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What is Beard Oil and How Do I Use It?

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Alright gents, today we’re going back to basics and covering the most simple and basic of beard products as well as its usage. If you’ve ever started growing a beard, chances are you have some of this around. Heck, even if you’ve never grown a beard before you’ve probably gotten it as a gift at some point in your life. If you’re reading this article, you probably either have some and have no clue what it is or how to use it, or you might be looking to grow a beard and learn about the basics. So, without further ado let’s start talking beard products. This product of course, is beard oil.

What is Beard Oil?

Beard oil is a conditioner for the hair and skin that is applied daily to keep your beard moisturized, healthy and strong while keeping the skin underneath it from drying out and doing all sorts of nasty stuff like flaking and getting buildup of dead skin causing itching and irritation. It’s basically a wonder drug for your beard. If you ask someone who’s never actually seen their beard past stubble why they’ve never grown it out longer than that, they’ll probably tell you that the last time they tried it itched so much they couldn’t stand it so they shaved it off. Well, beard oil is going to treat that for you.

Beard oil is typically a blend of natural nut, tree and seed oils that is specifically formulated to treat the issues most men have as their beard grows out. For example, our beard oil contains Jojoba, Argan and Amla oil. These are incredibly high quality oils that when combined, will soften up the hair and moisturize the beard and skin underneath it, preventing and treating itching, flaking, redness of the skin, dryness, irritation, ingrown hairs, and brittle or weak hair follicles. This allows you to grow a beard that is healthy and strong and one that won’t be so uncomfortable to wear.

How Do I Use Beard Oil?

The best thing about beard oil is that it’s super simple to use. The thing is, most guys don’t want to spend a lot of time fussing around in the bathroom, and beard oil won’t make you do that. All you need to do is take a couple of drops in the palm of your hand every morning (preferably after a shower), rub it between your palms to emulsify and warm it, and apply it deep down to the roots of your beard. The video below will show you exactly how to do that (go check out our channel and subscribe for tons of other helpful videos just like this one!)

Beard oil should be used once or twice daily, depending on how dry your beard gets and how deeply conditioning your oil is. Start with once a day and as your beard gets longer or the seasons change, you may find that you need a little bit more to keep everything healthy and moisturized. It’s really a game of trial and error so give it some time and figure out what works best for you.

I hope this article was helpful in describing the benefits and usage of beard oil. If you have any questions at all, don’t hesitate to reach out on one of our social outlets listed below. If you’re interested in dipping your toes in and trying a quality beard oil for the first time, check out our collection below. We use organic and natural ingredients to create beard care products that make you look and feel like a million bucks, and we back them up with a 100% money-back guarantee and free exchanges in the US.

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