Give it a trim
You might have spent days growing that perfect beard but summers can mean bad news for you. From a constant feeling of irritability to itchy skin, overgrown beard can mean trouble during the summers. This is why it’s best to give your beard a trim—just a wee bit, perhaps 1-2 inches to make it into a comfortable length so summers go by without any skin problems.
If you happen to have sensitive skin, know that things will get worse during the summers, especially with an overgrown beard. The excessive sweat causes buildup and grime and ends up accumulating in your beard causing your skin to turn greasy and acne prone. So what’s the solution, you ask? Make sure you clean your beard regularly with a gentle face wash every day. Moreover, it is important that you also scrub your skin twice a week in order to keep bacteria away during this season.
Don’t forget sunscreen
You must keep in mind that the sun rays often break down hair cuticles making your hair dry and brittle. While that applies to the hair on your head, the same also goesyou’re your beard. The solution to this lies in using sunscreen on your beard along with slathering it on your face. Even if you’re indoors, remember than the sun rays can easily penetrate through your windows and cause skin and hair problems. Applying sunscreen will not only will this protect your hair from the sun rays but it will also keep your beard smooth and soft throughout the season.
Keep it moisturised
Summers are when your beard is coarser than the rest of your body and you have to use the right beard care products to give it that extra care. This is why you need to use a beard oil, after you wash your face, on your beard. This will help detangle your hairs and keep your beard moisturised throughout the day. Moreover, since you can easily get dehydrated in the summers, make sure you drink at least 3 litres of water every day. Remember that if you don’t hydrate, your beard hair is prone to damage and breakage and nobody wants that, do we?