If you are looking for something that can be used with any type of beard, and that absorbs quickly, this is it. 80% of those who tried it said they were able to manage unruly hair.
A little bit of sillage: Although most oils have a mild scent, it isn't always overpowering once it has absorbed into your skin. This ability to project is known as sillage. You can substitute a cologne by using a nice-smelling beard oil.
In theory you can apply beard oil to any length of stubble, or even use it as a serum on your freshly shaved face (although if you were going to do that we’d recommend using a proper skin serum).
Scotch Porter's serum, which is light and has a sweet and woody scent, is great for people who hate using products on their beards. This serum contains avocado and jojoba oil oils which will leave your hair shiny without feeling heavy.
L'Oreal Men Expert's Barber Club system was developed from professional barber experience. This multi-functional product is ideal for men with medium or long beards. It also helps maintain the skin's moisture balance. This formula is completely free of parabens. It is powered by the deeply hydrating cedarwood essential oils and is surprising not to get greasy. It conditions and tames the skin and releases a nostalgic, old-school barbershop smell.
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.
Apply it after your beard has grown to the point where it is covering the skin. When your beard reaches this point, it will become thick enough to cover the skin beneath. If left unmanaged, you might look a bit...unkempt. It will work in you favor, too. Scientists at the University of Queensland talked to 919 females and discovered a direct correlation with fertility and facial hair.
This vegan and organic product can be used to reduce dryness from head to toe. A staggering 86% percent of users tested the product on their tasches and said it was quick to absorb, leaving hair and skin feeling softened and smoother. It did wonders for nourishment, but 79% found it light, while 71% reported it didn’t leave any greasiness.
You can apply beard oils to any length of stubble.
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.
For maximum effect and minimum greasiness though, we’d suggest applying it once your beard has started to get thick enough to cover the skin underneath- somewhere around the centimetre mark. At this length your beard will be getting thick enough that if left untamed you could look a little…unkempt. It'll work in your favour, too — scientists at the University of Queensland spoke to 919 women and found that a direct correlation between fertility and with facial hair.
Tom Ford is fancier than any other brand. The three scents of his beard oils are reminiscent of his original fragrance line. Oudwood or NeroliPortofino may be suggestions.
Packed with vitamin-rich oils - such as jojoba and grapeseed - use this one to give your beard or moustache a hydrating top-up, or as prep before a shave. Not only did it score top marks in our lab test for adding softness to hair, but 80% of testers were also impressed by how well it worked as a shaving lubricant, and they appreciated the fresh scent it left on the skin.
This conditioning cream for your beard is made primarily from grapeseed and argan oil. It has the right amount of antioxidants to moisturize your skin.
This Danish brand is all about growing and grooming amazing beards. Its beard oil, which is more than just a beard oil. This oil took over a year to create and leaves your hair fuller for up 72 hours. It also contains two nutrient-rich ingredients, limnanthes Alba seed oil and NaturePep amaranth. These are patented ingredients that actively thicken the beard (11.3% thicker after just three applications). The serum-like texture of the product hydrates and nourishes tired-looking hair from the inside. It leaves your mane looking healthier. Copenhagen Grooming also offers an loyalty program. The more stock you buy the better the prices.
Jack Black's Beard Oil is rich in antioxidants and an oil blend that moisturizes the hair. However, its true strength lies in its ability add shine to your beard. The formula is carefully designed to give you shiny locks.
Kiehl’s beard oil has essential oils to nourish your skin. Salicylic acid is also included, which helps prevent dandruff. High marks are also given to the scent which includes sandalwood, cedarwood, eucalyptus and cedarwood.
This vegan and organic option can be used on all parts of the body to relieve dryness. 86% of those who tried it claimed that it absorbed quickly and left their hair and skin softening. 79% claimed it left no greasiness and 79% said it moisturized well.
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.
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.
At first glance, the recipe is familiar: Almond and jojoba oil are there to soften your boar-ish beard bristles. But then things get weird: Extract of sea buckthorn (it’s an orange berry) moisturizes the skin. Pine oil fights fungal infections and prevents beard dandruff. Quite the potion, this one.