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.
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.
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.
This beard oil is infused with a blend of woodsy essential oils. It absorbs quickly to soften hair and soothe the skin beneath. The exfoliating Salicylic Acid softens the skin to prevent dandruff. It also leaves behind a lasting fragrance of Cedarwood Sandalwood and Eucalyptus.
While many beard oils can double up as pre-shave oils and vice versa too, very few oils are specifically designed for both. By using almond oil in its blend, Davines targets inflammation, and combines the ingredient with jojoba oil for a skin-and-beard-soothing result.
All natural ingredients - Apricot Kern Oil, Argan Oil, Jojoba Oil, Pure Vitamin E Oil, Patchouli Oil and Sandalwood Oil.
Leif beard oils are great for thicker and more fuller looking beards. They nourish and protect the skin from drying and contain a unique blend if natural essential oils. The oil is lightly scented with rosemary and orange, and also contains vitamin E to protect and moisturize the skin below. It is 100% natural and vegan-friendly. It's formulated with jojoba oil (a hydrating anti-inflammatory that soothes skin irritation and redness) and hypoallergenic. Argan oil, which is a conditioning ingredient that aids in strong beard growth and stimulates rosemary oils which have healing properties.
Use beard oils for pre-shave lubricants and post-shave nourishment or as standalone moisturizers in order to keep your skin dry.
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.
Dedicated to helping grow and groom awesome beards, this Danish brand is a celebration of all things facial hair. Its signature beard oil (which is not just a beard oil, but more on that in a minute), which took a year of research to develop, effectively leaves bristles hydrated and fuller-bodied for up to 72 hours. It is further powered by a combo of two nutrient-rich ingredients: limnanthes alba seed oil, which softens dry or coarse hair by coating the fibre and sealing in hydration, and NaturePep amaranth, a patented ingredient which actively thickens the beard (11.3 per cent thicker after only three applications) by increasing the diameter of the individual hair fibre. Delivered in a silky, serum-like texture, it rehydrates and nourishes tired-looking bristles from the inside out, resulting in a healthier-looking mane. Copenhagen Grooming also offers a loyalty scheme: the more stock you buy, the cheaper the prices get.
To control wild beards: It takes more than just a neat appearance. You can use a dense blend of essential oils to do the trick. You need something heavy enough for your hair to not get tangled, but light enough so that the oil absorbs quickly into your hair without causing any greasiness.
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.
Le Labo is the right beard oil for your needs. Le Labo is also rich in nourishing ingredients for skin and beard, so if you use it regularly, your skin will be as healthy and supple as your hair.
If you want to try the water, this product is on sale. You don't need convincing. It passed the lab test and 75% said that it gives their beards a smooth finish. It did not cause skin irritation and 83% of those who tried it said they liked its lightweight feel.
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).
Looking for a silky smooth finish This is the product for you. This repair serum is packed full of silk protein and avocado oil to keep your skin in great condition. The panel agreed that the serum left their skin feeling softened after only a few applications. 92% also said that it did not leave behind any sticky residue.
Hawkins & Bumble's Beard Oil is made with shea butter and argan oil. They combine to make everything strong and soft while also preventing split ends and flyaways.
This beard oil has a mix of woodsy essential oils. It quickly absorbs to soften your hair, while soothing the skin underneath. Exfoliating Salicylic Acid gently eliminates dry skin cells to prevent the formation of dandruff.
Full of nourishing ingredients like almond oil and vitamin E, Tom Ford's beard oil comes in three of his most popular fragrances. We especially like the Neroli Portofino but the Oud Wood and Tobacco Vanille both have that moreish quality that all good fragrances do.
Additionally, beard oil also tends to be scented, leaving your goatee/mutton chops/lumberjack/moustache/soul patch smelling good all day. This "Booze & Baccy" Beard Oil from Ricki and Captain Fawcett has "base notes made of honeyed fresh taba leaves, maple-like frankincense and warm exotic vanilla bean. Layered with sweet bog myrtle and fresh hops."
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.