Beard Combs 101


Using a quality comb is key to your beards success. Too many times beardsmen use a cheap plastic comb that is found just about anywhere. Well, what’s the difference between the two? It’s all in how they are made. You see a cheap plastic comb which can be found for as little as a couple of bucks is made in a plastic mold. It’s then popped out, rides a conveyer belt and is put into some packaging. The trouble with this is that the comb has unfinished edges that are sharp and damaging to beard hair. The use of low grade plastic also allows for a lot of movement in the teeth which can make the comb get stuck in your beard as your beard gets longer. These characteristics make a cheap comb an enemy of the beard and leads to damaged hairs and split ends. This should be avoided at all costs.

With a quality made comb you will spend a little more but the difference is immediate. Smooth, hard teeth that glide through the beard. These combs are handmade with each individual tooth sawcut. After this process they are polished for very smooth teeth. This is beneficial to both the skin and the beard as it reducing irritation and snagging of beard hairs.

Remember, a comb just isn’t a comb. It’s a valuable tool in your beardsman kit and should be of high quality to promote healthy growth.



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