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Beards, Coffee and Stuff

How Often Should I Wash My Beard?

Jeff Summers

“How often should I wash my Beard?” If you ask ten different people, you’ll probably get twelve different answers to that question. You’ll get answers from “every day” to “never”, and everything in between. I’m here to give you the definitive answer...

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Why Our Beard Grease Has Coffee In It

Jeff Summers

Why Our Beard Grease Has Coffee In ItThe Beardsmith's Original Blend Beard Grease has coffee in it for at least two reasons. Not only does it add some great depth to the scent profile, but coffee is a big part of my and Wendy's personal story together...

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#22TooMany: A Message To Combat Vets

Jeff Summers

#22TooManyLast weekend I had the honor of attending the First Annual Military Veterans Suicide Awareness Rally put on by The Chive Boise. The issue of veteran suicide strikes very close to home for many of us, including The Chive Boise's Steve Exceen. He recently lost a friend, which prompted him to put together this event, to bring awareness to the severity of this issue. I knew it was going to be an emotional day even before it started. Little did I know...

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Beard Oils and Their Limitations

Jeff Summers

Beard Oils and Their LimitationsPeople always ask me, "Jeff, when are you going to make a Beard oil?" By this, they mean a liquid oil rather than a semi-solid Beard balm. I've become quite adept at deflecting and giving a diplomatic non-answer that any political candidate would be proud of...

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Doesn't Your Beard Make You Hot In The Summer?

Jeff Summers

Doesn't Your Beard Make You Hot In The Summer?As summer approaches in the northern hemisphere, the most-asked question I hear regarding my Beard is whether I'm going to shave it off because of the warmer weather. Some people like to retort with something clever like, "Manliness knows no season" (with which I fully agree). My answer is a blank expression with direct, extended eye contact followed by..."No."...

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