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Skin Care for Men Part 2: What Skincare Has to Do with Growing a Beard

Skincare News Magazine illustrates the relationship between good skin care and growing a beard.

Sacramento, CA, December 05, 2006 --( Skin care does play a part in a little bit of everything in your life, including growing a beard if you’re a guy.’s latest article, “Skin care for the Guys Part 2: How to Grow a Beard the Right Way!” explains to the male readers how to go about this new phase in a way that won’t harm their skin.

Growing a beard may seem simple, but as the article points out, there are a few factors to keep in mind: 

Once you've decided on a specific look, get to growing! Obviously, you need to refrain from shaving your face altogether while waiting for the right amount of hair to grow out for your beard. While the rate of hair growth varies, waiting 4-6 weeks is a safe time period to wait for your beard to grow out. As excited as you may be about your new look, be patient. One of the biggest mistakes you can make is to start sculpting or trimming your new beard before it's long enough. Once your facial hair has grown out completely, your best bet is to make an appointment at the barbershop or salon where a professional stylist can help you define the lines and the shape of your beard. If you want to do bad by yourself, make sure to invest in a good hair trimmer and please make sure you know how to use it! 

Using references and taking your physical appearance into account will help you find the right facial hair style that will suit you: 

Look in men's magazines or pull up photos online of male celebrities with facial hair to get an idea of what style would go with your face. According to, there are a few things you need to take into consideration when it comes to what facial hair will suit you: 

· Length of your mouth
· Size of your nose
· Fullness and size of your upper lip area
· Thickness of facial hair
· Texture of facial hair
· Color of facial hair
· Shape of jaw and chin lines 

The article covers the process of growing the beard all the way to the end when you may decide you want to shave it all off: 

Has your beard run its course? Ready to go back to being smooth as a baby's bottom? There's a skincare-friendly way to go about this as well. According to, get rid of the majority of your beard using a beard trimmer or hair clippers. Get rid of as much hair as possible and then follow that up with a regular razor. Make sure to cleanse, moisturize and pamper that area of your face for the next few days after shaving your beard to prevent breakouts and other skin care problems. 

According to skin care expert, Bruce DeVon, there is a wrong way and a right way to grow a beard. “Just because you can grow hair doesn’t always mean to should grow a beard. I wanted to provide a basic and easy to follow guideline to help other men decide if this is a step they want to take.” covers all skincare and beauty topics from head to toe. Check out these latest articles:

“Skincare Devotion From The Ocean” 

If smelling like a Christmas tree doesn't seem like an appealing skincare routine to you during these fall and winter months, rebel against the marketing and hang on to your favorite products and scents! The ocean may not mesh well with Santa Claus, but when it comes to skin care, these products will always be giving and beneficial. 

“Fair Trade Skin Care: Improve The World, Not Just Your Beauty”

Thinking of increasing your amount of good deeds this holiday season? Consider purchasing fair trade skin care products for everyone on your gift list.

“Correct that Stiff Lip! Skin Care for Your Upper Lip”

Out of all the sensitive places to apply your skin care products to, your upper lip is at the top. This area of skin tends to be the trickiest to treat if you have skincare issues. Let's take a look at two of the most common skin care problems in that area: unwanted hair and wrinkles.

“College Skin Care: How to Keep Your Skin Looking Good While Hitting the Books!”

You're off to college, away from your parents, their rules and their household. But what does this new change of scenery mean for your health and skincare?

About -- Your Source for Intelligent Skin Care is the online source for consumers seeking intelligent beauty and skin care news, advice, tips and articles. Founded in 2005, features articles, news items and frequently asked questions on skincare and beauty related issues. is located in Sacramento, California but receives visitors from all around the world. For more information, visit

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