The best beard oils blend natural ingredients with essential oils to provide maximum hydration and conditioning of your facial hair.
Our lightweight oils help to combat beard dandruff by nourishing your beard hair with vitamins and natural oils. Shop top fragrances including cedarwood, sandalwood, and lavender (unscented also available).
By utilising grapeseed oil, avocado oil, and almond oil, our beard oil range is ideally suited for dry and sensitive skin. These natural oils don't irritate the skin, and have deep moisturising effects.
Beard oil is ideal for a shorter beard or stubble, as it keeps the skin conditioned and moisturised, to prevent itchiness and irritation. It's much better than beard balm for a shorter beard, as that's aimed at taming longer hair.
All of our beard oils are made from natural ingredients, to help condition your beard and keep the skin underneath moisturised and healthy. You can match a scent to the type of cologne you wear, including popular scents like Sandalwood, Cedar, Tobacco, Oud, and Vanilla.
If you're looking for a vegan brand of beard oil, then we recommend choosing the WSP range, as they are 100% vegan friendly.
Beard oil is a cosmetic product designed to nourish the skin underneath your beard, and the beard hair itself. It emulates the natural oils your skin already produces, and often includes essential oils and added vitamins like vitamin E. It's mainly used on short-medium length beards, whereas beard balm is preferred for longer beards. It provides benefit from the tip of the hair right through to the hair follicle.
Each brand of beard oil has a unique set of ingredients, but they typically tend to include:
We also stock a range of natural beard balm with argan oils.
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Vitamin E is a fat-soluble antioxidant, which helps to prevent beard dandruff (beardruff), reduces itching, and moisturises your skin.
It also acts as a preservative for the essential oils within beard oils. You can read more information on the link between Vitamin E and dermatology on the NIH.gov site.