More content and words of wisdom from Shawn Burns

When you slop on some beard oil, your beard will start to become a bit more maintained and less tangled.

Therefore, if your beard is feeling a bit scraggly or straw-like, regular application of beard oil will help in making it feel much better.

This regular use of beard oil will also help with the reduction of split-ends occurring.  If you are taking your beard-growing seriously, the reduction of split-ends will be good news as you won’t have to trim your beard nearly as often.

In addition to the feel of your beard, the general appearance of itwill also improve with the introduction of beard oil.

The follicles of your beard will look a bit shinier and healthier.

Learning How To Apply Beard Oil

Applying beard oil is actually a pretty straightforward process.

In fact, you can just put about a dime-sized amount into the palm of your hand and rub it in from the base and work the way to the ends.

I’m Convinced: Now Where Do I Get Beard Oil?

Beard oil has gotten incredibly popular over the past couple of years.  It seems as though every day there are new beard oil manufacturers popping up and selling some excellent quality oils.

If it’s your first-ever time picking up a beard oil, we recommend checking out an online marketplace given their low shipping costs and easy return policy that you may not be able to get if you order from a boutique vendor.

In addition, on Amazon, many of the most popular beard oil company brands do sell their flagship oils on there as well.

If you are looking for a bit of guidance on selecting your very first beard oil, we do recommend that you check out this epic post that we put together on determining what the best beard oil is.

Now as a word of caution, making your own beard oil isn’t for everybody.  In fact, the upfront cost of making your own beard oil will be a bit more than actually buying beard oil off the shelf.  However, just about with anything that you do yourself, the long term savings are going to be much higher than buying the retail beard oil every time (hint: about $5 an ounce for DIY beard oil vs $25 retail beard oil).

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