Beard Oil 101 – How To Make & Apply

Beard Oil 101 – How To Make & Apply

How to make Beard Oil and benefits of use. Want to grow and maintain an awesome beard? Want to have an Incredibeard?
The kind of beard that makes people stop you on the street and compliment you on? Then you need to start using beard oil.
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Why Beard Oil?
1) Healthy skin under the beard
2) Healthy and shiny beard hair
3) Stronger roots = stronger beard
4) Using essential oils has additional health benefits, both by inhaling and absorbing

Beginner recipe for healthy skin, stronger roots, and an improved respiratory system:

Combine the following ingredients in a glass bottle (preferably dark glass):
– 1 oz of carrier oil (Sweet Almond Oil)
– 5 drops Clove Oil
– 5 drops Tea Tree Oil
– 5 drops Lemongrass

Benefits of the ingredients:
– Almond Oil – great for skin, contains vit E
– Clove – fights warts, acne, wrinkles
– Tea Tree – fights acne, fungus and bronchial infections
– Lemongrass – repels insects, relieves stress, prevents drowsiness, strengthens hair follicles

Apply small drops to fingers, and work into beard and skin, ideally after a shower. Amount of oil needed will depend on size of beard, and dryness of hair and skin.

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