Beard care tips from Chris at The Mod Cabin

Chris from The Mod Cabin Talks Beard Care

A few weeks ago, we spoke with Chris from The Mod Cabin about their quickly growing all-natural beard and skin care company. While we talked a lot about the business, Chris also dropped some serious beard care wisdom on us, and we’re sharing his 5 best tips right here. No-Shave November (or Movember, if that’s your preferred event) is just about halfway over, so if you’re considering keeping what you’re currently growing, or you’re just looking for ways to make your beard more luscious, read on.

Beard Care Tips from The Mod Cabin

Drink Plenty of Water
Staying hydrated makes your hair grow faster and keeps it from becoming dry. Drink a lot of water, and try to cut out caffeine when possible.

Take Your Vitamins (For Beard Growth)
Biotin can help with beard growth, and you can get it in vitamin B7. You also want to be sure you’re getting enough protein. Omega fish oil supplements can help with that as well.

Dump the Comb and Get a Beard Brush
Invest in a Boar’s Hair Bristle Brush – it does a better job of distributing beard oil through your hair than a comb.

Beard Care Tips: Use Birch Tar Soap from The Mod Cabin

Don’t Forget to Wash Your Beard
A lot of our customers wash twice a week with Birch Tar Beard Soap – it exfoliates and moisturizes, which helps take care of dead skin under your beard. Don’t forget to apply oil or balm after you’ve washed your beard.

For the Love of Pete, Moisturize
Use both oils and balms together to moisturize the skin beneath your beard. This can help remove anything that might be blocking follicles. These kind of products soften the beard and make it all around healthier.
Fulfill your beard care needs with soaps, oils, balms and more from Chris and Cori at TheModCabin.com.

Give Us Your Beard Care Tips and Tricks in the Comments Below.

 

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Chubstr
Chubstr

There's a bit of a learning curve, for sure. Did you use it for a while?

Nocturnal Charm
Nocturnal Charm

I used this thing yearrrs ago. It works but still a tad ergonomically awkward