DREADNOUGHT - When the beard is tough, the tough go Dreadnought - There's Nought to Dread
Designed by a real life BLUE BEARD who was bored to death with being a Desperate Dan look-alike, the flagship products in the Dreadnought range are a paraben free, premium quality shaving cream and post shave balm with added ingredients to specifically combat tough stubble.
Both have been formulated to our unique specification in one of the UK's premier male cosmetics laboratories who are renowned experts in the field of shaving cosmetics.
Contains Decelerine, reducing the appearance of beard growth and providing a recovering effect on the skin
Decelerine contains a mixture of actives that minimizes the appearance of unwanted hair, reducing the frequency of shaving and depilation, and at the same time providing a recovering effect on the skin.
How Decelerine works it wonders on your beard:
The normal hair cycle is divided into four periods:
ANAGEN Active Growth Phase (2-6 years)
CATAGEN A short transition period with regression (2-3 weeks)
TELOGEN A resting phase (2-3 weeks)
EXOGEN A shedding stage
Then the new hair starts to grow and the follicle is back in Anagen. The length of hair is primarily a function of the relative durations of Anagen and Telogen. Whether hairs are in one of these phases at the time of hair removal is important because only Anagen hairs are particularly sensitive to the effects of Decelerine. Decelerine targets its action in hair follicle cells and weakens new hair formation. It has proved to be effective to make hair look softer and less noticeable, decreasing length and density of unwanted hair and also providing a soothing moisturizing and anti-inflammatory effect.
In tests Decelerine showed a 30% decrease in hair length as well as a 16% reduction in hair density after 60 days.
As well as reducing the appearance of beard growth, Decelerine relieves and soothes the effects of shaving (especially skin prone to irritation and dryness) by providing moisturization and protection to facilitate its regeneration.