Rachel: I have an idea for the the new blog post on beard dandruff.
Rachel: How about we do a video of you showing the guys how you brush your beard? Brushing is a big part of fighting beard dandruff.
Barry: OK, but that’s it? Just a video of me brushing my beard?
Rachel: No. Don’t you remember? That’s just part of it. First we’ll tell them all about beard dandruff, it’s causes, how to handle it, products to use etc.
Barry: Sounds good. Will we cover itchy beard and red patches as well?
Rachel: A little, it’s all related but I wanted to really focus on beard dandruff in this post and cover it well.
Barry: OK, I think the timing is good. I can’t remember from year to year but with fall coming I’m a bit itchy and flaky myself. I guess it’s the change of season.
Rachel: I think so. Anyway, let’s get down to the business of how to grow and maintain a healthy, dandruff free beard.
Barry: Sound good. Here goes. BTW, what should I wear for the video?
Rachel: It started? The movie star. Does it really matter? Just lose the Brooklyn Dodgers hat.
Barry: No hat?
Rachel: No hat!
Barry: OK, OK, OK, no hat.
Dandruff is the shedding of dead skin cells that appear on your clothes as white flakes. We all shed skin as it dies and a small amount of flaking is normal. Some of us shed more skin than others and have redness and irritation that is accompanied by itchiness.
Beard dandruff can have several causes: dry skin, not cleaning, not brushing (exfoliating), not moisturizing, using products that are full of chemicals and so on. It also could be caused by more serious problems like eczema, psoriasis and allergies. But often the cause is related to total neglect.
Brush - Clean - Moisturize - Brush - Lock it in
Brush - brushing first is the best way to loosen up the dead skin
Clean - wash dead skin, bacteria and excess sebum away
Moisturize - with beard oil
Brush - massage and brush your beard to stimulate and style
Lock it in - with beard and mustache pomade
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An all natural 100% boars hair brush is recommended. The bristles are short and soft enough that they won’t pull out his whiskers yet firm enough for a great massage and beard brushing experience. Our favorite is the military style brush with a natural wooden handle. It fits comfortably into the palm of the hand and there is no handle to get in the way.
Rachel: OK, nicely done. Now let’s do the video. I see you lost the cap. Just brush your hair a bit, it’s all flat from the hat.
Barry: Will do. Where’s my hairbrush?
Rachel: I don’t know.
Barry: I can’t find it.
Rachel: Use your beard brush. The guy went from no brushes to two brushes!
Barry: I found it.
Rachel: Where was it?
Barry: Under my Dodgers cap.
Rachel: Where else?