- 100% pure natural Ingredients
- Eliminates beard itch and dandruff
- Increase in beard hair growth over time
Every serious bearded guy knows that, even if you don’t get any other beard care product, beard Oil is a must.
They also know that the choice of facial hair oil matters more than anything.
You can’t just get a cheap oil with artificial ingredients.
Well, you can, but only if you want to cause beard rash, dandruff or damage your beard and skin underneath in the process.
Bad ingredients in beard oils cause more problems than they solve.
On the other hand, if you ever searched through the selection of premium facial hair oils, you’ve probably noticed how expensive most of them are.
While you do know that quality costs, you just can’t afford them.
That, or you prefer to make your own beard oil, with the ingredients you’re familiar with.
In both situations, you’re going to love the following guide.
In it, we’ll teach you everything you need to know on how to make your own DIY beard oil at home, from the ingredients you need to the most amazing, genius recipes there exist.
What Are the Benefits of Using a Beard Oil?
The biggest benefit to the DIY oil is that you will lubricate both the hair shaft and the skin on your face, reducing the discomfort that results in painful itching and flaking of the skin.
That flaking looks like dandruff in your beard, and that is something no one wants to see.
Each day that you massage the beard oil into your hair and skin, the facial hair not only becomes softer, it gains strength to grow longer and healthier.
You will notice in a few days that you can brush and comb your hair with fewer tangles, and as the comb glides through the beard, you experience less breakage and tugging.
Your beard will look shinier, and it will encourage other hair to grow long and strong as a result.
Now that you know all about the benefits of beard oil, you might be surprised how many options you have to purchase this product.
One alternative simply gets the ingredients yourself and make as much as you need.
The following DIY recipes take less than ten minutes to make, and you can easily experiment with the ingredients until you find one that works best for you:
The main ingredients in your homemade beard oil recipe will be carrier oils and essential oils.
Carrier oil, like tea tree and coconut oil, “carry” and dilute the essential oils, because if only applying the essential oils is harmful to the skin, causing skin problems like irritations and burns. Both carrier oil and essential oil are the main ingredients in your recipe.
Most commonly used carrier oils are:
- Organic Sweet Almond Oil (best seller)
- Organic Jojoba Oil Cold Pressed
- Organic Argan Oil Cold Pressed
- Extra Virgin Coconut Oil (best seller)
- Organic Grapeseed Oil
Essential oils are components that give your oil the main scent, and extra skin and hair benefits to help you with healthy growth. If you are a fan of unscented beard care products, be sure to read everything about beard oil without a scent.
Essential oils come mainly from roots, peels, berries, and flowers. Every time you make your own homemade oil, try to choose different essential oils scent to find your perfect combination. The essential oil can be subtle or strong, so take that into consideration when making your oil. If you pick a strong one, use coconut oil or some other carrier oil option to dilute it.
Choose your starter pack:
– 64 Essential Oil Pack
– 32 Essential Oil Pack
– 14 Essential Oil Pack
– 6 Essential Oil Pack (best seller)
– The Complete Book of Essential Oils and Aromatherapy (best seller)
DIY Beard Oil Accessories
Before starting to make your own oil, here is a list of items that you will need in the procedure:
5 Most Used DIY Beard Oil Recipes:
1. Black Forest DIY Oil Recipe
For guys who want to smell like they just got done chopping down a few dozen tall trees in the forest, why not mix up your very own black forest beard oil?
This woody and manly scent will put the signal out to the ladies that you are all about the outdoors and you have the beard to prove it. To begin, you will need essential oils and a carrier oil, and about ten minutes of your time.
Start by adding 17 ml of grape seed carrier oil into a 30 ml bottle, then mix in about 10 ml of jojoba carrier oil. Carrier oils, like tea tree or coconut oil for example, create a great base for adding essential ones.
Place in 3 drops of the lavender oil, lemongrass oil, fir needle oil, and 2 drops of eucalyptus (or some other essential oil you prefer). Seal and shake the bottle, and you are ready to oil up your beard and start improving its health.
