Beard oil is a cosmetic product that is used to nourish the skin under the beard, as well as the beard itself in order to keep it “soft, shiny, and smooth”. Beard oil mimics the natural oils produced by skin, such as sebum, and is composed mainly of carrier oils and essential oils.
There’s just something about a well-groomed Man that makes you stop and salivate (sorry stare) We have visited different regions of the World to encompass the sexy scent of our Original Man.
Luckily, there’s a product to help with that and it’s called beard oil. Packed with conditioning ingredients like jojoba oil, grapeseed oil and argan oil.
Most men don’t believe they need to use any products at all but Men should take care of their facial hair as much as they take care of the hair on their head or ever sexy bald scalp.
If you’re still not convinced that you need to add beard oil to your daily routine, here are three tips to convince you
Beard oil moisturizes facial hair and the skin beneath.
Beard oil is hydrating to the skin and helps soften and tame beard hair, which means it also does double-duty as a styling agent.
The ideal beard should look shiny and groomed
The best time to apply beard oil is right after washing your face.
Putting on beard oil first thing in the morning after showering or cleansing. This way, your hair follicles and pores are open and can easily absorb the oil. Just a few drops is plenty.
Rub the beard oil into your hand, then massage it throughout your beard in raking fashion.
If your beard is longer, use a comb to make sure the product coats every hair and moisturizes your skin.
Beard oil keeps facial hair flake-free and smelling fresh.
Thanks to moisturizing oils, a little beard oil is just enough to tame those flyaway hairs and eliminate flakes (a.k.a. beard-druff). And with so many musky/woody essential oils like cedarwood and sandalwood, this often overlooked product also acts as a natural cologne.
*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. For educational purposes only.