Grooming Tips



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Beard Balm

A balm for beard is a buttery product that you use to moisturise and tame your beard while giving it slight hold, which makes it easier to style your facial hair.

Up to three months since you’ve started growing your beard, there is no need to apply facial hair balm because in that time your facial hair is not too long, and it doesn’t require any styling.

Of course, this does not imply that you shouldn’t do anything for your beard in the first three months.

On the contrary, if you are serious about beard growing, you will start taking care of it since the first day.

Beard oil is more than enough in that period to help you deal with beard itch or dryness that come in the first months of beard growth.

The essential ingredient is the beeswax. Advantages of beeswax include:

Moisturizing Components—Beeswax locks in moisture and can help keep the skin firm and plump. The anti-allergenic and anti-inflammatory properties soothe easily irritated skin, making it one of the best skin care ingredients for healing rosacea or eczema. There are also trace amounts of vitamin A.

Ability to Protect from Irritants—Beeswax can also act as a layer of protection when applied to the skin. It can protect skin from environmental irritants and extreme weather.

Promotion of Hair Growth—Beeswax not only moisturizes and soothes hair, but it can keep moisture from getting out of the hair. It also stimulates hair growth and reduces hair loss.

The wax is what gives balm the hold it needs, and it will supply the hair with essential nutrients.

The cocoa butter smells pleasant and has essential antioxidants and vitamins.

The shea butter has anti-inflammatory qualities, reducing both rashes and itchiness. This butter gives a balm its spreading texture, allowing the balm to melt in your hands.

Beard Oil

Just like the mop on top of your head needs to be taken care of, so does the mop on the lower half of your face. This involves regular shampooing, trimming, combing…and an oft-forgotten step: oiling. Beard oil offers a variety of benefits for an unshaven man: it moisturises the often dry skin underneath, it tames beard frazzle, and it just smells nice. We combine carrier oils and essential oils to achieve the right balance for your skin and beard.

Carrier Oils and there benefits:

Jojoba – is similar to your natural human oils and is easily absorbed by your skin. Including vitamin E, vitamin B complex, silicon, chromium, copper and zinc. It is very high in iodine, which gives jojoba oil its power to heal.

Argan – It's packed with omega fatty acids, vitamin E, and linoleic acids, all of which work to lightly moisturize your skin, soften dry patches, and even reduce acne. Other benefits:

Cicatrizant – It is a good wound healer

Anti-aging – Applying argan oil regularly on the skin can help to keep skin strong and healthy

Antioxidant – It is a good antioxidant and reduces free radical damage both externally and internally

Almond oil – keeps inflammation at bay, which particularly helps prevent in-grown hairs. Other benefits:

Emollient - meaning it helps prevent water loss from the skin and is good moisturiser

Antioxident - packed with vitamin E making it great as an antiooxicant

Essential oils and there benefits:

Tea Tree Oil -  antiviral, anti-inflammatory and exhibits anti-cancer activity. Anti-bacterial, treats gingivitis, heals mild to moderate dandruff. Extends the shelf life of the beard oil.

Sandalwood Oil - Bright, Clean, And Flawless Skin. Cures Skin Infections And Itching. Prevents Skin Aging. Anti-inflammatory.

Cardamon Oil - antibacterial and antioxidant properties. Helps treat skin allergies and improves skin complexion. It can also be used as a tool to cleanse the skin. Can contribute to improved hair growth nourishes the hair follicles and enhances hair strength.

Bergamot Oil - promotes Hair Growth. Revives the hair bulbs to encourage hair growth. Bergamot's natural stimulants direct blood flow to the scalp, ensuring proper delivery of oxygen and nutrients to the hair follicles. Added property of helping to balance oily skin.

Mandarin Oil - is very mild and known for many healing properties. For instance, mandarin essential oil is useful in helping to reduce acne, brighten the skin, alleviate insomnia, reduce oily skin, diminish the appearance of scars and age spots and minimize stress and wrinkles.

Lemon Grass Oil - It is a natural astringent which reduces excess oily skin. Anti-fungal properties. Skin toner.

Cypress Oil - The antiseptic content of cypress essential oil helps to keep the hair clean. It prevents bacterial infection and dandruff too. It improves blood flow, which stimulates good hair growth.

Cederwood Oil - improve inflammatory skin conditions like eczema. promote hair growth. Soothe dry skin.