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5 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
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Peppermint Citrus Beard Oil

$29.99 USD
Earn 299.9 Beard Bux

The cooling flavor of Mentha piperita, commonly known as peppermint, has been enjoyed for millennia. In the ancient world it was used to flavor food and drink, clear the mind, soothe the stomach, and even to repel insects. Aristotle believed it was as an aphrodisiac, and Alexander the Great outlawed it for his soldiers because the erotic thoughts it caused fostered disorder in the ranks. We blend peppermint with wintergreen, and then add a mix of lemon, lime, grapefruit, and tangerine to give this scent a cool minty head with a light citrus finish. Try it, and create some disorder of your own.

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Universal Beard Oil:
Our oils come in a 1-ounce blue glass bottle with a pump top. The base is a blend of organic sweet almond, hemp seed, grape seed, jojoba, vitamin E, argan, and avocado oils. We add essential oils to that delicious cocktail to create our blends. Choose the one that is right for you, or contact us to create a bespoke blend just for you.

The purpose of beard oil is to condition and moisturize your beard and skin. Even if you are just getting started on the beard path, using oil can make your beard look and feel better, and help alleviate those early itchy stages. The best time to use it is when your beard is clean, like just after a shower. Gently use a towel to get your beard mostly dry. Pump some oil into your palm—start with a drop about the size of a dime—then rub your hands together to distribute it on both palms.

Once your hands are coated, rub it into your beard. If you are just starting to grow out your beard, a downward stroking motion will get the job done. If it needs a bit more taming, show it who’s boss with a wooden comb or boar’s bristle brush, and you are ready to face the day.

If your beard is longer (growing for 2 months or more), get oil on your fingers and work them through the beard, down to the skin—and don’t forget the moustache. Combing upward with your fingers is a good way to get the oil distributed down to the skin. You may need to add a bit more oil to your hands; let the texture of your beard tell you what it needs. After all this, your beard will definitely need a bit of styling. Break out a fine-toothed comb for the moustache and a boar’s bristle brush or wooden comb for the beard. You’ll find that the oil will make it a lot easier to get it back to ship shape.

3 reviews for Peppermint Citrus Beard Oil

  1. 5 out of 5
    5 out of 5

    The first scent I ever had was the peppermint citrus and it was quite the treat and has become a main staple next to my sink! Keep up the great work Josh!!

  2. 5 out of 5
    5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    I love this scent. Makes my beard and skin feel smooth and it looks shiny. And NOT to forget how it smells. Amazing :-)
    Cheers from Denmark :-)

  3. 5 out of 5
    5 out of 5

    Great wake-up scent. Perfect for first thing in the morning, or to refresh your beard after work. I like it for days when I have to get up early and be mentally sharp right away. You smell the mint first, then the citrus notes come out after it’s been on your beard for a few minutes. Great stuff!

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