A few guys are lucky enough to have full, healthy, thick beards with no effort. For the rest of us, there are beard oils. Unfortunately, the best beard oils can go for more than a hundred dollars. That’s why today we’re sharing some of our favorite beard oil alternatives.
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Before we dive into our list of the best smelling beard oils, we’re going to be honest for a moment: We love that beard oil makes your beard look full and healthy, and that it moisturizes your whiskers and the skin underneath those whiskers. That’s all wonderful, and we’re really appreciate that beard oils work
Before we jump into our Striking Viking Vanilla Beard Oil review, we want to express our appreciation for the name “Striking Viking.” It’s pretty brilliant, when you think about it: we use the word “Striking” to describe someone who is attractive or has a noteworthy appearance. That’s great marketing, because after all, who doesn’t want
If you’re picking out a beard oil for the first time, you’ve probably noticed: there are a ridiculous number of beard oils out there. There are literally hundreds of them, and they all look and sound the same, and it can be a hassle to figure out what you need. So, like the beard-heroes we are, we used and
Beard oils are kind of funny: in one sense, they’re really easy to make (our instructions below basically boil down to “mix, and then shake, and then you’re good to go”), but in another sense, they’re surprisingly easy to mess up, because you can add too much of this, or too little of that, and