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Forty-Fourth Blog  Beard Care

I had a conversation this week with a gentleman that was saying there were no uses of essential oils specifically for men. 

So we talked about NHP (Natural Health Products) that help with pain, allergies, emotions, boosting energy and wound care. 


He however did not spark with interest until we started to talk about a certain DIY.


What DIY caught his attention?

Beard oil!

There are lots of men now making their own essential oil DIYs. 

DIY aftershave, shaving cream, beard and mustache oil. There are even a group of men that are calling themselves BroTerra. BroTerra men got together to support each other and their wives and girlfriends.  Here is one of their favorite DIYs.


Here is another one for you to try. This one has a mix of carrier oils to help with dry skin.

Dry skin Beard oil 
Recipe Ingredients:
3 tsp jojoba oil
3 tsp argan oil
3 tsp evening-primrose oil
3 drops eucalyptus essential oil
2 drops wild orange essential oil
6 drops sandalwood essential oil

Blend Carrier Oils:  Jojoba oil and argan oil to focus on dry skin and healthy hair growth.

Add Essential Oils: After mixing together your base carrier oils, chose eucalyptus, wild orange, and sandalwood for an earthy, woodsy aroma.

Blend Oils Mixture: Push the cap back on your bottle and then shake vigorously to combine. Store away in a drawer or cabinet away from light and heat.
 

Beard Tamer Blend

INGREDIENTS
2 tsp. carrier oil
2 drops Vetiver Essential Oil
1 drop Siberian Fir Essential Oil
1 drop Cedarwood Essential Oil
Small glass jar

DIRECTIONS: In a glass bottle, add the essential oils. 
                        Top it off with 2 teaspoons of any carrier oil you prefer. 

In this recipe, try using jojoba or fractionated coconut oil. Give it a little shake and it’s ready to be used!

Apply as often as needed. 

Hope you enjoy these recipes. Remember most beard oils will last for 6 months. So make a few and be adventurous. Comment below if you have a favorite beard oil recipe to share for others to try. If you have questions feel free to contact me for more information.



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