50mL Bottle of light, nuturing beard oil. Designed to hydrate skin and hair for a smoother beard and reduced itching and beardruff. This formula is quick absorbing and kept in a applicator bottle for reduced chances of spills and easily application deep into the denser parts of longer beards if necessary. Available unscented or lightly fragranced in a cologne style scent sure to please.
Ingredients:Carthamus tinctorius (safflower) oil, Vitis vinifera (grapeseed) oil, Caprylic/capric triglyceride, Ricinus communis (castor) oil, Simmondsia chinensis (jojoba wax), parfum, Tocopherol, Rosemary Oleoresin Extract
A fresh, clean and invigorating scent containing refreshing crisp notes of lavender, menthe, iris and jasmine with undertones of spice, herbs and amber complimented by a warm dry down of oak moss, sandalwood and musk. This brisk aroma will certainly invigorate your senses!
This scent is earthy and inviting with warm vanilla enveloped with oak, cedar, patchouli and musk making this fragrance
-Frozen Waters -
A cool sophisticated cologne fragrance remenicent of Acqua di Gio by Armani. With tangerine, bergamot and neroli on top, mid notes of persimmon, jasmine and rosemary combined with a base note of patchouli essential oil.
A seductive and subtle fragrance with notes of bergamot and golden amber married with rose and germanium to create an irresistitable and tantalizing scent.
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How to Use Beard Oil
Co-authored by wikiHow Staff | Video Team Tested | 12 References
Updated: October 5, 2019
It's easy to ignore your beard when it comes to grooming, but it can benefit from some attention just like the hair on your head.
Using beard oil is a great way to keep your beard looking great with a blend of carrier oils and essential oils. With the right
amount, a bit of beard oil will soften your whiskers, hydrate your beard to eliminate itching, and reduce split ends. At the end of
the day, a regular beard oil routine keeps your hair feeling soft and looking sharp!
How much do I use?
Part 1 - Using the right amount of Beard oil
1) Use 3-10 drops of oil depending on how long you’ve been growing your beard. It's important to use the appropriate amount of oil for your beard—too much can make it oily, while too little isn't enough to prevent dryness. Just remember that if your routine isn't working for you, adjust the amount of beard oil drops as necessary. Every beard is different, but some general guidelines you can follow are:
• One month of beard growth: 3-4 drops
• One to three months of beard growth: 4-6 drops
• Three to twelve months of beard growth: 6-10 drops
• If your beard is 1 year or older, you may need to use 10 drops or more.
2) Apply beard oil every 2 days if your beard is short. Shorter beards don't require as much oil as longer beards, so application every 2 days is usually enough.
• You should also only apply beard oil every 2 days if you live in a humid climate. In a humid climate, your beard is less likely to dry out, so you don't need as much oil.
• If you find that every 2 days isn't cutting it, try applying your oil every day and see if that makes a difference.
3) Use beard oil daily if you live in an area with a dry climate. Drier climates are more likely to dry out your beard, which means a more frequent application is necessary. However, if you find that daily application is making your beard too oily, try cutting down to once every other day.
• Remember that everyone's beard is different—don't be afraid to change your application frequency if this doesn't work for you.
How do I apply it?
Part 2 -Applying Your Beard Oil
1) Shower and dry your beard before applying beard oil. Always apply beard oil after a shower—this is when your hairs are the softest and cleanest, which opens up your pores and increases oil absorption. But
if your beard is wet, the water will prevent the oil from being absorbed into your skin and hairs. To avoid this, gently dry your beard with a towel following your shower.
• Avoid using a hair dryer—it can damage your hair follicles.
2) Squeeze the appropriate amount of beard oil into your palm. Insert the dropper into the beard oil and squeeze the rubber top the gather your oil. Now, hold the dropper over your palm and gently squeeze the
rubber top until you've applied the necessary amount of drops.
• Don't use more than the minimum amount you need—you can always add more oil later if necessary.
3) Spread the oil evenly across your palms and fingers. Close your hands together and rub them up and down
to cover both palms in oil. As you rub your hands together, bring your fingers low enough that they rub across
the opposing hand's palm.
• Continue rubbing your hands until the beard oil covers the entire surface of your palms and fingers.
4) Brush the palms of your hands along the sides of your beard. After applying the oil to your hands, drag
each palm along the opposing cheek—your left palm across your right cheek and your right palm across your left cheek. Always start with your fingers at the end of your beard—touching the bottom of your ear—and drag each hand in a straight motion down your jawline.
• Apply the oil about 2 to 3 times on each side of your beard.
5) Drag your fingers down the front of your beard. Close your fingers together and place each hand over your mouth—your fingers should run parallel to it and your index finger should touch your nose. Now, drag
your fingers downward across the front of your beard. Repeat this process with each hand.
• Continue this process 2 to 3 times with each hand.
6) Run your fingers upwards through the bottom of your beard. Open your hands so that there's about 1⁄2 inch (1.3 cm) between each finger. Point your fingers upwards and run them through the lowest point of your
beard—typically above your Adam's apple—and upward across your chin to your bottom lip. Repeat this process for each hand.
• Continue running your fingers through your beard 2 to 3 times with each hand.
7) Coat your mustache hair with your fingertips. Place the tips of each of your index fingers to the middle of your mustache. Now, drag each finger down your mustache toward your cheeks.
• Repeat this process 2 to 3 times with each finger.
Part 3 -Combing Your beard
1) Purchase a wooden beard comb for the best results. Visit a local cosmetics and skin care store to purchase a beard comb. Wooden combs almost never have rough edges, which means you don't have to
worry about pulling on your beard and causing breakage. The next best material for a beard comb is cellulose acetate, which is easy to clean and doesn't cause beard static or hair damage.
• Avoid using plastic and metal combs at all costs, as their rough edges can damage your hair follicles.
• Check online suppliers if you want to purchase your beard comb online.
2 Comb your beard starting from the bottom to the top. Begin by holding your beard comb with the teeth pointing upward. Start on the left or right side of your neck and comb upward to your chin and continue across your cheeks. This will help distribute the beard oil and give your beard a fuller look. Repeat this process for the opposite side of your face.
• If you hit a snag in your beard, don't force it—take the comb out and keep trying until you can break through the knot without damaging your hair.
• Use a comb with wide teeth when brushing upward.
• If your beard is too short to comb, don't worry—wait until it's long enough to start grooming it.
3) Drag your comb downward through your beard. After combing upward to separate your beard hairs, you can comb it downward into whichever style you prefer. Start from the top of your beard near your cheekbones and hold the comb parallel to your beard line. From this position, drag the comb downward.
• Use a comb with narrow teeth when brushing downward and putting the finishing touches on your beard style.
4) Avoid combing more than 3 times a day. After combing your beard to distribute your beard oil, don't comb it more than 1 to 2 more times. Too much combing can dry your skin out and damage your beard hair.
• If you notice any split ends or beard hair damage, it's a sign you're combing your beard too often