say that dandruff of any kind sucks.
But beard dandruff? That really sucks.
Well, it turns out there are some simple steps you can take to both prevent and treat beard dandruff.
And in this post, we're going to show how you can keep dandruff far away from your beard.
It is important to keep your beard and scalp clean of dirt and debris. To do this, use a gentle, all-natural clarifying beard shampoo containing tea tree 3-5 times per week as needed.
You know that squeaky noise that you sometimes hear after washing your beard? That's the sound of your beard being stripped of its natural, protective oils. If your beard has been stripped of its natural oils, it is very susceptible to dry skin, dandruff, and breakage. The best way to prevent your beard from becoming overly dry is to wash your beard only when it's dirty.
Why tea tree?
Because tea tree is not only anti-inflammatory, but it is also has major antibacterial properties as well.
If your beard is long, you may want to gently pat your beard with a towel to remove excess water. Using a hair dryer on the hot setting or letting your beard air dry could further aggravate dry skin.
Now that you've shampooed and conditioned your beard, we recommend using an all-natural beard oil serum to seal in moisture and keep the skin underneath from becoming too dry.
Dispense a dropper's amount of a repairing beard serum into your hands and distribute throughout your beard.
Now you'll want to gently comb through your beard to be sure the beard serum has been spread evenly. We strongly recommend Kent beard and mustache combs because, unlike many facial hair combs on the market today, Kent's plastic combs don't contain any microscopic cracks or tears to break your hair.
Keep your beard clean and properly moisturized. If you don't, you may end up with dry, flaky skin and even beard split ends.