Beard dandruff can be a serious problem. Stubble and 'Stache's blend of sunflower and hemp oil oils nourish the cheeks, chin and neck just as well as the beard. This super-nourishing oil, which also contains argan, castor, and jojoba oils, as well as vitamin E, is great for softening your beard and skin.
Hawkins & Bumble combine argan oil with shea butter to make Hawkins & Bumble's beard oil. Together, they make everything strong yet soft. This prevents split ends, flyaways, or dullness.
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.
L'Oreal is a good choice for long beards that require a little bit of help to comb through. Our testers all agreed that the beard oil made it easier to comb their beards after applying it and found it could manage to control any unruly hairs.
Horace, the accessible and inclusive French grooming brand, has upped its beard-maintenance ante. Replacing its generic beard oil with the option of 3 stylish new scents; the Havana-scented Tobacco & Vanilla, the woody-based Patchouli & Cedar and our favourite, a citrus/aromatic that conjures up the orchards of Southern Italy, Lemon & Mint. Made using 99 per cent ingredients of natural origin, it has been formulated to both nourish the whiskers and soften the skin. Jamaican black castor oil boosts the beard’s suppleness and adds volume whilst sweet almond oil hydrates and adds shine. Argan oil, rich in vitamin E, moisturises the skin below, supported by grapeseed oil which has anti-inflammatory properties to help prevent redness, itching and irritation. Vegan-friendly and mineral oil, silicone, alcohol and paraben-free.
Haeckels is driven by the preservation of Kent's coast and effective results. Many of its signature formulations contain marine-based ingredients. The iconic conditioning beard oil, originally known as the Sailors Beard Oil (previously called the Sailors Beard Oil), is rich in seaweed extract with vitamin E. It follows the tradition to use (where possible) local raw materials. This oil is ideal for long beards with very coarse or damaged facial hair. It contains a combination of oils like jojoba sweet almond, clove, sandalwood and protects, repairs, protects, and nourishes. Natural antibacterial, antiseptic and natural moisturizer, neroli oil is also useful.
Scotch Porter serum is lightweight and gentle on the beard. It contains avocado and Jojoba Seed Oils, so your hair will glow without feeling weighed-down.
This lightweight, nongreasy formula is great for maintaining your beard's health without spending a fortune. It left 92% with softened hair and skin. This is not bad.
The right beard oil can take your facial fuzz to the next level in seconds. Here are our top picks.
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.
No surprise that award-winning barber shop Ruffians also offers an award-winning beard oil. But as well as endowing your facial fuzz with an elegant, citrus smell, Ruffians offering also locks in moisture and protects your skin from sun damage.
Our top pick, which includes avocado, jojoba, sweet almond oil, received high marks from the lab. 93% of panelists said it lasted the entire day. It also helps to reduce itching. 79% claimed it helped with this issue, while everyone else said it was easier and more manageable to style facial hair.
Oars + Alps has a special beard product that might just convert you to the miraculous powers of argan oil. The brand's carefully formulated concoction contains a mixture of argan, jojoba and grapefruit to soothe and nourish your hair.
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.
Argan oil and shea butter join forces in Hawkins & Bumble’s beard oil. Together they simultaneously make everything both strong and soft, while preventing split ends, flyaways, and dullness.
Baxter California's beard oil doesn't leave behind any residue. Complex, which is infused in avocado oils and Vitamin E, absorbs extremely quickly. It softens each strand without the need for extra grease.
You can decide how often to apply beard oil, just like any other grooming product. Some oils can be absorbed and washed out quickly, making them suitable for daily use. Some oils will be more durable, which makes them ideal for people who don't have the time to wash their hair every day.
Just want to get straight to it? In the Lab, we tested a range of beard oils with a panel of 300 men, to see which ones really kept facial hair in check. The editors have also selected their top picks, so you have a full range to chose from.
This Danish brand celebrates all aspects of facial hair. Its trademark beard oil (which was not just a hair oil but more on that later), takes over a full year to perfect. It effectively moisturizes the hair and makes it fuller for up to 72hrs. It contains two nutritionally rich ingredients. One is limnanthes oleifera seed oil which softens dry or coarse hair and seals in moisture. The other is NaturePep amaranth which is a patented ingredient that actively thickens your beard (11.3 percent thicker with three applications). This increases the diameter of individual hair fibres. The product has a silky texture that is similar to a serum and helps nourish tired hair. Copenhagen Grooming offers a loyalty plan: the more stock that you buy, the lower the prices.
To tame even the wildest whiskers: Your beard doesn’t just grow neatly into shape; it needs coaching and conditioning. A dense blend of essential oils will do the trick. Something heavy enough to keep your strays in check, but light enough that it still absorbs quickly into the hair and avoid any greasiness.
This beard oil serum works well for bushy, long beards. It saturates the hairs quickly, softens them, and prepares them for detangling. While you work your way through the beard with a comb, distribute the sweet almond- and grapeseed oils.