Full of nourishing ingredients like almond oil and vitamin E, Tom Ford's beard oil comes in three of his most popular fragrances. We especially like the Neroli Portofino but the Oud Wood and Tobacco Vanille both have that moreish quality that all good fragrances do.
This conditioning beard product is primarily made from argan and grapeseed oil. It has the required antioxidants to nourish your skin.
It seems like a simple recipe: Jojoba oil, almond oil, and jojoba oil will soften your boar-ish hair. But things get more interesting: The skin is moisturized with extract of seabuckthorn (an orange berry). Pine oil helps to fight fungal infections and prevent beard dandruff. This is quite a potent potion.
No surprise that award-winning barber shop Ruffians also offers an award-winning beard oil. But as well as endowing your facial fuzz with an elegant, citrus smell, Ruffians offering also locks in moisture and protects your skin from sun damage.
Murdock London is the place to go if you want soft, baby-soft skin underneath your beard. Murdock London's brand is known for its ultra-nourishing formula, which contains oils that penetrate beyond the hair follicle and reach the skin. The formula is quick-absorbing so your hair won't look greasy.
Reamirs is twice the size than most beard oils. Lavender oil soothes skin and beard. The oil contains vitamins A, E, and other nutrients to help your mane grow thicker, fuller, and faster.
Okay, so this was originally designed to tame dry and frizzy hair, but, by happy coincidence, it works just as well on your face. Its key ingredient is linoleic acid, which has been proven to aid hair growth and helps to keep the skin beneath your beard healthy.
Baxter of California's beard oils are rich in ingredients that will enrich your hair and leave no residue. The complex is fast-absorbing and softens every strand with no excess grease thanks to avocado oils and vitamin A.
A little sillage is a good thing: While most beard oils have subtle scents, they don’t overwhelm once they’ve absorbed into your hair. This is what's known as "sillage", and you can use a nice scented oil to replace a cologne.
Next to a good beard trimmer, beard oil is an essential for any guy, no matter how long or short his stubble. The best beard oils are overflowing with nourishing ingredients (usually a combination of natural oils). They rapidly absorb into skin and hair, and, depending on the beard, help ground any flyaways. (Some lighter oils don’t tame as well as others—which isn’t necessarily a bad thing if you’ve got a close-cropped beard.)
All of the items on this list will help strengthen your beard. But Billy Jealousy’s beard oil, which is made from sunflower, sweet almond and olive oils along with aloe verde, goes an extra mile. The packaging is positively sinful in every sense.
Tom Ford does fancier. The trio of scents he uses for beard oil are all inspired by his classic fragrances. Oud wood or Neroli Portugalofino might be a good choice.
The best beard oil is an easy sell: if you want to grow a beard, or improve the one you've already got, this is just about the easiest and best-smelling step you could take. Because a great beard starts with the proper products, a little patience to fill those patches, and a little intel on how to shape and style. But what separates the bush-league growers from the big league bushes is elbow grease: That beard is a labor of love, and a daily application of beard oil will keep your scruff looking lush and feeling soft, while moisturizing the skin underneath. Meanwhile, the rookies are growing a glorified Brillo pad on their face and rocking dry, flaky skin underneath.
STMNT's beard oil is made to make a statement. The powerful botanical formula will nourish your hair and give your mustache a healthy look. The fresh citrus scent will draw the right attention.
Oars + Alps offers a unique beard formulation that may convert even those who aren't yet aware of the benefits of argan oils. The brand's carefully-crafted concoction includes a combination of argan and Jojoba to nourish your hair and add a healthy dose grapefruit or vetiver to make your whiskers feel as inviting as you do the rest.
As it 'says on the tin', Baxter's beard oil is fast absorbing and contains avocado oil and vitamin E. What does this mean exactly? That you won't be left with a greasy beard after applying it and that throughout the day it will soften the coarse hairs and keep it from becoming dry.
Scotch Porter's serum, which is light and has a sweet and woody scent, is great for people who hate using products on their beards. This serum contains avocado and jojoba oil oils which will leave your hair shiny without feeling heavy.
It's versatile: You can use your beard oils to moisturize dry skin as a standalone moisturizer, pre-shave oil lubricants, or post-shave nutrition.
If you want your beard to smell so good that people are stopping you in the street to sniff it, Le Labo is the beard oil for you. In addition, it's full of nourishing ingredients for both beard and skin which means, if you apply it regularly, your face will be as healthy as your fuzz.
Jack Black's beard oil contains potent antioxidants to prevent dry skin, and a combination of oils that enhances hair strands. But where it shines is in its ability to add shine to your mustache. It is a carefully formulated formula that will give you shiny locks.
This home-made beard oil combines oils of argan and grape seed with oils of juniper berry and rosemary. Brothers Artisan provides four scented oils for grooming, which can be used to treat and nourish the skin. We particularly love the juniper and Eucalyptus.