A healthy beard is one of the things that separates a gentleman of standing from a travelling vagabond. Soft hair, an obedient shape and a pleasing aroma are all evidence that a man cares about his beard and the skin it grows on.
The hair that grows on a man’s face in quite different than what grows on his head. Often much coarser and stiffer, and rooted in skin that is much more sensitive, beard hair requires a special elixir. The omnipotent lime is present to cleanse the hair and remove unwanted oils while aloe is used to soften the beard and face. Unlike shampoo, this formula easily rinses from the beard to help prevent the dreaded ‘beardruff’.
Like a castaway craves water, a freshly washed beard requires nourishment. A conditioner introduces burdock and fenugreek to moisturize the hair and skin to prevent inconvenient itching, dandruff and ingrown hairs; peppermint oil adds lustre.
Growing a new beard can be one of life’s hardest trials, irritated skin and prickly hair can often drive a man to the type of madness only shaving can cure. A lotion of lime and aloe creates the ideal environment for a glorious beard to flourish. Working some into an established beard can take the place of a scented oil to maintain a gentlemanly shape.
A bearded gentleman would find that applying all three of the aforementioned products and brushing with a natural bristled brush will leave them a beard that feels luxurious and regal.