The oil of Oudh graces Bedouin tents of sheikhs, temples and royalty. It has been used for centuries as a perfume for beards. Oudh creates an aura that announces sophistication, strength and power.
Due to its rarity, high demand, and the difficulty of harvesting it, oud oil is perhaps the most expensive oil in the world. Its value is estimated as 1.5 times of the value of gold, and it is sometimes referred to as “liquid gold.”
Is your beard long, dry and unruly? Or maybe you’re a bit earlier on in your beard growth journey, but the unbearable itchiness is holding you back from the lumberjack look of your dreams?
No matter how gruff and rugged you think you are, every man needs to moisturize their skin and condition their beard hair on a regular basis.
We’d look like walking tumbleweeds if we didn’t, with dry hairs poking out every which way.
Bead balm offers the perfect solution, not only helping you to grow a gnarly beard but it can be used for so much more.
Beard balm is a great all-in-one beard moisturizer, conditioner and styling aid that is especially helpful for people who want their beards to look thicker. For best results, wash your beard with an all-natural beard soap and apply beard balm when dry. Scrape out a dime sized amount of balm and rub between your palms. Run your fingers through your facial hair, starting from the neck and working up, making sure to rub balm into the skin where your beard grows.
This will help nourish facial hair at the roots. Reverse and run your fingers through your beard in a downward motion from top to bottom, spreading the balm down the hair follicles. Don’t forget your moustache and the hair around your mouth. Brush the balm through your beard.