Use beard oils for pre-shave lubricants and post-shave nourishment or as standalone moisturizers in order to keep your skin dry.
Le Labo's costs can seem high, but the benefits are well worth it. The formula includes nourishing ingredients such jojoba and sunflower oils. They lock in moisture and replenish the skin. This product stands out because of its unique scent. It is infused with lavender and violet notes, as well as toka bean fragrance. When this guy does the job, there is no need to spray on cologne.
Size, sillage, and absorbency are V76’s strengths. Its oil is double the size of most competitors' (2 oz. vs 1 for most others), and at $19 it’s one of the best deals, too. 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.
Tom Ford fanciers everything the other brands do. A trio of scents are available for his beard oil, which recalls his classic fragrance line. Perhaps Oud Wood, or Neroli portofino.
Are you ready? Lab Series offers you a three in one product, a skin-hydrating, hair smoothing, and shaving solution. If you do get cold feet, the formula won't harm your beard and will continue to enrich it until you are ready to cut it.
A super blend of 10 oils, including argan, marula, and grape seed. Together they fend off pretty much every malady that could compromise the beard and skin, from toxins to dryness to irritation. Best of all, it doubles as a face oil, triples as a hair oil, and moonlights as an all-over-your-body oil.
There are many benefits to using oil every day. Oil keeps skin and beard hydrated. It is difficult to moisturize your skin below your facial hairs. Beard oil can easily be slipped in there to nourish and soften the skin. This helps to prevent the annoying beard dandruff, especially in winter. By hydrating the hairs of the beard, the oil helps to prevent them from becoming brittle or weary. This helps prevent breakage as well as preventing your beard from scratching.
You want to get rid of those pesky rats? Solo Noir has the answer. Its chemical-free formula, which is made up of grapeseeds, grapeseeds, sweet almonds and grapefruit oils will control untamed, unruly hairs. This allows you to manage those bad boys without any fuss.
Beard dandruff is a real pain, but Stubble & 'Stache's blend combines sunflower and hemp seed oils to nourish the cheeks and chin just as much as the beard itself. Along with argan, jojoba, and castor oils (as well as vitamin E), this one is a super nourisher for a soft beard, soft skin, soft everything.
Some sillage: Many beard oils have a subtle smell, but they aren’t overpowering once they have penetrated your whiskers. This ability to project is called "sillage" and can be replaced by a cologne with a good scented oil.
Baxter California's Beard Oil is a rich blend of ingredients that can enrich your hair without leaving any residue. Because the complex is infused with avocado oil and vitamin E, it absorbs quickly, softening every hair without any extra grease.
Beardbrand is aptly named, given they sell some of the most trusted, effective beard products in an extremely crowded retail space. And while they've got an outstanding assortment of premium and scented oils (as well as washes, stylers, hydrators, and more), we love this unscented blend that suits all skin types (even the most oily!). It combines oils of apricot kernel, grape seed, jojoba, and castor, and packs a mighty punch for a low price.
To manage even the wildest of whiskers, your beard must be conditioned and trained. The best essential oils are a dense mix. A heavy oil that will keep your hair stray but not too heavy. However, it should absorb quickly and leave no greasiness.
Beard oil can be used to soften and moisturize your beard.
Combining oils of argan, jojoba, grape seed, juniper berry, rosemary, and clary sage, this homespun beard oil has been on top of our list for years. Brothers Artisan offers four scented "grooming" oils, which conquer a number of soothing and nourishing tasks around the face and head; use it to nourish skin, tame and condition the hair, or calm pesky beard hairs, and we particularly like eucalyptus and juniper.
Beard oil is an essential tool for every man, no matter how thick or short his beard. Beard oils with high levels of nourishing ingredients, often a combination natural oils, are considered the best. They are quick to absorb into hair and skin, and depending on how thick the beard is, can help reduce flyaways. If you have a short beard, some oils may not be as easy to manage as others.
It is not surprising that the most elegant men in the world have the best grooming products. His beard oil, made from almond oil, vitamin E, and infused with his signature scents, is one example.
Great for big, bushy beards, this beard oil serum soaks quickly into the hairs and softens them, priming everything for a detangling. Take a beard comb and wade through the beast, while you further distribute the sweet almond and grapeseed oils that give this lightweight potion its potency.
It looks easy enough: Jojoba and almond oils are there to soften your beard. However, things get more complex when you add extract of sea buckthorn, an orange berry that moisturizes the skin. Pine oil is a natural remedy for beard dandruff. This is quite a powerful potion.
Kiehl’s Beard Oil contains essential oils to moisturize your skin. Additionally, it has salicylic Acid, which is a natural ingredient that helps remove brittle skin and prevents dandruff. Also, the scent, which consists of sandalwood cedarwood and Eucalyptus, gets high marks.
A hot oil treatment is a mega nourisher for your beard, and feels like a soothing barbershop experience. You heat it up, then wear it for 15-20 minutes after warming the skin and whiskers. Then, after rinsing, you have instantly softer scruff. Proraso’s product helps open the pores and extract the natural oils in your skin, working in tandem with those oils to give you this once-weekly boost.