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Beards Are Awesome

August 6, 2020


Today is a guest post by Bobby Propes, awesome beard aficionado

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Anyone with a beard knows two things:

1) Beards are awesome

2) They can be hard to maintain

This is evidenced by dry skin, wiry, coarse beard hair, beard itch and even breakouts on the skin under your beard. All of these things can be easily avoided with some simple maintenance using a beard paste. Applying a beard paste to your beard regularly can help with these problems in many ways.

A beard paste will re-hydrate your beard and the skin underneath which will quickly cut down on itch and dry, wiry hairs. This is because a beard paste puts a protective layer on your individual beard hairs, as well as a protective layer on the skin. This layer keeps your beard looking shiny and clean and the skin underneath moisturized and protected from breakouts.

By applying a beard paste just a few times a week, you will not only be making it easier to maintain your beard, you will also be encouraging more beard growth.

That's what is so great about farragio's first impression All-Natural Moisturizing Face Cream. Because it's made with shea butter and almond oil, it makes a fantastic beard paste, and that will only increase your beard's awesomeness!

~Bobby Propes


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About the farragio blog

Hi! I'm Angela Propes, owner and creator of farragio All-Natural Skin Care, and my blog is where I share all kinds of information relating to health and beauty. Enjoy! ♥

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