If you have a beard, you need beard oil. Period, end of story. Beard oil is how you keep a beautiful beard conditioned and whipped into shape. A good beard oil will help keep your beard shiny, silky-soft and under control, prevent beard itch and dandruff, promote growth, and smell great! Just about every man that has tried our cedar and herb infused beard oil gets hooked and can’t find another like it anywhere else. For real, this stuff has been known to be addictive.
UPDATE (April 30, 2020): Back by popular demand! (We are so happy guys are loving this stuff!) We are putting together a small batch of the Western Red Cedar and Herb Beard Oil. There will be only a limited quantity available at this time, so get it while you can!
What Makes Our Western Red Cedar and Herb Infused Beard Oil Different from all the rest?
This small-batch, handcrafted beard oil recipe is a blend of five high-quality base oils including grapeseed, argan, jojoba, avocado, and sweet almond.
But while many beard oil brands stop there, we go on with ours to combine these beard pampering oils with the healing power of responsibly wildcrafted and organically grown herbs from right here in the Pacific Northwest. Western red cedar, horsetail herb, lavender, and rosemary (see the benefits below) – all specifically chosen with a magnificent beard, and your skin, in mind – are slowly infused into the beard conditioning oil which forms the base of this product.
Choose the aromatherapy blend with CEDAR & HERB essential oils, or go ‘NAKED’.
The CEDAR & HERB essential oil blend is our own proprietary combination of quality essential oils including cedarwood, lavender, rosemary, and patchouli. Not at all flowery, this therapeutic essential oil blend has a nicely grounding, woodsy, down-to-earth scent that you are sure to love. Specially blended, not just for the skin and hair benefits, the aromatherapy properties can actually boost your mood, too! …not to mention anyone in your vicinity. Ladies? My guy wears this stuff daily, and I can’t get enough of it.
Here is my man’s review of the Western Red Cedar & Herb infused Beard Oil…
I am not one that uses very many personal care products other than the basics. So when my wife first created some beard oil, it took a little bit to convince me to use it. I decided to give it a shot, in part to make my wife happy (happy wife = happy life) and in part because it smelled really good.
Now I can’t stop using it!
It really is that good. First of all, it smells amazing – earthy and soothing. Secondly, it tames the wildness in my beard. Reduces stray and straggly hairs making my beard more manageable. Not the least of all, it smells really good to my wife. I don’t know about you, but if you’ve ever had a woman come face to face in the ‘kissing zone’ and breathe you in – it’s pretty awesome.
It really is one of those things I never thought I’d try and I likely never would have if it wasn’t for the fact that it was essentially purchased for me. I would recommend this as a gift for any man out there. It may not be at the top of their list, but after trying it, it likely may be there in the future. Just be careful because this stuff is addicting!
Skin, Hair, and Aromatherapy Benefits of our Key Ingredients
For more information about the quality oils we use in our products check out this post: Why is that on the label? Guide to Natural Hair & Skin Care Ingredients: Oils & Butters
- Grapeseed oil – Great for both skin and hair, grapeseed oil is a natural mild astringent packed with vitamin E. It is very light and easily absorbed by the skin. Moisturizing without an oily residue, this scentless oil doesn’t weigh down hair or leave a greasy feel. It is even said to regulate natural oil production, bringing your own oils into balance.
- Argan oil – A popular hair and skincare ingredient due to its antioxidizing effects, it is rich in vitamin E and essential fatty acids, with antiaging properties to keep skin and hair looking great. Excellent daily skin and hair moisturizer that treats split ends and can help with skin conditions including acne.
- Jojoba – Very close in resemblance to our own natural oil, jojoba is protective and emollient yet allows your skin to breathe. It is easily absorbed and great for dry, damaged complexions and hair.
- Sweet almond oil – When used in hair products it may help to strengthen, thicken, protect, add shine, and prevent split ends. Nutrient rich and light, sweet almond oil is suitable for all skin types, making the skin soft and pliable. It is rich in omega 9 and omega 6 fatty acids, and vitamins D & E. In the tradition of ayurvedic medicine, sweet almond oil is said to bring the body back into balance.
- Avocado oil – A favorite for use in all kinds of hair and skincare products, avocado oil is highly penetrating and loaded with vitamins A, D & E, protein, minerals, and amino acids. Avocado oil is known to regenerate cells, aid hair growth, soften skin, moisturize, hydrate, reduce inflammation and itching, relieve burns, and more.
- Western Red Cedar tips (Thuja plicata) – antifungal, anti-viral, promotes immune function through stimulating white blood cell scavenging.
- Lavender buds and essential oil (Lavendula angustifolia) – calms the nerves, relaxing, uplifting effect, mild antidepressant, antiseptic, antifungal, antibacterial, disinfects acne blemishes, stimulates the repair of tissue, heals wounds.
- Horsetail herb (Equisetum arvense) – tissue repair | FOR HAIR/SKIN/NAILS: rich in silica and calcium to strengthen and give life.
- Rosemary leaf and essential oil (Rosmarinus officinalis) – mild and uplifting stimulant, treats inflammation, antiseptic, antidepressant, antioxidant, circulatory tonic, relaxant | FOR SKIN: brings blood to the skin giving a nice glow, antiseptic which helps skin resist infections | FOR HAIR: stimulates growth, activates circulation.
- Cedarwood essential oil (Texas) – used for addressing fatigue, depression, stress and overwork, irritability, and bacterial infections.
- Patchouli essential oil – used for addressing anxiety, fatigue, depression, irritability, bacterial and fungal infections, and dandruff.
This post was first published September 12, 2016
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Disclaimer: This information is for research and educational purposes only and has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Do your research!