Tame and control your man mane. Our beard balm provides more hold and style control than our beard oil, while also providing moisturizing and skin healing benefits.
INGREDIENTS: Beeswax, organic shea butter, organic cocoa butter, sweet almond oil, organic jojoba oil, argan oil.
Organic Beard Balm
What can Jojoba do for my beard and skin?
What can Argan oil do for my beard and skin?
Jojoba oil is actually not an oil, but a liquid wax. It’s a melted type of vegetable wax and is found in the seeds/nuts of jojoba plant, which is an evergreen woody shrub plant that grows in hot areas, such as desert areas of California, Arizona and Mexico.
Jojoba is the only oil that closely resembles human sebum – an oily substance naturally produced by the oil glands below the skin surface. Jojoba is anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial.
Jojoba oil is one of the best oils to deal with dry, damaged hair and other problems, like dandruff, hair loss, etc. Jojoba oil replenishes moisture and works to improve its texture and appearance. It serves the purpose of both hair oil as well as hair conditioner. It moisturizes the whole of the hair follicle and protects it against any damage. It not only conditions your hair, but protects also it from becoming weak and dull.
Jojoba oil on the scalp works to clean the residues of blocked and encrusted sebum leading to reduced hair loss and diminished hair damage. Its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties aid to maintain the scalp clean and healthy. Its bonus property is that it solubilizes messy build up in the hair as well as air borne minute particles.
Jojoba Oil for Hair Growth: Using jojoba oil to stimulate hair growth is an excellent natural home remedy. It’s a known fact that your hair release sebum, a natural oil, to keep your hair hydrated. Sometimes extra sebum is released by the glands that can block the hair follicles. This results into hair damage and hair loss. Quite often the rate of hair growth is also obstructed because of the chocked follicles. Jojoba oil prevents hair loss and hair thinning caused by the blocked hair follicles. Jojoba oil dissolves and opens up these blockades and promotes developments of new hair cells that lead to hair growth. You can use jojoba oil for regular oil massage or rub the jojoba oil onto your scalp to stimulate blood flow to the scalp and encourage hair growth.
Jojoba oil has anti-microbial properties and contains iodine that prevent harmful bacteria growth, which otherwise causes pimples, blackheads, and acne breakouts.
Blocked pores quite often lead to acne and pimple formations, which are common problem with teenagers. Many of the beauty products that claim to treat acne have animal fat, which can make the problem worse. Jojoba oil is non-greasy and has capabilities to kill bacteria, so it works as an effective natural remedy for acne.