Beard Oil - Calvin
What Is Beard Oil Used For?
A beard oil is essential to keeping your beard healthy and looking great. A beard oil moisturises your beard as well as provides essential nutrients to strengthen your hair and also to nourish your skin underneath your beard.
Introducing “Beardified Beard Oil – Calvin”.
Calvin is our second beard oil. Calvin Beard Oil is 100% natural and is homemade with great care in East London, South Africa.
Here are the numerous benefits of Calvin Beard Oil:
- Naturally high in Vitamin A, B1, B6 and E
- Restores damaged hair
- Reduces Hair Loss
- Promotes beard growth for thin or patchy beards
- Moisturiser for beard and skin
- Helps with eczema, acne, scar tissue and rashes
- Helps to alleviate inflammation, itching and dandruff
How To Apply Beard Oil To Your Beard
The best time to use the oil is directly after washing your beard with hot water e.g. after a hot shower. When your skin is still hot/warm, the pores of your skin are more open which allows the oil to be absorbed better.
Put 4-8 drops of oil into the palm of your hand, then rub hands together and rub into your beard from the roots outwards. A good practice is to massage the oil into your skin under your beard which encourages blood flow to the roots of your hair which leads to better hair growth.
The frequency of use is at your own discretion, but most men with thicker beards use oil twice a day.
WARNING: This product contains nut products and is therefore not suitable for anyone who has nut allergies.
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