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What Beard Oil Should I Use? Let Us Narrow It Down.

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October 22nd, 2020

What Beard Oil Should I Use? Let Us Narrow It Down.

At Braw Beard, we now have a wide selection of beard oils to choose from. For new customers, it may be a little overwhelming, wondering what beard oil to choose.

We have the Original Series which includes the first 3 beard oils we ever made, Grafter, Lover and Wulver. Secondly, there is also the Black Series which includes the more expensive Arctic Explorer 1813, Grand Eckson 1918 and Jarls Northman 1263. Thirdly, there is also the Anniversary Series which we add to ever October to celebrate another year of Braw Beard. Finally, there are various other options.

First, let me break them down to base oil differences between the Original Series and the rest. After that, I will explain the scent profiles and benefits which should help you narrow down the Braw Beard oil for you.

 

What beard oil uses which base oils

The base oils used in the Original Series – Grafter, Lover and Wulver are
Hempseed oil
Jojoba oil
Vitamin E

As we progressed, we understood the benefits of Argan oil, we added it to future products. Similarly, the rest of the Braw Beard oils use a unique ratio of:
Hempseed oil
Argan oil
Jojoba oil
Vitamin E

 

The benefits of these oils are as follows…

Hempseed oil – contains a vast array of good fats, vitamins and proteins that are beneficial to the body, not just the hair.
It contains omega 3, 6 and 9 fatty acids which are known to stimulate hair growth. The oil promotes blood circulation on the scalp too, it’s easily absorbed by the hair which can help strengthen the hair, reducing breakages.

Jojoba oil – it’s an oil extracted from the seeds of the jojoba plant. It is rich in vitamins and minerals too. This oil is mostly used as a moisturiser which is great for the scalp to reduce dandruff, itchiness and irritation.

Vitamin E – the antioxidants in vitamin E oil have been known to repair damaged hair follicles and hair shafts. It is a deep moisturiser for your hair and skin which reduces dry skin and irritation. Vitamin E oil has been known to protect your hair from the elements too.

Argan oil – is extracted from the kernel found in the argan tree. Known as liquid gold, argan oil helps repair damaged hair and split ends. It is often used as a leave-in conditioner (which our beard oil is anyway) which can help reduce irritation, inflammation, sores and itchiness in the skin below under your facial hair.

 

We use essential oils to build the fragrance of our beard oils. So, what beard oil has which essential oils?

 

Original Series

cedarwood rosewood what beard oil
Grafter

Cedarwood – has a gentle wood scent. It benefits the skin by its sedating ability which relieves itching. Its astringent action is great for acne, oily skin, as well as for hair and dandruff.
Rosewood – has a slightly spicy, floral and sweet smell. It is an excellent oil to use in skincare which has a cell stimulant and tissue regeneration action on the skin which promotes rejuvenation of the hair & skin. It also has aphrodisiac properties.

 

 

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Lover

Lavender – has a light fresh aroma. It is mild and soothing, and can be used for any type of hair. It can improve blood circulation, promote hair growth, and prevent hair loss.
Rose Geranium – It has a sweet and rosy smell with a mint overtone. Geranium is the perfect solution for both dry and oily hair. It can balance the oil in our scalp and hair so that our hair strands are vitalised and look healthy. Rose Geranium can promote hair growth by nourishing and toning our scalp.

 

 

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Wulver

Patchouli – It has a rich musky-sweet, strong spicy and herbaceous smell. Patchouli oil is very effective in sorting out rough, cracked and overly dehydrated skin. Its anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties make it excellent for treating many skin and scalp problems. People with eczema, dandruff and dermatitis can greatly benefit from this essential oil because these problems are often the underlying causes of hair loss.
Marjoram – has a warm, slightly spicy smell. From dandruff to psoriasis this oil can be applied to the scalp to help with scalp ailments and excessive dryness.

 

Heather & Warrior

 

 

ylang sandalwood beard oil
Heather

Ylang ylang – has an exotic, sweet smell. This oil is especially useful for combating scalp dryness due to insufficient sebum production in the skin glands. This often leaves the hair thin and brittle, leading to a drastic reduction in hair volume. It has a stimulating effect on the scalp which promotes more luxurious hair growth.
Sandalwood – has a woody, exotic smell. Sandalwood essential oil softens skin by increasing its ability to retain moisture. It will help get rid of flakes and hydrate dry skin, thereby making it look plump and healthy.

 

 

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Warrior

Patchouli – It has a rich musky-sweet, strong spicy and herbaceous smell. Patchouli oil is very effective in sorting out rough, cracked and overly dehydrated skin. Its anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties make it excellent for treating many skin and scalp problems. People with eczema, dandruff and dermatitis can greatly benefit from this essential oil because these problems are often the underlying causes of hair loss.
Rosewood – has a slightly spicy, floral and sweet smell. It is an excellent oil to use in skincare which has a cell stimulant and tissue regeneration action on the skin which promotes rejuvenation of the hair & skin. It also has aphrodisiac properties.
Ginger – It is a strong smelling oil – spicy, sharp, warm and with a hint of lemon and pepper. Ginger’s active ingredients, gingerol, helps relax blood vessels and thereby improves the circulation of blood. This allows for the improved nourishment of hair follicles, ensuring faster hair growth.

