How to Use Beard Oil
Does your beard resemble this? Looks like it’s time for some Enchanted Beard Oil.
Beard Maintenance is Not Optional
So you decided to grow a beard. You look around at other guys’ beards and can’t help but compare yours to theirs. Ever notice those guys with beards which strike a disturbing resemblance to a rat’s nest? Yeah we’ve seen them too and they’re pretty unsightly. Aside from being unattractive, those kinds of beards also convey bad hygiene. No one wants to give off that vibe!
So now that you’ve become a little more receptive to all the various beard products and gizmos out there that promise to make your beard even more amazing than it already is. One particular thing you see is the seemingly unending supply of beard oil. But what exactly does beard oil do, anyway? Let me explain a few things before I tell you how to use beard oil.
Beard Products Are Your Friend
You’re Not Using Shampoo Are You?
If you’re not using a beard wash or beard soap, you’re probably using regular bar soap or shampoo. These products dry out your beard by stripping away the oils that keep your beard hairs from becoming overly dry and brittle. Beard oil provides your beard with beneficial oils and nutrients which keep your beard looking and feeling soft and healthy. Beard oil also delivers a lasting masculine scent which is by far more appealing than that musky man-smell your other half wrinkles their nose at.
Use Nature As Your Guide
Enchanted Beard Oil is your go to beard product. In addition to providing your beard with beneficial jojoba and grapeseed oils that absorb quickly, Enchanted Beard Oil also provides beneficial burdock root which is known for its ability to enhance hair growth. Over time you naturally lose hair from your beard at a rate of up to 100 hairs per day. Burdock Root is chock full of calcium, chlorogenic acid, flavonoids, iron, inulin, lactone, mucilage, polyacetylenes, potassium, resin, tannin, and taraxosterol. But what does all that mean?
When infused in oil and applied to your beard, Burdock root may help prevent hair loss and dandruff. It also is believed to boost the strength and softness of your beard hair to prevent breakage and premature loss. It increases hair growth by keeping the underlying skin underneath healthy. This is because Burdock Root infused oils contain a lot of fatty acids and phytosterols. Phytosterols are important because they inhibit DHT or Dihydrotestosterone. DHT is a derivative of testosterone. Hair loss from the head is prompted when the level of DHT binding to receptors in scalp follicles becomes too great. DHT shrinks your hair follicles, making it more difficult for healthy hair to survive. Sounds great, right? Now that i’ve gotten your attention, let me tell you how to use beard oil!
How Do I Use Beard Oil?
So now that I’ve convinced you to start taking care of your beard, what should you do? As men, we detest spending more than five minutes in front of the mirror. We don’t want to spend our mornings primping ourselves. The good news is a little beard maintenance is actually quick and easy to incorporate into your daily routine. It doesn’t require that much extra time at all.
Applying Beard Oil is Easy
As with any beard maintenance product, LESS IS MORE. Although Enchanted Beard Oils are made to absorb quickly, you only need a few drops. If your beard is short, 2-3 drops will do. Medium length beards will benefit from using about five drops. You get the idea.
Grab your favorite bottle of Enchanted Beard Oil and shake well. Unscrew the cap and allow time for the desired amount of oil to be dispensed. Once you have dispensed the oil into the palm of your hand, rub your hands together and massage into your beard. That’s all there is to it. Some guys will finish off their beards with a little beard balm too. But that’s another topic for another day.