science of beards

Spring will be here in one month, so we’re getting you ready for a new beard-growing season with our blog post, 6 Ways to Get Your Beard Ready for Spring. Whether you’re a first-time beard grower or have been sporting a Zeus-like beard since you hit puberty, you’ll find tips that make the transition to warmer weather seamless.

One definite way to keep your beard healthy (and dandruff-free)? Use the Zeus Boar Bristle Brush, as recommended by Independent UK. We’ve also thrown in 5 tips from 5 badass bearded gentlemen on how to care for your beard.

For those of you interested in the science of beards, we have two articles: one, an op ed piece questioning if doctors should wear beards, and the other, an explanation of why you can have a ginger beard even if the hair on your head is another color.

Beard On,

The Zeus Team

Should doctors wear beards? (Scientific American)

#FearTheBeard: Mount Airy, NC mountain bike and cyclocross champion Robert Marion plans to defend his expert division men’s title at the 2017 US Open Fat Bike Beach Championship. (The Mount Airy News)

A scientific explanation of why your beard is red when your hair isn’t. (Fashion Beans)

A cool book for a good cause: meet the guy behind Best Beards in Dallas, a coffee table book profiling bearded men in all types of industries. A portion of the proceeds goes to the Movember Foundation. (D Magazine)

5 tips for growing a badass beard from 5 guys with, well, badass beards. (Huffington Post)

How to get rid of beard dandruff using one Zeus Boar Bristle Brush. (Independent UK)

6 ways to get your beard ready for spring. (Zeus Beard Blog)