Beard oil can be used with beards of any length and is a great way to add extra conditioning and moisturizing power to both beard and skin.
While our Brawn beard balm contains conditioning oils such as argan oil and jojoba oil, our Boss beard oil turns the amp up to 11.
Boss is chock full of not just argan and jojoba oil but also evening primrose oil, a specialty oil that is loaded with linoleic acid — one of the best hair conditioners on the planet.
We don’t use cheaper “filler” oils in our beard oil or cut any corners.
How to Use Beard Oil
Beard oil works best when applied to a damp (but not soaking wet), clean beard.
We recommend using Boss right after showering. Towel dry your beard and then squeeze some oil into the palm of one hand.
Start with a small amount, as it’s much easier to add more as needed than to try to remove too much oil.
Each beard is different so you’ll need to experiment with your beard grooming routine to find the right amount to use for your beard.
Beard oil can seem a bit heavy when you first use it, so you may decide to use it every other day, etc.
Many men simply use their fingers to work the oil into their beard, although you can also first apply it to a brush or beard comb and use that to work it into your beard.
Boss works as a beard softener and beard conditioner. That’s true of the best beard oil products — be wary of those that promote themselves as a magic beard growth oil.