 

 

Black Series

 

ylang peppermint cypress beard oil
Arctic Explorer 1813

Ylang ylang – has an exotic, sweet smell. This oil is especially useful for combating scalp dryness due to insufficient sebum production in the skin glands. This often leaves the hair thin and brittle, leading to a drastic reduction in hair volume. It has a stimulating effect on the scalp which promotes more luxurious hair growth.
Peppermint – has a fresh, sharp, menthol smell. When applied on the skin, it improves blood flow to the area. This property is very useful for rejuvenating hair follicles and promoting hair growth. Its cleansing action opens up clogged pores and encourages normal flow of skin oils, making it ideal for people with dry scalp. It also helps control dandruff associated with dry skin.
Cypress – has a woody, slightly spicy and refreshing masculine smell. Cypress essential oil can increase blood circulation and capillary strength which stimulates hair follicles for optimal hair growth.

 

 

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Grand Eckson 1918

Cypress – has a woody, slightly spicy and refreshing masculine smell. Cypress essential oil can increase blood circulation and capillary strength which stimulates hair follicles for optimal hair growth.
Ylang ylang – has an exotic, sweet smell. This oil is especially useful for combating scalp dryness due to insufficient sebum production in the skin glands. This often leaves the hair thin and brittle, leading to a drastic reduction in hair volume. It has a stimulating effect on the scalp which promotes more luxurious hair growth.
Patchouli – It has a rich musky-sweet, strong spicy and herbaceous smell. Patchouli oil is very effective in sorting out rough, cracked and overly dehydrated skin. Its anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties make it excellent for treating many skin and scalp problems. People with eczema, dandruff and dermatitis can greatly benefit from this essential oil because these problems are often the underlying causes of hair loss.
Ginger – It is a strong smelling oil – spicy, sharp, warm and with a hint of lemon and pepper. Ginger’s active ingredients, gingerol, helps relax blood vessels and thereby improves the circulation of blood. This allows for the improved nourishment of hair follicles, ensuring faster hair growth.

 

 

wood beard oil
Jarls Northman 1263

Scots Pine – has a fresh forest smell. Pine oil is good for treating hair loss and thinning of hair. Zinc, biotin and Vitamin B6 present in pine nut can prevent hair loss. It is also rich sources of proteins and this is good for protecting the hair from damage.
Petitgrain – has a woody and at the same time a florally smell. It helps in relieving the hair and scalp of its oiliness and dryness, making it an excellent hair tonic. Petitgrain oil promotes healthy hair and scalp.
Palmarosa – has a sweet floral, with a hint of rose smell. Palmarosa oil works as a natural conditioner when massaged into your scalp and will help to regulate the oil that your scalp naturally produces, as well as leaving your hair smelling and feeling fresh, as well as adding more volume.

 

Anniversary Series

orange juniper beard oil

Anniversary 18
Orange – this citrus oil is an anti-inflammatory which can have a soothing effect on irritated skin, stopping beard itchiness. It is also a great moisturiser for dry, weak hair.
Juniper – woody, fresh, crisp fragrance which is extracted from berries of the Juniper bush, this oil is known for helping to reduce dry skin, while moisturising hair, which means fighting off dandruff.

 

Lemongrass cornmint beard oil

Anniversary 19
Cornmint – has a fresh, sharp, menthol smell. When applied on the skin, it improves blood flow to the area. This property is very useful for rejuvenating hair follicles and promoting hair growth. Its cleansing action opens up clogged pores and encourages normal flow of skin oils, making it ideal for people with dry scalp. It also helps control dandruff associated with dry skin.
Lemongrass – this citrus scented oil is antibacterial which helps to give the hair follicles a clean environment to grow, contributing to healthy hair.

 

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Anniversary 20
Ginger – It is a strong smelling oil – spicy, sharp, warm and with a hint of lemon and pepper. Ginger’s active ingredients, gingerol, helps relax blood vessels and thereby improves the circulation of blood. This allows for the improved nourishment of hair follicles, ensuring faster hair growth.
Lavender – has a light fresh aroma. It is mild and soothing, and can be used for any type of hair. It can improve blood circulation, promote hair growth, and prevent hair loss.
Rosewood – has a slightly spicy, floral and sweet smell. It is an excellent oil to use in skincare which has a cell stimulant and tissue regeneration action on the skin which promotes rejuvenation of the hair & skin. It also has aphrodisiac properties.

As you can see from above, all the ingredients are chosen for their benefits. Customer reviews of each beard oil can be found on the product pages as a result.

In conclusion, to narrow down the Braw Beard oils by scent profile for you, I’ll list them below.

Wood – Grafter, Jarls Northman 1263.
Sweet – Lover, Heather.
Musk – Wulver.
Earthy – Warrior.
Spicy – Grand Eckson, Anniversary 20.
Mint – Arctic Explorer 1813.
Citrus – Anniversary 18, Anniversary 19.
Unscented – Braw Naturel.

As a result, I hope this article has helped you choose what beard oil is best for you.

Thank you for reading.
JJ
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