2. Tropical Scent Recipe
This tropical DIY recipe not only will give you a fresh smelling beard, it eliminates tangles and gives you the control to shape and style your beard any way you like.
The soothing aroma of the tropical beard oil will relax you each time you catch a subtle hint of the ingredients throughout your day. Place 20 ml of
Place 20 ml of jojoba oil and 7 ml of grape seed carrier oils in your 30 ml bottle. Place 3 drops of sandalwood and 6 drops of bergamot into the bottle and seal and shale. You can use some other essential oil if you prefer.
Regardless of where you live, now you will smell and feel like the beach is in your own backyard.
3. Fast and Simple Recipe
Of all the beard oils we will be making, the next one is for guys who have a little time on their hands to be mixing ingredients to improve the quality of their beards.
This recipe is short and sweet and will allow you to get back to manlier tasks when you are done.
Grab your bottle and add carrier oils, just 2 drops of eucalyptus oil, 2 more drops of tea tree oil, and 2 drops of sweet almond oil.
That’s it, you have a simple bare-bones oil that will get deep into the hair and moisturize the beard so that you can manage it more easily.
The combination of the ingredients smells great too, something a little extra for the ladies to enjoy. You can use these ingredients when making your beard balm as well.
4. Soothing & Relaxing Recipe
One of the reasons it is so important to choose soothing ingredients in your beard oil is because of the close proximity of the facial hair to the nose.
During the day, you will get subtle hints of the oil aroma and the more you like the ingredients, the longer you will continue to moisturize the beard and reap all the benefits.
To make this relaxing beard oil, grab your bottle and fill it halfway with carrier oils, more precisely jojoba oil. Next, we will need to add 5 ml of sunflower seed oil, 5 ml of apricot kernel oil, then finally 5 ml of the argan.
Place 5 drops of sandalwood oil in the bottle, close, and shake vigorously. The sandalwood in the oil has a very soothing aroma that you and those close to you will absolutely enjoy. There are some other essential oil options with subtle fragrance if you’re not a fan of sandalwood.
It will whisk you away to that happy place that you go when you want to get away from the craziness of your day. To mix things up each week, swap out the sandalwood for spruce, cedar, or rosemary.
5. Sunshine State of Mind Recipe
Want to smell like you live on the beaches in Florida all year long?
This fun oil for your beard is a breeze to make and will allow you to close your eyes each day and take deep breaths as you drift away to the tropical sounds of ocean waves, margaritas, bikini-clad women, and Jimmy Buffet tunes on the radio.
To prepare this ocean breeze recipe, place 20 ml of sweet almond oil in your 30 ml bottle. Next, add in 5 ml of the carrier oils, which is in this case jojoba oil and shake your mixture.
Next, add in 2 – 3 drops of sweet orange oil, followed by equally the same drops of lime oil. Shake again and you are ready to start making use of your new beard oil.
One of the biggest advantages to DIY beard oil is you can start experimenting with essential oil and end up with another one as you find some you like more than others.
In the end, these oils are going to save you a small fortune compared to buying beard oil from a manufacturer.
The oils take less than ten minutes to make, and you can stretch out these ingredients for a year.
Some of those high-end beard oils run well over $40 per bottle, your cost after you get mixing your own DIY beard oils will be less than $4 per bottle.
Similar DIY Articles:
How To Make Beard Balm At Home (DIY)
How To Make Homemade Beard Wax (DIY with Recipes)
How To Make Beard Shampoo At Home (DIY)
Just remember these simple grooming tips: always use the beard oil after you shower and the hair is still damp. That way, your beard will better absorb the fragrance of essential oil as well.
Massage in the oil all the way down to the skin below, starting at the hair end, working towards the roots and then back again.
In no time, you will notice a complete transformation in the health, the look, and the smell of your beard.
If you want all of these healthy skin and beard growth benefits but can’t get all the ingredients or simply don’t have time to do it, here is everything you need in one bottle:
Beardoholic Premium Beard Oil
Did you try to make your own beard oil? Share your experience with us in the comments bellow.
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