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Four steps to perfecting your beard oil routine 

If you’re the proud owner of facial hair, chances are you’ve come across an array of beard related products. 

Knowing which products to choose to get that perfectly moisturised, sleek look while keeping the skin beneath the beard healthy and soft, can be quite a tricky task. 

One of the most popular products is a beard oil – and for good reason. It helps combat the pesky itchiness associated with beard growth, is good for your skin, and makes maintaining your beard that much easier. You only need to apply a few drops of oil, depending on the length and thickness of your beard, on a daily basis to see it work its magic. 

To help you perfect your beard oil routine, we’ve asked FINO to give us a step-by-step guide:

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Step 1: Always start with a clean beard. Wash your face and beard with a good quality cleanser which gently removes daily impurities and promotes soft and moisturised skin whilst protecting against ingrown hair and bumps. Gently pat your skin and beard with a towel to absorb excess moisture. While your beard is still damp, apply a few drops of beard oil to the palm of your hand. Our cleanser product tip is FINO MAN Face and Beard Wash (R89.95)

Step 2: Gently rub your hands together to spread the oil evenly, then press the oil as closely as possible into your skin so that the roots of your beard and the skin underneath your beard is moisturised. Not sure which oil to try? We love the FINO MAN Beard Oil (R150.00)

 Step 3: Once you’ve applied the oil to your skin and the roots of your beard, it’s time to apply the product to the rest of your facial hair. Work the oil through your beard in an even manner. Some men like to start from the sides and work towards the centre, but it’s entirely up to you. We recommend using both upward and downward motions to ensure the product is spread evenly, and all hair is covered.

 Step 4: If you have a moustache, you may want to use your fingers to smooth it down or turn the ends out slightly. Using a beard comb, lightly comb your beard to smooth the hair and spread any product that might have accumulated anywhere.

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