Uses: Keeps your beard looking fuller, softer, and tamer.
Beneficial For: Conditioning and softening beard hair, and moisturizing facial skin beneath your beard.
Aroma: Piney, resinous, fresh, woody.
Ingredients: Organic Argan Oil, Piñon Pine Resin, Organic Coconut MCT Oil, Cedar Leaf, Love & Well Wishes
Directions: Recommended for use after showering and shampooing your beard (or after washing your face) while your beard hair is still slightly damp. Begin by applying 3-5 drops to the palms of your hands and massaging it into your beard using a downward motion. Add more as needed, depending on the thickness and length of your beard. May be used daily or as desired.
For external use only.
Volume: 1/4 fl oz = Approximately 135 drops; 1/2 fl oz = Approximately 270 drops
Enjoy a softer, fuller beard that not only looks great, but smells great too!
This oil contains a blend of naturally moisturizing, antibacterial, antiseptic piñon pine resin (aka pine tar) and uplifting, astringent cedar leaf which have been gently infused into argan oil. This all-natural, herb-infused beard oil helps repair and revitalize your skin, condition and tame stray hairs, and help prevent the itchiness that comes with having a beard. All while leaving you with a natural, light, woodsy scent to enjoy throughout the day!
Really enjoying this new beard oil! The aroma isn’t overpowering and it feels a bit richer than some other oils I’ve used in the past. Definitely will be buying again when I start running low!
Here's how I've used it: On days that I wash my beard (usually only once a week), I use 7-8 drops in my palm and massage it into my beard before it's totally dry. Other days, I use 5 drops. I like to run my hands through my mustache and hair before washing my hands. Without oil, my beard will tangle, and I'll absently pull at the tangles. After using this for a few weeks, I trim my beard less. It's fuller, and looks better. I love smelling like a woodshop. And my wife loves it. The first time I put it on, she asks, "Are you trying to seduce me?"