What to use, beard oil or beard balm?
There are a few different options when it comes to servicing and keeping a beard looking it's best. Most turn to either a beard balm or a beard oil and there's benefits to each.
Both beard oil and beard balm are used to nourish and condition the beard and the skin beneath it. There are, however, some significant differences between the two products that make them better suited for different purposes and beard types.
Beard oil is a liquid product that is typically made from a combination of carrier oils and essential oils, such as jojoba oil and argan oil. It is lightweight and easily absorbed by the beard and skin, making it ideal for beard moisturizing and conditioning. Beard oil can soften the beard, reduce beardruff (beard dandruff), and tame flyaways. It is also frequently used to give the beard a subtle scent.
Beard balm, on the other hand, is a thicker, wax-like product composed of carrier oils, beeswax, and butter. It's intended to provide a little more hold and control than beard oil, and it's great for shaping and styling the beard. Beard balm can be used to tame flyaways and unruly beard hairs, as well as to add some light hold to beard styles that require more control.
When deciding which product to use, take into account your beard type and the style you want to achieve. Beard oil is a good option if you have a shorter beard or a beard style that doesn't require much control. It will keep your beard moisturized and condition without weighing it down or making it look greasy.
Beard balm is a better option if you have a longer beard or a beard style that requires more control. It will help to tame flyaways and give your beard some hold while also moisturizing and conditioning it. It's also a good choice for men with coarser, thicker beard hair because it gives them more control and manageability.
Overall, beard oil and beard balm can be beneficial products for men who have beards. The key is to select the appropriate product for your beard type and desired style. Experiment with both products to determine which one works best for you.
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