The Bearded Goon's Ridiculously Soft Beard Conditioning Oil
What is Beard Oil?
Much of the reason men don’t grow their beards out is because beards can become wiry and rough when they get long. Unchecked, wiry beard can cause large problems, becoming knotted, and unsightly, forcing the wearer to eventually shave his beard off.
Here at the Bearded Goon’s Beard and Moustache Company, we designed our beard oil with the best of intentions in mind.
Why use beard oil in the first place?
The Bearded Goon’s Ridiculously Soft Beard Conditioning Oil is specifically designed to lubricate your beard, making it easy to comb and keep straight as well as nourishing your beard hair and keeping it happy and healthy.
With Great Beard comes Great responsibility:
It is a rare and wonderful thing when a bearded brother finds a partner who loves his beard as much as he does and here at The Bearded Goon’s Beard and Moustache Company, we aim to keep you together.
Using our beard oil, your beard will go from frightful brillo pad to a kissably soft face pillow that your significant other will be proud to snuggle into.
Made with only the finest ingredients:
Organic Apricot Kernel Oil:
Apricot seed oil contains linoleic acid and oleic acid, an omega-9 fatty acid and makes hair and scalp softer and more pliable.
It actually moisturizes the hair and scalp while increasing the hydration level and reducing dryness by sealing in the moisture.
Linoleic acid stimulates hair growth while keeping your hair soft and shiny and well nourished.
Golden Jojoba Oil:
Golden Jojoba oil possesses antibacterial properties which aids in both moisturizing the skin and hair but combating the dreaded “beard face” issues of itchy, dry skin. Jojoba oil also penetrates the root of the hair by stimulating bloodflow to strengthen as well as hydrating the hair fibres from the inside, adding shine, elasticity and softness to your beard.
Sweet Almond Oil:
Beards especially have to be taken care of. All day long they come into contact with food, moisture, wind, rain, heat and pollution. All of these things affect your beard.
The primary benefit of sweet almond oil is as a sealant and hair protector.
Sweet almond oil contains saturated and monounsaturated fatty acids giving it the ability to penetrate the hair shaft and moisturise hair from the inside making your hair bright, shiny and silky looking.
Grapeseed oil is a great choice for hair care because it contains a lot of vitamin E, which is necessary for beard growth, and overall beard health. The extensive proteins, minerals, and the linoleic acid it contains also offer lots of benefits for hair.
Avocado oil is good for moisturizing dry, brittle, and damaged hair. It has a lightweight formula that’s easily absorbed into the hair and scalp. It contains many nutrients such as vitamins A, B, D, E, protein, amino acids, iron, copper, magnesium, and folic acid. All these nutrients are beneficial for nourishment and hair growth.
Castor oil can be used on the scalp to help prevent and remedy hair loss and it is effective at this for several reasons. It’s antibacterial and anti fungal properties make it beneficial against follliculitus, dandruff and scalp infections and its ricinoleic acid content helps increase circulation to the scalp and improve hair growth.
The antioxidants in castor oil also support the keratin in hair and help make hair stronger, smoother and less frizzy.
Tea Tree Oil:
Tea tree oil acts as an antibacterial and antifungal solution for your hair. It encourages hair growth by helping to unclog hair follicles and nourish the roots as well as fighting dandruff and itching by effectively moisturizing the hair in addition to blocking oily buildup that can prevent hair growth.
Directions for use:
1. With a damp, clean beard, apply a few drops of beard oil to your hand by gently shaking the bottle over your palm. The beard oil comes with a special insert that makes applying the beard oil easy to do with no mess involved.
2. Rub palms together then spread the beard conditiioning oil evenly throughout your beard, making sure to work it into the roots of your beard to the tips of your beard.
3. Using a comb, gently comb your beard, being careful not to pull hard when you encounter knots.