This luxuriously-textured, but not greasy, beard oil is the most popular in the U.S. It has a light, pleasant scent of essential oils and botanicals which gives off an uplifting, green, and fresh aroma. It also promotes healthy-beard glow. It is fast-absorbing without leaving any oily residue. It also contains Kalahari melons oil and marula oils, which are both high in fatty acids. They have been proven to soften and smoothen hair. To protect against damage by free radicals, powerful antioxidants are Brown algae and carrot root extract. Vitamin E boosts hydration. Plum oil softens dry and damaged facial hairs.
This item is currently on special, so grab it quickly if you want to test the water. If you need more convincing, it passed our lab test. 75% of our panel reported that it added a sleek look to their beards. It caused minimal irritation to the skin, and 83% praised its weightless feeling on the skin.
Beard oil can soften and relax your hair, give your skin a healthy glow, and condition it to reduce itching and dandruff.
All natural, organic and food-grade ingredients used in handcrafted products. Our oils are easy to absorb and will leave your mustache and beard soft and healthy. Our blend is specifically formulated to treat your beard and skin beneath. It will reduce flaky and itchy skin, promote thicker hair growth, smoothen split ends, and help you avoid flyaway hairs. Your beard will look and feel healthier and more manly with our oils. It will be a hit with both men and women.
Tom Ford's beard oils are full of vitamins E and almond oil, which are rich in nourishing ingredients. The Neroli Portofino is our favorite, but we also love the Oud Wood & Tobacco Vanille. They both have the same delicious quality as all good fragrances.
It is up to you how often beard oil should be applied. Some oils can absorb quickly and wash out easily, making it ideal for daily use. Some oils may have a greater staying power which makes them more suitable for those who don't have enough time to clean their beard every day.
Hot oil treatments are a great way to nourish your beard. It's like getting a massage in a barbershop. After heating it, you can then put it on your skin. After rinsing, your scruff will instantly become softer. Proraso's skin product opens pores to extract natural oils from your skin. It works in tandem with these oils to provide you with a once-weekly boost.
It's versatile: You can use your beard oils to moisturize dry skin as a standalone moisturizer, pre-shave oil lubricants, or post-shave nutrition.
Your application frequency may vary from one person to another. Apply the oil one time in the morning. Repeat as often as you like. Apply the oil right before bed. It can get into your pillow if it isn't absorbed completely by the hair.
Leif beard oil is great for thicker, fuller beards. It nourishes and protects the skin from drying out. It is light-scented with orange and rosemary and enriched with vitamin E to moisturize and protect the skin below. It is formulated with bristle-softening Jojoba oil, which is a hydrating antioxidant that reduces skin irritation and redness. Argan oil is another conditioning ingredient, which helps to grow strong beards. It also stimulates rosemary oil which has healing properties.
Double the size of most beard oils, Reamir’s soothes skin, beard, and senses alike with lavender oil. It adds vitamins A and E to the mix, to pump youthful vitality into your mane, and to make sure that it grows as full, thick, and expedient as possible.
This oil is rich with tea tree extract and citrus extract. This oil is great for long and fuller beards. It is vegan-friendly as it does not contain silicone and SLS. The oil offers high-performance conditioning because of a generous amount antioxidant argan, which is a highly valued super-ingredient. It boosts hydration right from the tip of your facial hair strand to the follicle. It is also reputed to have the highest concentrations of natural nourishing oils.
We used a Diatron machine in our Lab to determine the smoothness of the hair prior and after application. The score for beard oil was determined by how easy it was to use the switches.
Here are 80% of the people who said that it helps to control unruly hair.
Haeckels has a long history of creating signature formulations that are marine-based. This is due to the brand's success and concern for the Kent coast, where it was founded. It contains seaweed extract, vitamin E and is known for its famous conditioning beard oil. It's best for longer beards. Neroli oil can also be used as an antibacterial and antibiotic.
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.
Tom Ford is fancier at everything that the other brands do. There are three scents in his beard oil that recall his classic fragrances. We suggest Oud Wood and Neroli Portofino.
British-based Dr Harris grooms royalty and the aristocracy in London's St James' since 1790. The brand's most notable reputation is its classic and clean gentlemanly scents. It shouldn't surprise then that its beard oils perform well and - adopting the brand’s Windsor scent (citruse, vetiver & black pepper - also smells like business. The soothing formula is great for anyone just starting to grow their beard.
Scotch Porter’s serum is lightweight and pleasant to smell. The serum is made with avocado and Jojoba seed oils. Your hair will shine without feeling weighed down.
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.
In the Lab, we used a Dia-stron machine to measure the smoothness of hair before and after application. The easier the switches were to comb, the higher the beard oil scored.