Beard oil must haves

Now a days, it is fashionable to have a beard nice and healthy looking. This beard oil is made with the finest quality oils and keeps the beard soft and tangle free.  What is the purpose of Beard Oil? It offers a variety of benefits for an unshaven man: it moisturizes the often dry skin underneath, tames beard frazzle and makes your hair easier to grow and it just smells clean and sexy.  Beard oil is hydrating to the skin and helps soften and tame facial hair, which means it also does double-duty as a styling agent. The ideal beard should look shiny and groomed — not dusty, flaky and shaggy.  When to apply: The basic rule of thumb is to apply beard oil at least twice a day. After your morning shower, apply beard oil to your face.  When you get home from work, after you wash your face, you should apply beard oil.  How much to put:  If you're in the stubble stage, 2 to 4 drops is plenty. For a medium-sized beard, 5 to 6 drops. For a large beard, 6 to 8 drops. Play around with it until you find the amount that best compliments your beard.  The only trouble is what does one choose.  So why not get a bottle or two, looking good never smelled better...

(Phyllanthus emblica) Amla Oil...Amla contains oodles of essential fatty acids that penetrate into the follicles, making the hair softer, shinier and voluminous. It also stimulates hair growth owing to its high iron and carotene content.
Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride...Derived from coconut oil and glycerin, it's considered an excellent emollient and skin-replenishing ingredient.
Fractionated Coconut Oil...The abundance of antioxidants in fractionated coconut oil are also ideal for hydrating dry, damaged hair. The coconut oil easily penetrates the hair strands, making hair glossy and silky smooth.
(Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis) Sweet Almond Oil..Sweet almond oil is rich in magnesium, calcium and zinc, all of which are important for healthy hair! Using this beautiful oil in your beard can help improve the condition of your skin, reducing dryness and flakiness .
(Argania Spinosa) Argan Oil...The phenols in argan oil support and strengthen hair follicles while the antioxidants promote cell production. The vitamins in argan oil promote healthy skin.
(Simmondsia Chinensis) Jojoba Oil...When applied to the skin, it balances the level of sebum on dry, as well as on oily skin.
(Aloe Barbadensis) Aloe Oil...Aloe vera has long been used for treating hair loss. It also soothes the skin and conditions hair.
(Tocopheryl Acetate) Vitamin E... It can stimulate capillary growth in your scalp, which in turn supports hair growth; it prevents breakage and pesky split ends; its antioxidants even boost hair's elasticity and shine.
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