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For wild and crazy whiskers to be managed, you need coaching and conditioning. An essential oil blend will work. The essential oils should be strong enough to control your strays, but light enough to penetrate the hair quickly and prevent any greasiness.
This is the guy to use if you want to give your hair shine. It was not only a great product in the lab, but it impressed our testers too. They were impressed with how it made their beards soft and glossy. It made hair easier to manage. 88% reported that their hair was easier after using just a few drops.
L'Oreal Men Expert's Barber Club system has been developed by professionals in barbering. This multi-functional treatment is ideal for men who have medium to long beards. It can also improve the skin's overall moisture balance. The formula is free from parabens. It contains deeply hydrating cedarwood oil. It moisturizes and calms, while a barbershop-style scent lifts it.


A good quality beard oil helps soften and manage your hair, while also protecting it from irritation and "beardruff", (beard dandruff). It'll make it easier to grow your facial hair and make your chin hairs look longer. Once you reach your desired length, you will be able to keep your hair looking cool.

You need a little bit of sillage. Most beard oils are subtle in scent. However, they don't tend to overwhelm your skin after being absorbed into your whiskers. This is known as sillage. A nice scent beard oil can replace a cologne.
This product is the perfect choice if you want to shine up your strands. It scored 100% in our lab tests. Our testers were also impressed with the softness and shine it gave their beards. It made their hair easier to manage with 88% reporting that it was easier to comb their hair after just a few drops.

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Murdock London is the place to go if you want soft, baby-soft skin underneath your beard. Murdock London's brand is known for its ultra-nourishing formula, which contains oils that penetrate beyond the hair follicle and reach the skin. The formula is quick-absorbing so your hair won't look greasy.

Shea butter has many benefits for hair, not just the skin. This formula, when combined with maracuja, will soften and moisturize your thick beard. It won't leave a strong scent. This product does not contain any mineral oils or petrolatum which is uncommon for products at such low prices.

Everything on this list will strengthen your beard, but Billy Jealousy’s beard oil—comprised of sunflower, sweet almond, olive, and jojoba oils, along with aloe vera—just goes the extra mile. And the packaging is, in the best sense, positively sinful.

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We asked 300 men to try 24 different types of beard oil. They had everything: long and short beards, stubble, and even thicker beards. They also gave feedback on the softness, hydration, and itchyness of their skin.

You can strengthen your beard with everything on this list, but Billy Jealousy's beard oils--which are made of sweet almond, olive and jojoba oils as well as aloe vera----will go the extra mile. In the best sense of the word, the packaging is positively sinful.

Ritual's lightweight beard oils are non-greasy, so you can have a well-groomed appearance. Sencha antioxidants, which are a natural ingredient in the oil, will help prevent your skin becoming dry. Japanese Mint Oil can leave you feeling refreshed with softening facial hair and noticeable shine.

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Shea butter is good for hair follicles as well as the skin. Maracuja oil is combined with shea butter to soften thick beards without leaving an overwhelming scent. It also doesn't contain any petrolatum or mineral oil, which is unusual for products that are so cheap.


L'Oreal Men Expert's Barber Club system was developed from professional barber experience. This multi-functional product is ideal for men with medium or long beards. It also helps maintain the skin's moisture balance. This formula is completely free of parabens. It is powered by the deeply hydrating cedarwood essential oils and is surprising not to get greasy. It conditions and tames the skin and releases a nostalgic, old-school barbershop smell.


Daimon Barber offers a no-nonsense core range of sustainable grooming heroes that put transparency and ease of use front and centre. This doesn’t distract from the high-performance efficacy of its well-balanced, science-meets-nature formulas. The Beard & Stubble Softener in this range thoughtfully considers the skin beneath our bristles as much as it does in conditioning the facial forest. Packed with plant-based oils and vitamins and free from parabens or chemical nasties, it is enriched with hydrolysed silk protein, nutrient-rich avocado oil and aloe vera and is infused with kahai oil, which boasts 50 per cent more vitamin E than is found in the more commonly used beard oil stalwart, argan oil. A British “bromance” brand, with all ingredients sourced and made in the UK, this bestseller within the line protects, repairs and rehydrates the hair fibres, leaving beards silky-smooth and scented with a signature Oudh and Egyptian mallow fragrance.

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Our favorite nourishing ingredients include avocado, sweet almond oil and jojoba. The winner received full marks in the lab because it smoothed hair. 93% of our panel members said that the softening effect lasts throughout the day. 79% of those who tried it said that it solved their itchiness, and all agreed that it was much easier to style and manage facial hair.
Tom Ford is fancier than any other brand. The three scents of his beard oils are reminiscent of his original fragrance line. Oudwood or NeroliPortofino may be suggestions.
Reamirs is twice the size than most beard oils. Lavender oil soothes skin and beard. The oil contains vitamins A, E, and other nutrients to help your mane grow thicker, fuller, and faster.

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Coconut oil can be used to whiten your teeth and for throwing things in a pan (a la Joe Wicks). It's best to use a little bit and melt it in your hands before you apply it to your beard. It is less greasy than other oils due to its high level of lauric acid. This oil will nourish and condition your beard. It may smell like a Bounty bar of chocolate, however.
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.
Yes, Jack Black’s beard oil has potent antioxidants that prevent dry skin and a blend of oils that enriches hair strands, but where it truly shines is its ability to, well, add shine to your beard. Thanks to a mindfully concocted formula, it does the most to give you lustrous locks.