Who doesn’t love a good smelling man?
As facial manes grow from a warm necessity to a fashion statement, beard oil is all the rage for the modern man. Men around the world are relishing their beards while partaking in their own oiling ritual by running nourishing aromatic oil through their facial hair and even the locks on their head. A quality natural beard oil softens, moisturizes and helps to keep the beard and skin underneath stay clean and healthy while stimulating new growth.
Our DIY Beard Oil Creation Kit reveals how easy it is to tailor the perfect oil for him. This is a fun activity for couples, fathers and their children or the bachelor pad!
30 ml dropper bottle with nourishing carrier oil blend for hair which softens, promotes shine and growth without leaving the beard greasy
Cedarwood – earthy, sweet and grounding, stimulates growth while clearing excess oil, flakes and dandruff.
Lavender – herbal, refreshing and calming with anti-inflammatory, growth stimulating and antimicrobial properties
Spruce – woody and manly, energizing and stimulating to mind and body including hair and follicles
Lemon – bright and uplifting, cleansing, antibacterial and enhances shine
Each aroma is pure essential oil which can also be diffused and used in all aromatherapy applications. Remember to always dilute essential oils before topical use.
This simple recipe can be used as a guide to create the perfectly tailored beard oil for any man. Feel free to play with the combination!
4 drops – Lavender
6 drops – Cedarwood
6 drops – Spruce
8- drops – Lemon
Add essential oils to carrier oil, cap bottle and roll vigorously between the palms for a minute until all oils are mixed thoroughly. Shake well if needed.
Beard oil is best applied daily after the shower. If you’re just beginning to grow your beard: start with 3-4 drops, rub gently in palms first and then massage into the face. Add a drop or two as needed as your beard grows. Always start by massaging into the face and then stroke the rest of the oil through your mustache and beard. Remember too much oil is never fun, so always start with less and add more as needed.