What are carrier oils for beards?
Below are the most recommended oils (Carrier and Essential) for your beard:
- Jojoba Oil
- Castor Oil
- Avocado Oil
- Sunflower Oil
- Coconut Oil, Fractionated Coconut Oil
- Grapeseed Oil
- Sweet Almond Oil
- Orange Oil
- Lavender Oil
- Tea Tree Oil
- Eucalyptus Oil
- Peppermint Oil
- Frankincense Oil
- Sage Oil
- Patchouli Oil.
How do you dilute essential oils for a beard?
For beard oil, we recommend an essential oil dilution rate of between 1-2%. That means for every 30ml of your carrier oil you’ll need to add between 6 and 12 drops of essential oil.
Is jojoba oil good for beard?
Growing a healthy beard requires proper nourishment. And a nourishing plant oil like jojoba oil(pronounced as ho-ho-ba) helps grow your beard faster and thicker. It is a potent source of nutrients that are required to encourage faster hair growth.
What ingredients should I look for in beard oil?
To summarize the big picture: Beard oil ingredients consist of carrier oil (provides bulk of the moisturizing benefits), essential oils (which are primarily used for scent purposes), and preservatives (natural antioxidants that extend shelf-life and protect the less-stable oils).
How much essential oil do I put in my beard oil?
Two tablespoons of carrier oil is equivalent to 1 liquid ounce. A ratio of 10 drops of essential oil per 1 liquid ounce is commonly considered a safe dilution. You should use fewer drops for some essential oils to avoid irritation.
Is Tea Tree Oil Good for beards?
Tea tree is excellent for hair growth; when applied to your beard or directly to the scalp it stimulates and increases blood flow to that area. This in turn improves the conditions for hair follicles to strengthen and grow.