This Acqua di Parma premium beard oil is perfect for gifting or to pamper yourself with. It contains locally-sourced ingredients like sweet almond and grape seed oils. It leaves your beard softened and free from tangles. For best results, use daily.
The frequency of application varies from person to person. It is best to apply it only once a day. Apply oil to your beard before you go to bed.
This product will add shine to your strands. It not only scored high in our lab testing, but it also left our testers impressed. Their beards looked soft and glossy. They were also much easier and more manageable. 88% of them found that their hair was easy to comb with just a few drops.
The right beard oil will transform your facial fuzz into a sleek, smooth look in just seconds. These are the top-rated beard oils we have found.
Hot oil treatments can be a huge nourishment for your beard and feel like a relaxing barbershop experience. It is heated up and then you can wear it for 15-20 mins after warming your skin and whiskers. You will notice a softer scruff immediately after you rinse it. Proraso’s product is designed to open pores and remove natural oils. These oils work in conjunction with Proraso’s product to give you this once-weekly boost.
This Danish brand is committed to the growth and maintenance of great facial hair. Its signature oil for beards (which isn't just a beard oils, but more about that later), took over a whole year to develop. It leaves bristles moisturized and fuller-bodied for upto 72 hours. It's further powered by two nutrient rich ingredients: limnanthes oil seed oil, which softens dry, coarse hair by coating it and sealing in hydration. NaturePep amaranth is a patent ingredient that actively thickens the facial hairs (11.3 percent thicker after only three application). It is a serum-like texture and moisturizes the hair from the inside. This results in a more youthful-looking mane. Copenhagen Grooming has a loyalty program. This means that the more stock you have, the less expensive it is.
Lightweight and with a scent that’s both woody and sweet, Scotch Porter’s serum is perfect for those that really hate applying products to their beard. It uses avocado and jojoba seed oils, which means your hair will glisten without feeling weighed down.
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.
Many beard oils double as preshave oils. However, few are made specifically for this purpose. By using almond oil in its blend, Davines targets inflammation, and combines the ingredient with jojoba oil for a skin-and-beard-soothing result.
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.
Horace, a French grooming brand that is inclusive and accessible, has improved its beard care. Three new stylish scents replace the generic Horace beard oil. These include the Havana-scented Tobacco & Vanilla fragrance, Patchouli & Cedar with a woody base and our favourite, a citrus/aromatic scent that conjures up the Southern Italian orchards, Lemon & Mint. It is made from 99 percent natural ingredients. It has been specially formulated to nourish the whiskers as well as soften the skin. Jamaican blackcastor oil improves beard's suppleness, volume, and shine while sweet almond oil hydrates. The skin is moisturized by argan oil rich in vitaminE. Grapeseed oils has anti-inflammatory capabilities to prevent itching, irritation, redness and itching. Vegan-friendly. Mineral oil, silicone (alcohol and paraben-free).
Jack Black's beard oils contain potent antioxidants that protect skin from dryness and a mixture of oils that nourish hair strands. But the real star is its ability, well, shine your beard. This oil is made with care and will leave you with shiny locks thanks to its carefully planned formula.
This oil is packed with vitamin-rich oils, such as grapeseed and jojoba. Use it to moisturize your moustache or beard before you shave. It scored top marks in our lab tests for softening hair. 80% of the testers also liked the way it worked as a shaving oil and the pleasant scent.
When you do use it, we’d suggest washing your beard with a beard shampoo — like this 2-in-1 beard shampoo and conditioner from Bulldog — that’s better suited for coarse hair than regular shampoo. Towel or blow-dry it, depending on how thick it is and apply the beard oil as per the instructions on the bottle. Comb it through or work it in with your fingers and smooth the beard down to finish it off.
V76 relies almost entirely on saw palmetto or safflower oils to smooth coarse whiskers and soothe skin. It's also completely vegan.
These 80% said it was able to manage any unruly or irregular hair and works well with all types of beards.
Oars + Alps may have a beard-specialist formula that will convert you to argan oil's transformative properties. The carefully formulated blend includes argan oil, jojoba, and grapefruit for nourishing your beard.
Kiehl’s beard oils contain essential oils, which replenish skin. They also have salicylic acids, which reduces the appearance of brittle skin. The scent--a mixture of sandalwood and cedarwood as well as eucalyptus --also gets high marks.
Driven by effective results and the conservation of the Kent coastline, where the brand was founded and is based, many of Haeckels' signature formulations have marine-based ingredients at their heart. Enriched with seaweed extract suspended with vitamin E, its iconic conditioning beard oil (originally known as the Sailors Beard Oil) follows the tradition of using (where possible) indigenous raw materials. Best suited for longer beards and, more specifically, very dry, coarse and damaged facial hair, it deeply hydrates, helps repair, protects and nourishes, using a blend of oils such as jojoba, sweet almond, clove and sandalwood. Neroli oil also features as a natural antibacterial and antiseptic.
Anthony’s innovative dual-action formula can be used either as an effective pre-shave prep or intensely conditioning beard oil. Engineered to soften the skin and rein in unruly and wild whiskers, it is super lightweight, so particularly beneficial for anyone who suffers from acute sensitivity. Infused with essential oils of basil and rosemary, which nourish and soften the bristles, tea tree (which acts as an anti-inflammatory) and calendula and olive oils which take care of dry, flaky and itchy skin, it has a light and uplifting scent of orange peel with a mint-fresh and eucalyptus aftertaste and will help you achieve your bearded or clean shaven best.
Your face will be rubbed with your hands. You will feel a rough and spiky sensation from coarse facial hair. Beard hair, which is thinner than the hairs on your head needs to be controlled if you want people be comfortable with it.