No matter if you are rocking a luxurious lumberjack beard or a simple stylish scruff, each and every beard deserves to be nourished. If you have experienced some itching or dryness while growing your beard, this means that you are not taking proper care of it.

With great beards comes great responsibility, so our article will help you learn everything you need to know about oils that you can use as a part of your everyday grooming regimen. We will explain different kinds of natural oils that can be found in beard oil, and what they’re good for. To learn how to use beard oil and why check out this page.

Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is one of the most beneficial ingredients when it comes to all sorts of cosmetic products. It is said to have almost magical properties – it combines a wonderful scent and great health benefits, and it can be found in beard oil, shaving creams, beard balms and many other products as well.

More and more cosmetic companies have started including coconut oil in their formulas as it can help you grow your beard and your hair faster. And that is only the beginning – it will keep your beard soft and healthy, and moisturize the skin under it, in order to prevent any itchiness.

There are two major categories of coconut oil – refined and virgin. Refined oil is extracted by chemical processes and it is most commonly used for commercial uses. On the other hand, virgin oil is the raw, unrefined form and it can be used for both cosmetic products but also for cooking and consumption.

If you use it for your beard, it will be softer, healthier and shinier, and it will help you clean your face and provide your skin with the hydration it needs.

coconut oil

Avocado Oil

Avocado is believed to be food for your beard. Its oil is rich in proteins and amino acids, which help reduce inflammation and dryness, and nourish both the skin and hair/beard. It is impossible to have a majestic beard without healthy skin, and avocado oil has the ability to restore the natural pH levels in your skin, which is great for restoring balance and moisture, and healing as well.

Apart from just using the oil, you can simply mash up a fresh avocado, massage it into your beard, leave it there for about 15 minutes, and rinse it afterwards. Ridiculous as it looks, rest assured that the results are totally worth it!

Olive Oil

It is already a well-known fact that olive oil has many therapeutic and nourishing properties which makes it perfect for your beard. Virgin olive oil, which is unrefined, pure and untreated, is packed with monounsaturated fatty acids and antioxidant compounds, all of which can help you nourish your beard perfectly.

There are so many different recipes for making olive oil based beard masks, and each one of them is equally beneficial and you should try them. What you should pay attention to, however, is how you store your olive oil.

Proper storage is extremely important for preserving it as long as possible. It is best that you keep it in an amber glass bottle which contains a dropper for extraction also made out of glass. Such bottles are easy to find and are quite affordable, and will ensure you with a long lasting product.

amber olive oil bottle

Sandalwood Oil

This oil, extracted from matured sandalwood trees through the process of steam distillation, has endless healthy properties – anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, emollient, disinfectant, and so on. Sandalwood oil cures skin infections, soothes the skin and relieves it from any irritation or inflammation, making it a great product for your beard.

Not only that it can help you keep your skin healthy and soften your beard, but it can also treat your beard dandruff effectively, and it smells heavenly. The same as olive oil, it should be kept in dark amber bottles to prevent the oxidation process.

Argan Oil

Argan oil is extremely rich in fatty acids which regulate the production of sebum thus making your skin hydrated and elastic. Another important property is that it is non comedogenic – meaning it is great for growing a healthy beard as it won’t clog your pores.

Using this oil will leave your beard looking soft and shiny, prevent inflammation, acne, and dandruff, as well as the annoying split hairs which makes your beard look messy. Although it cannot actually cause hairs to grow, it can stimulate their growth with its nutritious elements.

You can use this incredible oil as a daily styling product, or you can make a beard mask out of it a couple of times a month to profoundly hydrate and nourish your under beard skin, enabling you to sport a beautiful beard in every environment.

As you can see, grooming doesn’t need to be a daunting task. All you need is some great natural oil from the abovementioned list, and your skin and beard will be really thankful. Whether you decide to apply the oil straight to your beard, or rather mix it with some other natural ingredients to make a healthy beard mask, the benefits will be visible instantly. As beard is now more than just an accessory and it can even reflect your personality, so make sure that it looks amazing!