There was this one winter when my husband decided it was a good idea to let his beard grow freely. I was supportive of his manly adventure into beard-dom but I had one condition. I kindly (okay a little sternly) requested that he keep it groomed and tamed. He was agreeable (shew!) so I whipped up a batch of beard oil for him and we were hooked.
Shaving Days Argan Beard Oil is the perfected version of that first concoction. Argan oil, sweet almond oil, and jojoba oil soften and nourish your beard without leaving an oily residue while castor oil stimulates new growth. The essential oils both stimulate and soothe the sensitive skin beneath the beard (because nobody likes “beardruff”) and offer a well-rounded woodsy scent.
This beard oil is suitable for all skin types and hair types.
INGREDIENTS: Argan oil, sweet almond oil, jojoba oil, hexane-free castor oil, cedarwood essential oil, bergamot (bergaptene-free) essential oil, rosemary essential oil, lavender essential oil, ylang ylang essential oil
TO USE: You will have the best results on a freshly washed beard that has been towel dried, but feel free to use beard oil anytime you would like to smooth it down. To apply, place 3-5 drops in the palm of your hand. Depending on beard length, you may want to increase or decrease this amount, one drop at a time, until you find what works best for you. Use your fingertips (from the other hand, of course) to evenly apply all of the oil to your beard. Gently massage the oil down into your beard all the way to the skin. Finish up by combing through the beard to smooth it down and style as you wish. You can use a beard comb or any small comb.
NOTE: This oil will last at least 3-4 months, if used as above. Store in a cool, dark place and it will keep up to a year.
Again, this is for a 1-oz bottle of Shaving Days Argan Beard Oil by Crunchy Betty, hand-blended and shipped within 2-7 business days of ordering.
Please note: None of the statements in this listing have been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Know your skin, know your ingredients, and don’t use anything you don’t feel personally comfortable with. It’s fun to learn about natural beauty treatments, and it’s even more fun to know what your skin loves – read, read, read all you can. And experiment even more! Knowledge is power, my friends.