How To Use Beard Butter (& 2 Other Things You Should Know)

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Growing out a full, healthy beard is one hell of an accomplishment in any man’s life. This is a process that often takes a good amount of time, and once you’ve finally got a rich set of hair throughout your face, it can be easy to feel like the king of the world. However, now that you’ve got your beard, it’s time to start taking care of it. Your facial hair requires regular upkeep and maintenance for a healthy life, and that’s what you need to know how to use beard butter.

Beard butter is one of the best products out there for keeping your beard nourished and moisturized, and this results in a beard that’s softer and stronger than one without any proper upkeep.

 
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There are a number of different benefits that come along with frequently using beard butter throughout your facial hair, and today, we’re going to look into how to apply the stuff, learn what it does, and so much more.

We’ve got a lot to talk about in this one, so without any further ado, let’s get started.

What Exactly is Beard Butter?

We’ll talk about the proper way to use beard butter soon enough, but before we do that, it’s important to know what this stuff actually is.

Beard butter is made up of a combination of beard oil and beard balm. Both beard oil and balm work great on their own, but when you combine the two together, you get something truly special.

With this sort of concoction, beard butter is able to hold moisture into your facial hair so that it doesn’t get dried out or crunchy. Additionally, thanks to the texture of beard butter, it’s also a great tool that you can use for styling your beard.

 

There are many different kinds of beard butter to choose from, and while most of them are made with the same core ingredients, some companies choose to use more natural ones over artificial components.

Natural beard butters will also reign supreme over non-natural options, and this information is usually very easy to find when shopping around.

How to Use Beard Butter

Once you’ve got your beard butter, you’ll probably be itching to apply it ASAP. We encourage this enthusiasm, but hold off on that just a second. It can be very, very easy to overuse beard butter during the application process, and as such, we’ve created a fool-proof way for getting the most use out of the stuff.

 

First thing’s first, you’ll want to get a small bit of beard butter — just about enough to fit perfectly on your fingertip. A little goes a long way with a product like this, so don’t think you need to use half of the container just to see noticeable results.

From here, take the beard butter and rub it throughout both your palms. The main goal here is to really coat both of your hands in the butter so you get a smooth application when you’re ready to put it onto your hair, so make sure you’ve got everything evenly spread out.

 

Next, take your beard-butter-coated hands and rub them throughout your face and your beard in a thorough motion. You don’t want to be too aggressive, but rubbing too gently won’t do enough either. Try to manage your facial hair/face as deeply as you can, as this will ensure every strand of your beard gets the butter that it wants and needs.

After rubbing the butter throughout your beard with your hands, we suggest getting a wide-tooth comb to brush your beard with. This will help to spread the butter more evenly than what your hands are capable of, and you can get this done by taking your comb and brushing by starting at the bottom and then moving up towards your ears. You can do this from both directions if you really want to get the best application possible, but do note that this will puff up your beard a bit.

 

Lastly, take that same comb to push your beard back down to its natural state/style.

Also, if you’re wondering how to use beard cream or how to use beard wash, these same rules generally apply in the same manner.

Does Beard Butter Help Beard Growth?

 

As mentioned earlier on in this guide, beard butter has a number of different benefits. It moisturizes your beard, keeps it soft and healthy, and provides nourishment with essential nutrients.

 

These are benefits found with a lot of other beard products out there, but something that lots of men seem to be asking is whether or not beard butter helps to promote beard growth.

To an extent, yes.

Let me explain.

Any beard grooming products (oil, butter, wax, etc.) provide your beard with nutrients and other goodies that it needs to be as healthy as it can be. As a side effect of this, new beard hairs come in stronger and healthier than ever before.

 

A healthier beard will typically mean that you'll get the chance of growing hair at a slightly faster rate with hairs coming in much healthier and softer, but applying beard butter to your face won’t immediately cause your hair to grow at an extremely faster rate.

I’m not saying that you definitely won’t see improved beard growth after regularly using beard butter, but don’t expect your hair to grow substantially faster than what it’s doing right now.

 

Final Thoughts

 

Even if beard butter doesn’t result in rapidly faster beard growth, it’s still something that’s absolutely worth trying out if you never have before. Beard butter provides your facial hair with a number of much-needed benefits, and thanks to this guide, you now know the absolute best way to apply it to your face. So stop reading this article, pick up some beard butter, and start living your life with a fuller, richer, healthier set of facial hair.

Eric
 

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