Beard Brew Citrus (30 ml)
Wooden tables, bicycle chains, and beards - what can they have in common? Since you're reading about beard oil, the answer is probably pretty obvious. Of course, all three need a bit of oil. However, we don't recommend using our beard oil for your bike chain and wood oil is probably better for your table. But your beard will feel great if you use our beard oil. It's made with natural ingredients and leaves your beard soft, moisturised and supple. Natural oils can also relieve skin irritations such as itchiness and irritation. A bottle of good beard oil is a must-have in every beard wearer's bathroom cabinet.
Why beard oil?
- Moisturises the beard.
- Softens the beard.
- Can relieve skin irritation under the beard.
A fresh scent that opens with bright notes of lemon, bergamot and grapefruit and then lands on soft floral accords.
- Jojoba oil – Balances the sebum production in the skin
- Argan oil – Contains Vitamin E and antioxidants.
- Rosehip oil – Strengthens the beard.
Wash your beard and face. Apply a few drops of beard brew into your hands and rub it between your palms. Massage the oil into your beard and skin. Check out our instructional video on how to apply Beard Oil.
Mr Bear recommends
Use Beard Brew or Beard Balm in the evening and style your beard with a Beard Shaper in the morning. This allows the oils to sink in and soften the beard properly while the Beard Shaper keeps the shape of the beard all day. A beard brush with coarser bristles is recommended to distribute the oil.
It is believed that the world's first beard oil was made from sesame seeds in Mesopotamia about 5000 years ago. We launched our beard oil in 2013, it's not quite as old as the 'original' but we dare say it's quite a bit better. The recipe for the beard oil has also remained unchanged since 2013. We always listen to feedback and try to improve our products all the time, but the beard oil and moustache wax recipe has stayed the same since the beginning. If you've tried them, you'll understand why the recipes remain unchanged - they simply work very well.