How do I make my own beard balm?
- Heating the Mixture. Place 2 ounces of shea butter, 1 ounce of beeswax, and 3 ounces of coconut carrier oil into the vat and place over a very low heat.
- Mixing the Balm. Watch closely as the ingredients begin to melt and blend together.
- Adding Essential Oils.
- Pour Into the Tin.
- Cooling the Balm.
Similarly, it is asked, what's better beard balm or oil?
The short answer is, it depends on your needs. Beard balm is more of a styling pomade while beard oil is what we consider basic beard care, helping to moisturize your beard and the skin underneath.
Also, what can I use if I don't have Beard Oil? Jojoba, argan and grape seed oils are the absolute best oils for this. We recommend applying the oil after your shower and towel dry your beard. Get about 90% of the water out of your beard and really work it under the beard and into the skin.
Also question is, whats the difference between Beard balm and beard butter?
We recommend adding both to your beard care routine, since they each have different uses and benefits. Beard butter is excellent to use at night before bed to deeply hydrate your facial hair and skin. Beard balm is great to use during the day to tame, style and to provide hold.
Can you use baby oil on your beard?
Baby oil, with natural ingredients like coconut and jojoba oil, is good for use on your beard. If you use petroleum oil on your beard, it is high time you consider baby oil consisting of natural ingredients. Just like other beard products, natural ingredients are ideal for different types of skin.