Helps Prevent Acne
Maintaining a simple beard can protect your skin and follicles from exposure to bacteria and dirt. When shaving the face, the razors men typically use tend to expose the pores and skin to harmful bacteria. Each time a man shaves his face, he is opening the follicles and allowing an opportunity for clogging and other skin damage.
If you grow and beard and still need to shave your neck, then we recommend using natural shaving soaps or shave oils to help exfoliate and condition the skin. Cheap shaving creams, full of chemicals, do more damage than good in the realms of skincare. So always choose quality natural options when you do have to shave.
Blocks the Sun to Beat the Heat
There is a big misconception this day in age that beards are too hot in the summer and should be trimmed or shaved off during the warmer months. A simple hat with even a small amount of facial hair has been proven to protect the skin on your face from harmful sun-rays that are known to cause skin cancer.
Did you know that even when you sweat, during the summer, a combination of the moisture from sweat and a light breeze can act as a swamp cooler in your beard? This can keep your neck and face much cooler than letting the hot sun burn your bare skin…