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Understanding the Benefits of Beard Balms and Beard Oils and How to Start Using Them on Your Beard

Beards are in and are becoming quite the rage these days. The other day I read that Beards are one of the “new hot trends.” Who knew? I have always liked the look of a Beard on a man, but not everyone feels that way. Some say they are ticklish or prickly. The fact is, if that’s the case, it’s probably because the Beard hasn’t been given proper care. Without it, they become dry, brittle and unruly. A soft, healthy Beard takes a little bit of work and luckily enough Adagio Naturals’ Beard Balm and/or Beard Oils can help achieve this.

Like the hair on your head, hair needs a good conditioner to keep it soft and manageable. But not all Beard Balms are created equal. Many have human-made chemicals, preservatives, fragrances and/or colouring; these ingredients will work in the long run actual damage your Beard. They can irritate your skin and those that contain alcohol that can harm your Beard follicle, making your Beard dry and brittle at the ends. This is not the case with Adagio Natural products; you get all-natural ingredients that will condition, soften, repair, and nourish new Beard hair growth. Our Beard Balms and Beard Oils use only the highest quality natural ingredients such as Argan, Jojoba, Almond and Castor Oils, not to mention the copious amounts of Vitamin E. But our secret ingredient that takes our Beard Balms and Oils over the top is our Chaga infused Olive Oil. Chaga is a super-food that's been scientifically proven to provide some of the most fantastic health benefits. You need to check out our earlier blog on the Benefits of Chaga Skin Care Products.

Like Beard Balms, a good Beard Oil will only contain natural ingredients which help your Beard look and feel great. Beard Oils are liquid and are easier to carry around in your gym bag, to the office or school. When choosing a Beard Balm vs a Beard Oil, you need to think of what’s best for you. Beard Balms are waxy and provide additional styling benefits and leave your Beard with a matte-like finish. Men with shorter Beards may wish to go with the Beard Oil which is great for people with itchy Beards. A Beard Oil can permeate your Beard and reach the skin underneath. Both are great, but it comes down to a personal choice what works best for you.

How to Apply Beard Balm and Oil

Overall, it's pretty easy to apply Beard Balm to your face. Start with a freshly washed and dried Beard. Scoop out a dime-sized portion from your tin and place it in the palm of your hands and rub them together. When the Beard Balm is fully melted, you can start to rub it into your Beard. Begin with the root of your Beard follicles and work your way to the tips. The process is slightly quicker for applying Beard Oil, as there is no need to wait for the Balm to melt in the palm of your hand. Just squeeze a little in the palm of your hand a follow the same procedure as with the Beard Balm. Once that is done, a quick comb through will finish it off nicely.

Advantages of Using Chaga in Beard Balm and Beard Oils

Our Chaga Beard Oils and Balm will absorb quickly into your skin and won't leave any Oily residue behind. Chaga also provides many health benefits when used regularly, especially when applied directly on the skin or hair. Chaga is a potent source of antioxidant enzymes that keep your skin nourished and moisturized throughout the day. It also has been reported to contain healthy cell regeneration properties which aid in the repair of damaged tissues (including hair) and can promote anti-inflammation and improves overall circulation of the skin.


Organic Beard Balms and Oils are excellent tools in maintaining a healthy and attractive Beard. Our Chaga-infused Beard Balms an Oils will make your Beard smooth, soft, full and shiny. And you'll smell amazing to boot, with our blends of natural essential oils. Let us help improve your Beard, browse through our selection of organic Beard grooming products to learn more.

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