How to Use Beard Oil in Sunlight

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There are some important things you need to know about sun damage to your beard. Using the right beard oil is an important factor in preventing your beard from being damaged by the sun. Read on for tips on how to use your beard oil in the sun and make it last longer. You also need to take care of your skin. Using the right beard oil is very important for your beard so it is best to avoid using products that contain fragrances.

The Effects of Sunlight on Beards

A study done by the British Skin Foundation suggests that excessive exposure to ultraviolet (UV) light can cause skin cancer and melanomas. Beards provide an excellent UV shield. They also leave little space for tanning. Therefore guys with thicker facial hair should take extra precautions to protect themselves from the sun. In addition to wearing a high-factor sunscreen men with beards should avoid shaving after returning from a vacation.

Researchers at the University of Queensland found that beards can shield people from the sun by blocking up to 95 percent of the UV rays. However while the facial area does not get much sun the beard helps to slow down the aging process. Sun damage is a major factor in wrinkling our skin as we get older. So if you want to avoid sun damage it is essential to keep your beard as long as possible.

How can you prevent beard damage from the sun?

Although beards may be a stylish and fashionable fashion statement they also offer protection from the sun. Beards protect the small section of face and body from skin cancer and wrinkles. This also slows the aging process as the beard helps to keep the face moist. Sun exposure accelerates the skin’s ageing process. Hence it’s important to protect the face from the sun.

The sun’s rays can dry out your beard and hair causing the cuticles to split. Beard oil and balm combine to form a leave-in conditioner that helps retain optimum moisture levels. Beards are naturally oily but swimming in chlorinated water can strip the hair of its natural oil causing it to be dry and brittle. Additionally chlorine and salt water damage the hair follicles stopping facial hair growth. Therefore after swimming wash your beard and apply beard oil.

How to Use Beard Oil in the Sun

Beard oil is a great product for any man who wears a beard whether it’s on his face or cheeks. However it becomes especially important after a fresh shave when beard hairs start to cover the face and take shape. The skin on your beard needs something hydrating and easily absorbed to prevent it from drying out. Beard oil contains both the nutrients and moisture your beard needs to stay healthy and looking its best.

The first step to applying beard oil is to wear sunscreen. Beard oil is less likely to irritate the skin around your beard if you apply it first. It will also help protect your face from the harmful UV rays. If you don’t wear sunscreen your beard oil will not provide the moisture your beard needs to look and feel its best. In addition you’ll have to decide whether to use your beard oil before or after applying sunscreen.

How to Make Your Beard Oil Last Longer

There are a few ways to extend the life of your beard oil. It’s important to remember that not all beard oils are created equal. Different people have different scent preferences and are looking for different results from their beard oils. Essential oils have many uses and can be found in dozens of different types of plants. Try experimenting with different scents to find one that suits your needs and your facial hair.

Prepare a beard oil base by mixing some carrier oils. You can use just one carrier oil or a blend of several. Use a funnel to fill a sterilized bottle. Be sure to remove the droppers before boiling the bottle. Once the base is ready add the essential oils. Store the oil in a dark place to prevent it from being ruined by the sun. Lastly store your beard oil in a dark cool place.

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