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.
The nourishing oils in beard oils will also make your skin feel soft and rejuvenated.
To relieve dryness, this organic and vegan product can be used from head-to-toe. It absorbs quickly and leaves skin and hair softened and smoother, according to 86% of test subjects. It was lightweight for nourishment but 79% said it did not leave any greasiness behind.
To determine the hair's smoothness, we used a Diatron device in the Lab. Higher scores for beard oils were determined by how easy the switches were to use.
Shea butter is great for hair follicles and skin. This combination with maracuja oils will soften your beard without leaving a strong scent. It doesn't contain petrolatum or mineral oils, which is rare for low-priced products.
Using shea butter and Argan oil, this fast-acting beard oil helps you fight frizz and dryness in your beard. The added bonus is that it nourishes the skin underneath your beard hair for added comfort. "This beard oil has a nice and subtle smell, which keeps your beard feeling hydrated and soft. Using it in the mornings and can definitely tell that my beard stays softer for longer, as well as looking healthier," said one customer of the beard oil, which is never tested on animals and is suitable for vegetarians.
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.
Whether you have short stubble or a lengthly beard, taking care of the skin underneath is vital. Although the packaging may look like a miniature bottle of whisky, the liquid inside left 86% of our testers with softer-feeling skin, all while leaving a woody scent behind.
As it 'says on the tin', Baxter's beard oil is fast absorbing and contains avocado oil and vitamin E. What does this mean exactly? That you won't be left with a greasy beard after applying it and that throughout the day it will soften the coarse hairs and keep it from becoming dry.
This lightweight, non-greasy product is great for nourishing your beard. It's easy to use and doesn't cost a lot. It also left 92% of the panel with softened skin and hair. It's not bad at all!
Murdock London offers baby-soft skin. The brand's formulation is ultra-nourishing with oils that penetrate the hair follicles and into the skin. You won't notice any greasy look to your whiskers because the formula absorbs quickly.
Daimon Barber has a core range that is transparent and easy to use. The high-performance, science-meets–nature formulas of Daimon Barber's well-balanced range don't suffer from this. This range's Beard & Stubble Softener carefully considers the skin underneath our bristles, as well as conditioning the facial forest. It's enriched with plant-based oils, vitamins and free of parabens. The British "bromance brand" is known for its ability to protect, repair and rehydrate hair fibres. This bestseller leaves beards soft and smooth, and comes scented with an Oudh or Egyptian mallow scent.
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.
Pairing with a Butter, balm, or wax will lock in the oil, deep condition your hair, and give your beard a fuller, more structured appearance.
Like any grooming product, how often you should apply beard oil is entirely down to you. Some oils will absorb and wash out easily, making them ideal of daily use. Some will have a little more staying power, making them better suited for anyone who doesn’t have time to wash their beard every day.
If you’re looking to make a statement, well, STMNT’s beard oil was made for you in mind. The potent botanical formula will enrich your hair and give your beard a well-groomed look. And the fresh citrus scent will attract the right kind of attention.
Are you one of those people who have a wild, unruly mane that reaches well beyond your neck? Proraso's complex is made up of avocado and macadamia oil oils along with walnut, sunflower, and sunflower oil. It locks in moisture and prevents frizz while giving your hair luster.
Le Labo may be expensive but the results can be well worth the price. The formula uses nourishing ingredients like sunflower, jojoba, and grapeseed oils to lock in moisture, while also replenishing skin. This product is distinguished by its scent which contains toka bean, lavender, and violet notes. It's unnecessary to spray cologne on when this guy already does the work.
This oil contains tea tree and citrus extracts, which help to naturally clean the beard and rejuvenate the skin underneath. It is especially good for people with longer or fuller beards. It is vegan-friendly, silicone-free and SLS-free. This oil provides high-performance conditioning due to a large dose of powerful antioxidant argan oils. This super-ingredient boosts hydration from tip to follicle, and acts as a barrier against environmental toxins, sun damage, and other harmful substances. It also contains the highest concentration of natural nourishing oils currently available.
Baxter of California’s beard oil has the ingredients to enrich your hair, but won’t leave any residue. That’s because the complex, infused with avocado oils and vitamin E, is incredibly fast-absorbing, softening every strand without the complication of excess grease.
This luxurious dual action formula can be used to prepare skin for close shaves as well shaping and conditioning facial hairs. Part of the first-ever shaving and facial hair-maintenance line from the sustainable Italian beauty brand, Davines a Mediterranean-inspired cocktail of lemon, bergamot, orange, patchouli and iris.