Beard Butter is different than beard balm as a balm contains some type of wax. The benefits of an added wax will aid in style or provide hold to tame your beard. Our beard butter is formulated with Mango Butter and Shea Butter. We took it a step further and added Grape Seed Oil and Safflower Seed Oil for additional benefits. Here is the break down of each element:
Mango Butter is extracted from fruit kernels of mango trees. It is packed with fatty acids, antioxidants, oleic acid, vitamins A, C, and E.
- Mango butter contains emollient properties that makes a great conditioner for your beard and skin.
- Strengthens your beard and reduce skin dryness.
- Prevents hair breakages.
- Softens your beard.
- It will also protect your beard and skin from sun damage. (natural sun screen)
- Mango butter also aids in preventing hair loss.
Shea Butter is a byproduct of shea nuts that are harvested from the vitellaria paradoxa tree in West Africa. Shea butter has many healing properties as well as cosmetic benefits.
- Shea butter is anti-inflammatory and it helps prevent skin irritation and beard bumps.
- High content of fatty acids aid in moisturizing and conditioning your beard.
- Great hydrating properties.
- Prevents split ends and frizz.
- Increase healthy hair shine.
- Softens and strengthens your beard.
Grape Seed Oil is made from the pressing of grape seeds. It is a light odorless oil that is easily absorbed into the skin.
- Packet with Vitamin E that is essential for beard growth
- Proteins and linoleic acid strengthen your beard.
- Lighter oil will not leave your bead greasy.
- Hydrating properties.
- Mild astringent and packed with antioxidants that prevent beard bumps and skin irritation.
Safflower Seed Oil is a thistle-like annual plant and is cultivated for vegetable oil. Safflower Seed oil is made from cold pressing of the seeds into a light color oil. Packed with Omega 3s and fatty acids.
- Prevents hair loss.
- Rich in Vitamin E and is a great moisturizer.
- Antioxidant properties aid in preventing beard bumps and skin irritation.
- Hydrating properties.
- Provide nutrients to hair follicles that aid in beard growth.
How do I use it?
Apply beard butter to a slightly damp beard. Apply small amount to palm and rub to melt. Message into beard and the skin underneath. Comb or brush to style. Beard Butter can also be used with Beard Oil for a complete beard routine. As needs may vary, application can vary but not limited to these suggested practices:
- Beard Butter can be used daily; Apply Beard Oil first then apply Beard Butter for added moisturizing properties.
- Beard Butter can be used daily; Apply Beard Butter every day and use Beard Oil every other day.
- Beard Butter can be used intermittently; Apply Beard Butter every other day. On the days in between, use Beard Oil.
*Beard oil and Beard butter should always be applied to slightly damp beard.