A daily application of oil comes with numerous benefits. First and foremost, it keeps both beard and skin hydrated. It’s hard to moisturize the skin beneath your facial hair, and beard oil slips in there quite easily to nourish and soften it all. (This prevents the dreaded beard dandruff, particularly in winter.) And by hydrating the beard hairs themselves, the oil prevents them from turning brittle and wiry. This prevents breakage, and it also prevents the beard from scratching you.
Kiehl's facial oil contains essential oils that replenish the skin. It also has salicylic acid which prevents dandruff and removes brittle skin. The scent, which is a combination of sandalwood, cedarwood and eucalyptus, also gets high marks.
V76 has strengths in size, sillage and absorption. V76's oil has a twice the amount of other oils (2 oz. This oil weighs in at 2 oz., compared to 1 for most other oils. It is also $19 cheaper than the usual competitors. A blue cedar scent lingers long and soothes the senses, and lastly, this castor-safflower-olive-jojoba oil blend soaks into your skin and facial hair quickly, so that it doesn't weigh you down.
Versatility: You can use beard oils as pre-shave lubricants, post-shave nourishment, or even as standalone moisturizers to keep dry skin hydrated.
Although Le Labo's products can be expensive, the results are worth it. The formula contains nourishing ingredients such as grapeseed oil, sunflower and jojoba oils. This locks in moisture while replenishing the skin. The scent is what makes this product stand out from all the rest. It contains lavender, violet and toka bean aromas. This guy does the job so there's no need for you to spray on any cologne.
Beardbrand is well-named, because they sell the most trusted and efficient beard products within a highly competitive retail space. We love the unscented blend that works for all skin types. It is a combination of oils from grape seed and jojoba as well as castor. This blend packs a huge punch for a great price.
A little sillage: Most beard oils have a subtle scent, though they aren’t often overpowering after absorbing into your whiskers. This ability to project is called sillage, and a nice scented beard oil can pinch-hit in place of a cologne.
It's not surprising that the most elegant man on the planet has the grooming products that you need to feel and look your best. One of his beard oils is made with almond oil and vitamin E and infused with his signature scents.
Hot oil treatments are great for beard health and can feel almost like a relaxing experience at a barbershop. It's easy to heat the oil and then use it for 15-20 minutes on your skin. After you've rinsed it, your skin will feel instantly softened. Proraso has a product that helps open your pores and extract the natural oils. This works in tandem to those oils to give you a once-weekly lift.
Double the size of most beard oils, Reamir’s soothes skin, beard, and senses alike with lavender oil. It adds vitamins A and E to the mix, to pump youthful vitality into your mane, and to make sure that it grows as full, thick, and expedient as possible.
Are you ready to shave off your beard? Lab Series is here to help. It offers a 3-in-1 product that can be used on skin, hair, and scalp. The formula can be used until you decide to remove your beard.
Beard dandruff may be painful, but Stubble&'Stache blends sunflower and hemp seed oils to nourish your cheeks and chin as well as your beard. This oil is rich in argan and jojoba oils and contains vitamin E.
At first glance, the recipe is familiar: Almond and jojoba oil are there to soften your boar-ish beard bristles. But then things get weird: Extract of sea buckthorn (it’s an orange berry) moisturizes the skin. Pine oil fights fungal infections and prevents beard dandruff. Quite the potion, this one.
To lock in the oil, condition your beard, give it a fuller look, and to deepen its texture, we recommend using a Butter, Balm, or Wax.
This beard oil serum works well for bushy, long beards. It saturates the hairs quickly, softens them, and prepares them for detangling. While you work your way through the beard with a comb, distribute the sweet almond- and grapeseed oils.
Anything the other brands do...Tom Ford does fancier. His beard oil comes in a trio of scents that recall his classic fragrance line. May we suggest Oud Wood or Neroli Portofino?
Do you want to rid your house of unwanted pets? Solo Noir is the answer. The chemical-free serum, which contains grapeseed oil, grapeseed, sweet almond and grapefruit oils, will control loose, unruly strands so you can tame them without fuss.
Avocado oil and squalene can be used to relax your hairs. It is easy to soften your hair and detangle it quickly.
To tame even the wildest whiskers: Your beard doesn’t just grow neatly into shape; it needs coaching and conditioning. A dense blend of essential oils will do the trick. Something heavy enough to keep your strays in check, but light enough that it still absorbs quickly into the hair and avoid any greasiness.
Beard oil can soften and relax your hair, give your skin a healthy glow, and condition it to reduce itching and dandruff.
A super mix of 10 oils that includes argan oil, marula and grape seed. They are able to fight almost every kind of problem that can affect the skin and beard, including dryness, toxins, and irritation. It can be used as a face and hair oil as well as triples to treat dryness.