Beard Conditioner Review-Professor Fuzzworthy’s Beard Shampoo with All Natural Oils from Tasmania Australia
There were days as a boy when we looked up to the men in our lives and realized that there are fundamental changes that we have to go through on the journey to manhood. One of those changes was evident when our hands grabbed hold of that rough, bushy beard that hung down on dad’s face. Something about that beard made manhood seem even more tough, more grown-up, and more—I don’t know—manly?
But it’s Not Just for Paul Bunyan and Mountain Men
In fact, I’m pretty sure there are some guys on Grey’s Anatomy that have beards, and if that show can boast some of that God-given chin pride, then the beard has definitely defied the stereotypes.
I mean, what do you naturally think about when you think of the beard–rough, coarse, scratchy, dry? And what do you think of the men who sport beards? I know that I only used to see them on mountain men with big trucks in the woods with an ax (not that I saw that particular combination often), or on men who were homeless and didn’t have a way of caring for their beard.
Times have changed, and I’m thankful for the fact that the beard has become a staple of the male persona. It’s culturally relevant. And because of that, we need to carry on with due diligence.
Oh, we hear a lot of about hair care, and of course, we need to care about it. Most of the commercials that we see or hear in the media talk about how men especially lack in the area of hair care. They talk about balding, thinning, and growth, but we also gotta’ make sure that we take care of what I like to call the bear hair—the beard.
Taking care of a beard is just as important as any other hair that you have on your body. Remember, we’re living in a time that defies the branding that beards have had in the past.
Your Beard Needs Some Love
Do you know how much your beard goes through on a daily basis?
Think about it.
If you are in the outdoors, you fight dirt, dust, and anything else that flies around through the air. What about what you eat? You’ve got bits of this and juices from that, and no, the napkin isn’t going to help.
So, clear the beard, and don’t ignore the fact that it needs care and attention. And please, for beard’s sake, don’t just run some water over it–that’s not cleaning anything. And don’t use random bar soap that you have in the shower. Bar soap tends to dry out the beard more and dry out the skin underneath.
Listen, your significant other doesn’t want to be sitting with you at night in a romantic mood, and find that as she runs her fingers through your manly beard, it’s dry, damaged, and down-right dirty. That’s a lot of ‘D’ words that you don’t want an association with. Ladies, if you’re reading this, you know what I’m saying. Help your guy.
More specifically Professor Fuzzworthy’s Beard Shampoo with All Natural Oils from Tasmania Australia. Yes, the name is long, but with a name that long, there is a lot of punch packed into the bar. And when you are looking for a product that is not only going to revitalize and help maintain your beard, you want something that’s going to do it naturally. So, let’s unpack it.
- Coconut castor oils. Soy wax leatherwood beeswax and honey. Professor Fuzzworthy’s Beard Shampoo provides softness to beards that normally dry and skin that normally flakes. The full beard should feel like a pillow and not a brillo pad.
- Tasmanian oils. Beards can be itchy. So, if you can have a product that will combat the itch, it should be a no-brainer. Well, unless it just removes the beard altogether. Don’t worry; Professor Fuzzworthy’s Beard Shampoo is not Nair. You’re safe!
- Smells awesome! Yeah, I had to bring up the smell because your beard is close enough to your sniffer for that to be a problem. It’s not girly to have a good-smelling beard, but if you are worried about that, trust me. These aren’t girly smells. Your beard won’t smell like Ocean Sunrise.
- Long Lasting! That’s one thing that I’ve noticed a lot of reviewers like about Professor Fuzzworthy’s shampoo. The stuff isn’t going to evaporate within a few days. If you take care of the product and keep it in the right environment, Fuzzworthy’s is going to last you a couple of months easy.
Professor Fuzzworthy’s Beard Shampoo with All Natural Oils from Tasmania Australia is not a miracle cure for your beard. It’s just a tool that is there to help you care for it. There are a lot of ways to do it. One of the ways is let it grow. If you don’t have the full beard, it’s hard to get past the itch. A full beard is easier to care for and maintain, and Professor Fuzzworthy’s Beard Shampoo will make it even easier.
Along with letting it grow, keep it trimmed.
Hedge the bush.
Shape it up.
I think you get the picture. And then, with proper care, you gotta’ remember—regular care, not over care. I mean, you shouldn’t treat each cleaning like it’s an anniversary gift to your beard, but please, don’t drown it every day.
Bring in Professor Fuzzworthy’s Beard Shampoo to provide the care that will clean and refresh your beard, and let its all-natural oils enrich your hair and the skin underneath. Seems like a simple process, right? Well, it is. Truthfully, the Care Bear(d) process is so simple that it can be neglected, and as the era of the beard continues to grow in popularity, we need to do whatever we can to preserve the legacy of the beard. If anything, we need to at least take responsibility and care for the beard we have.