Man O War Beard & Stubble Oil - 50ml | Ravensara & Nutmeg by Solander & Banks
Bring the "A team" to your beard with Ravensara, being an analgesic, anti-allergenic, antibacterial, antimicrobial, antidepressant, antifungal, antiseptic, antispasmodic, antiviral, and an aphrodisiac... and add a dash of nutmeg.
How do I apply it? Extract 3-4 drops (for stubble, more as your beard gets longer) of beard oil from the bottle into the palm of your hand. Using the tips of your fingers, dab the oil evenly across the key elements of your beard (not forgetting under your chin). Use the palms of your hand to spread evenly throughout the beard and massage into the pores of the skin.
When do I apply it? Ideally straight after showering when the pores of your skin are open and receptive to a bit of love.
How often should I apply it? When it comes to looking after yourself, in general girls have a routine and guys are a bit random. Men should understand that applying something once isn't going to make any difference. Emulating the female sex and developing a solid daily grooming routine is the key.
What is Sweet Almond Oil? Sweet Almond Oil or simply Almond Oil has been a natural remedy for dry skin conditions like psoriasis and eczema for hundreds if not thousands of years. It has been proven to protect the skin against the harsh effects of the sun and delay the signs of ageing. It is packed with Vitamin A which helps healthy skin cell production. Like Grape Seed Oil, Almond Oil is known to dislodge the dirt and debris that accumulates in the skins pores and hair follicles helping to prevents acne. Its final key property is to soften and smooth the skin.
What is Castor Oil? Castor Oil is a vegetable oil obtained by pressing the beans of the castor oil plant which is indigenous to the Mediterranean, East Africa and India. Castor Oil has been popular in Chinese medicine for centuries. The oil is known to improve the health of your hair by locking in moisture making it look thick and rich. It promotes denser hair growth by boosting circulation to the follicles. Anti inflammatory properties.
What are Essential Oils? Essential Oils are the part of any beard oil blend that makes it smell the way it does. Essential oils are called essential because they contain the "essence of" the fragrance of whatever plant they come from. Their are lots of examples but key beard oil favourites are Citrus, Tea Tree, Ravensara and Sandalwood.
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