A basic leave in conditioner for your beard made from natural oils that are good for your hair and skin. Daily application of beard oil keeps your beard hair soft and healthy, and also prevents itchy, dry skin and that dreaded face dandruff!
HOW TO USE IT
Beard oil is best applied after a shower when your beard is towel-dried, but still damp. Put about a nickel sized amount in the palm of your hand (less for short beards, more for long beards). Rub that through your fingers on both hands, and then apply thoroughly to your beard. Make sure you get all the way through to your skin. Work the oil through your beard (don’t forget the ‘stache). When the oil is thoroughly applied, comb your beard to neaten it out and evenly distribute the oils. Some men like to also use a boar’s hair brush for this purpose.
WHAT’S IN IT:
SWEET ALMOND OIL: A cold pressed oil made from almonds. It softens and conditions your hair, and is really good for your skin (it’s commonly used in therapeutic massage). It helps prevent itchy, dry skin beneath your beard. It also helps prevent ingrown hairs.
ARGAN OIL: From the Argan tree in Morocco. This cold pressed oil is extremely good for your hair, and has been used to condition and soften hair for centuries. It also makes your skin softer and has anti-aging properties.
JOJOBA OIL: This is actually a liquid wax. It is very similar to your natural skin oils and therefore is easily absorbed by the skin. It contains vitamins A, D and E, all of which are good for your hair and skin.
HEMP SEED OIL: This cold pressed oil contains Vitamin E and is rich in fatty acids which soften and coats the hair, preventing moisture loss. Used by many in the skin and hair care industry as a natural moisturizer.
VITAMIN E OIL: Vitamin E is a natural antioxidant known to make hair more lustrous, shinier, and stronger. It’s been known to stimulate hair growth. It also acts as a skin moisturizer and promotes general skin health.
ESSENTIAL OILS: Our SUNDAY MORNING scent is crafted from a blend of Frankincense, Myrrh, and Coffee essential oils. It smells like that moment when the incense at High Mass wafts into your mustache and blends with the remnants of that morning’s cup of Java… in other words, heavenly!
In other words, it’s all natural stuff that you want to put on your face.