Do you comb in beard oil?

Do you comb in beard oil?

You've probably seen beard oil, but do you know what it's for? Beard oil is a lot more than just a styling agent or pomade (though it does both of those things). It actually moisturizes the hair and skin underneath your beard so that your whiskers look as healthy and vibrant as possible. It's also great for when you don't have time to wash all the product out of your hair after using it. So, why not combine two purposes into one and use beard oil as both a styling agent and moisturizer?

Beard oil is not just used as a styling agent, but to preserve and help the beard grow.

Beard oil isn’t just for styling. It also helps to preserve the hair and skin underneath, moisturizing both. This is especially important for men with coarse or curly beards that tend to dry out fast. The oil can be used on other parts of your body too, including your hair and face—and it won’t make you smell like a lumberjack!

The purpose of applying beard oil is to moisturize the hair and skin underneath.

Beard oils moisturize the hair and skin underneath, helping to prevent beardruff (dandruff) and dryness. Beard oil also helps keep your beard soft and smooth, which makes it easier to style. The end result is a healthier, more manageable beard.

The ingredients of a good beard oil are as varied as the beards they're meant for—but all of them will have one thing in common: carrier oils. Carrier oils are the base ingredient of most beard oils, with jojoba being perhaps the most popular carrier oil used today because it closely mimics human sebum production levels. Other popular carrier oils include coconut oil, argan oil, grape seed oil and avocado oil—all great choices because they contain essential fatty acids that nourish your hair follicles while keeping them hydrated (and moisturized).

You can apply beard oils before or after showering; either way works just fine! You'll want an application cloth if you apply after showering so that you don't get any water on your face or neck while applying—or else use a little bit less water when lathering up in order to avoid diluting too much.)

Heck, you can use it on your head too!

Beard oil is great for your hair and skin, but did you know that it can also be used on your scalp?

Scalp oil is an essential part of any man’s grooming routine. A lot of us have issues with dandruff, itchy scalps or dryness at some point in our lives. Beard oils are a natural remedy because they contain essential oils like coconut and jojoba that help moisturize the skin and give it a healthy glow. Some brands even include hemp seed oil which has been proven to stimulate new growth by providing the right nutrients to damaged follicles. So next time you need a quick fix between washes — just rub some beard oil into your head!

Use beard oil as combo styling agent and moisturizer.

Beard oil is a great addition to your existing grooming routine, but you don't have to stop there. You can also use beard oil for styling and moisturizing the rest of your hair and body—including your scalp.

In fact, we recommend using it as sort of a one-stop shop for all things hair and skin care. If you're not using any other styling products on your head or face, beard oil might be all you need to keep everything looking good!


So, in conclusion, using beard oil is a great way to keep your beard looking its best. It will make it look shiny and healthy and reduce the risk of itching or dry skin. Plus, if you're worried about smelling good then combing some through your hair can give it a nice subtle fragrance too! Getting one should be easy enough as there are dozens of brands out there offering products made specifically for this purpose so just pick one out that suits both your needs and budget.