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What is the deal with Men with Beards, and Beard Oils? By Krisspi

Honestly, beard hair is nothing like the hair on the head. Our hair is naturally soft and tamable, but due to an unhealthy lifestyle and constant exposure to pollution and sun damage. However, the beard hair is already rough in texture, which is why you need one to tame your beard hair.


Beard oil is made from a combination of a carrier oil and some essential oils. A few of them even contain vitamin E oil.

With a lightweight carrier oil and soft scent, beard oil does magic

· Coconut oil

· Sunflower seed oil

· Jojoba oil

· Argan oil

Some beard oil contains more than one several types of essential oils. Some are great for dry and normal skin, such as lavender oil, while others are amazing for oily skin and acne-prone skin.

Avoid commercial beard oil that contains artificial fragrance, preservatives, and dyes. Go for oils that are organic, additive-free, and col-pressed.


The types of oils in beard oil vary greatly. Read the instructions and the ingredients used in the product you are using to avoid getting touch with an element you are allergic to.

Whenever you use a hair beard for the first time, apply a little amount of it first; if you experience a reaction, immediately wash your face and take an anti-allergy.

The symptoms that include an allergic reaction may include:

· Itching

· Hives

· Redness

· Burning

Some people have sensitive skin and may feel like the product is irritating to the applied area. This happens when your beard oil is not diluted enough.


Many people like using homemade products, which is absolutely normal. They want to make sure they know what is included in the product before applying it to their body. If you want the same softening and moisturizing benefits without fragrance, use argan oil, mineral oil, or jojoba oil without adding any essential oils. This can serve as an economical alternative.

Let’s jump straight into the bonus information that we promised at the start of the blog, how to make your very own beard oil at home.


You will need a glass bottle with a dropper stop to store the beard oil. You may use an amber glass to keep the oil to stay fresh for a long time.

· Select a carrier oil with a light texture and a neutral scent.

· Try working out with essential oil fragrances that you enjoy and choose one or more that complement one another.

· Add six to eight drops of essential oils into two to three tablespoons of carrier oil

· Get a glass bottle with a dropper top and keep the product away from sunlight and store it at room temperature, and there you have it, your very own beard oil made at home.


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