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Coconut oil, being an excellent moisturizing agent, is often used in beard oils. The coconut oil that you buy in the store is most often in solid form, as it has a high melting point of about 76 degrees F. This can obviously make it difficult to work with. To use coconut oil as a base carrier of your beard oil, you’ll have to first melt it so you can mix with your essential oils. I put a large tablespoon of the solid oil into a dish, then set that dish into another that had hot water. The oil liquified in no time and I was able to mix in a few drops of an essential oil. It will then re-solidify, and you end up with more of a beard balm. You simply rub a little on your fingers, and your body heat will melt it, thereby turning it into oil again, ready to use on your facial hair.
Having a well-groomed beard takes time and effort, time in which some men do not have. So before growing a one make sure to commit yourself to a certain time frame each day or weekend for proper beard maintenance.
Your early to late twenties is when your beard will generally reach its adult thickness and hair growth pattern. What that entails is all dependent on your genetics, but you can help things along by following the best beard care and grooming practices detailed throughout the rest of this article.
Oil and Balm are very similar in that they both condition and style your beard. The main difference is that beard balm will do a little more to shape and hold your beard. Beard oil is usually enough for short beards, beard balm gives a little more aid to longer, wilder beards.
At Seven Potions, we have worked tirelessly to find the perfect combination and ratio of carrier and essential oils in order to create the perfectly balanced product to make your beard smooth and soft and to help you get rid of the split ends. It’s absorption properties will make your beard look it’s best without giving you a greasy sensation.
Winner of AskMen’s 2016 Grooming Award for Best Beard Oil, Jack Black’s facial serum combines 10 natural oils with other nourishing ingredients to moisturize and protect the beard from breakage. Its creamy texture conditions whiskers better than most other beard oils in its class, absorbing quickly to speed up the grooming process. Some even suggest the formula can double as a shaving agent. The aromatic citrusy cent is a pleasurable bonus.
We’d absolutely recommend beard oil for a starter beard. When you’re starting your beard, it’s easy to forget that the hair forming under the skin at the root needs to be cared for properly so that it can grow in strong and healthy. For that reason it’s important to keep your skin moisturized, and our beard oil has the ingredients to do that. It’s a light oil that absorbs into hair and skin easily, and won’t leave you feeling greasy.
The natural highly conditioning ingredients in Smooth Viking’s Beard Balm nourish your hair from the skin to the root to the very tip of the hair shaft, tackling the issue of rehabilitating your beard head-on. The result is better, thicker beard growth.
Natural ingredients should always be considered because unless you’re allergic, they’re likely going to be kinder to your skin; sometimes synthetic ingredients can be drying to some while being fine for others, whereas natural elements often have a more or less predictable result.
Thank you for your questions. Curly beards can look amazing without being straightened. Our recommendation for curly beards is that you stick with all natural products, so that your beard is properly nourished. I recommend our Core Beard Kit. It has a natural soap, beard oil, and beard balm to keep your face and beard clean, healthy, and strong.
Manage the itchiness of the early growth. Lots of guys stop growing out facial hair and start shaving because it gets itchy. Understand that itchiness will last for approximately four weeks, before you’ll eventually get used to it, once the beard softens slightly.
Hi, Robert! That’s a great question. The answer is that you’ll continually benefit from using beard oil or beard balm. It helps to think about your hair, including your beard hair, has having a life cycle. Your hair is constantly falling out and being replaced with new hair. When applied properly beard oil will nourish your hair beneath the skin, which will improve it’s health as new hair grows in. It will also help keep the current hair healthy and hydrated which means less breakage.
For one, it’s easy to use and leaves little mess. Just rub a small amount of the balm between your fingers and then spread it evenly throughout your beard. All you need to do is let it dry. Trust us, styling is made easier with this beard balm.
So you found the perfect beard oil, but then you wonder: How exactly do I use beard oil? I get this question a lot. Beard oil, unlike beard balm or waxes, is already in liquid form. A little bit of oil tends to go a long way. Men will often run out of beard oil quickly, but with judicial use, you can make a 1oz vial of beard oil last many months. My favorite tool for applying beard oil is the Misto oil sprayer.
Coconut oil seems to win the battle of natural oils. Due to its many properties that it comes with, the great scent and the ease to formulate, it is a great ingredient for an all natural cosmetic product.
So you’ve finally started following your heart’s desire and stopped shaving. While looking around at all those manly bearded men, you thought this was going to be easy, didn’t you? You though that just giving your razor a break will do the trick for you, right?
Just because the beard is not super long yet, or where you want it to be, does not mean you can’t enjoy the growth that you have. Embrace each new growth phase as a time to test out new styles, and enjoy growing from stubble into substantial growth. Keeping the beard trim is also a great technique for creating the appearance of thicker, fuller hair. Long, straggly hair is not going to look good on anyone.
Another possible reason for Minoxidil’s hair-growth powers is that it stimulates the enzyme prostaglandin synthase-1 via the immune system. Scientists have long speculated that hair loss is somehow involved with the immune system.
Beard oil is an oil-based light moisturizer that can be applied throughout your entire beard quickly and effortlessly. Its liquid form also means it’s more effective in hydrating the skin through shorter or trimmed beards as opposed to their larger counterparts.
4. Be Healthy: It’s good practice to eat healthy, to exercise, to drink lots of water, get 8 hours of sleep every night, and lower your stress. Beard hairs benefit from vitamins and nutrients, just like the rest of your body (it’s also why it’s good to apply a nourishing beard oil to the whiskers). Your hair is made of proteins, so you should in turn ingest plenty of protein. If you stay hydrated, your beard is softer. If you’re well rested, your entire body stays stronger, hair health included. If you work out a lot, you keep your blood circulation up, which stimulates hair growth, which fortifies the hairs all over your body. And if you minimize stress, you lower the odds of imbalanced hormones compromising hair health—or making it fall out all together. That’s all a roundabout way to say that your beard will inherently be more relaxed, stylable, and fuller if you take care of yourself. So why the hell not?
Beard balm is one of the most versatile beard care products out there. It can function as a solid beard oil, a wax and a leave-in conditioner because it provides hold, hydration and manageability all in one convenient product.
Beard oil absorbs into the skin and hair more quickly than balm. As a result, your beard will have a matte finish appearance, rather than glossy or shiny. Beardsmen with longer beards should use a beard brush or comb to distribute the oil evenly through the entire beard. While their appearance is subtle, oils will afford you a silky smooth beard without the gunky texture you might get from commercial conditioners and silicone products.
Hi Sagar. Wash your face with The Mod Cabin’s birch tar or amber resin soap, then apply backwoods beard balm and comb through it with our boars hair beard brush. Also make sure you are getting enough water in your diet and you may also want to look for a biotin supplement to help your facial hair grow in thicker. The Mod Cabin’s beard kit is a great way to start.
Beard balm is a product that every man with facial hair should keep in his medicine cabinet. It’s a versatile conditioner, generally made from natural ingredients, that not only softens your hair, but also treats and prevents common conditions that beard-growers face, such as itchiness.
It seems like a whole new crop of beard oils gets released every month now that the beard trend has truly gone mainstream. With so many options now available, what’s really good? Which beard oils are actually worth investing in, and which ones will just leave you itchy and/or greasy? I enlisted the help of some bearded colleagues and friends to try out a few different beard oils and report back to me on their experience. Here’s how it all went down.