Red, White & Blue
Red, White & Blue
Red, White & Blue
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Vanilla, Strawberry and Blueberry  

1oz Beard Oil 

Sweet Almond Oil, Jojoba Oil, Apricot Oil, Castor Oil, Meadowfoam Seed Oil and Essential Oils

Beard oil is a conditioner used to moisturize and soften beard hair. It's also effective for moisturizing the skin beneath your beard. The best time to apply beard oil is right after you shower. Depending on the length and thickness of your beard, apply the desired about of oil. For a newer beard, apply 3-4 drops. For a beard grown 1-3 months, 4-6 drops and 6-10 drops for a beard grown 6-12 months. If you’ve been growing your beard for over a year, 10 or more drops. You can apply oil anywhere from once, to a few times per day.

Directions: Once you’ve poured the oil, spread evenly on your palms and fingers. Work the oil into your skin and onto your beard. You want to make sure you get the oil in the roots of your beard to help keep it healthy. Distribute the oil evenly in your beard by applying it across and with the grain. Brush your palms along the sides of your beard and then do the same down the front of it. Bring your hands up through the bottom of the beard as you continue to spread your beard oil evenly. Last, but not least, combing your beard makes it easier to distribute beard oil evenly.

2oz Beard Butter

Shea Butter, Mango Butter, Sweet Almond Oil, Jojoba Oil, Apricot Oil, Castor Oil, Meadowfoam Seed Oil, Beeswax and Essential Oils

Beard butter should be applied daily for styling and moisturizing purposes. It is important to note that it is not a replacement for your beard oil which keeps your skin from flaking and itching. The beard butter works great with beard oil to lock in the benefits of the oil.

Directions: Use the back of your nail to scrape up a dime-sized amount of beard butter and rub it between your hands until you feel it melt and soften. Work the butter into your beard starting at your neck, moving your hands upwards toward your chin. Scrape up some more if parts of your beard are still dry. Once the bottom portion of your beard is thoroughly moisturized, work the butter into your sideburns and work your way down. Make sure to massage it into your skin. A beard is only as healthy as the skin it grows from. Use your desired comb or brush to style your beard to your liking. Before you go to bed at night, rinse out your beard with warm water. When you wake up, do it all over again.