Do you have a wild and unruly beard that goes well past your neck? Proraso’s complex—made of avocado and macadamia nut oils, along with walnut and sunflower oil—locks in moisture, keeping frizz at bay, while adding a luster to your hair.
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.
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.
With a complex primarily made of argan and grapeseed oils, this conditioning beard formula has the necessary antioxidants to nourish your skin, preventing flakes—aka, "beardruff"—from forming, while also improving your skin tone.
Use beard oils for pre-shave lubricants and post-shave nourishment or as standalone moisturizers in order to keep your skin dry.
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.
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.
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.
If you want baby-soft skin under your beard, the buck stops at Murdock London. The brand’s formula is ultra nourishing, with oils that penetrate past the hair follicle and into the skin. What’s more, the formula is fast-absorbing, which means your whiskers won’t look at all greasy.
Reamir's lavender oil has a twice the size of other beard oils. You can add vitamins A and E to your mixture to boost your hair's youthful vitality and make it grow as thick and full as possible.
Beard oil can be used to soften and moisturize your beard.
To smooth coarse whiskers, while simultaneously soothing skin, V76 uses saw palmetto and safflower oils almost exclusively. This means that it’s a completely vegan product.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
For a better look, pair your oil with a Butter, Balm, or Waxe. This will lock in the oil, deep-condition your beard, and give it a more consistent shape.