Argan Spice Oil



Argan Spice Oil
The Argan Spice Beard Oil, Argan Spice Oil Tall 2 OZ
Makes your beard easy to manage: It will soften your beard and make it less coarse, abrasive and easy to groom.

UPC 707129658500


Beard Oil Argan Spice oil, also for Mustache
The Beard Factory Beard Oil Argan Spice Oil Tall 2 OZ
The Beard Factory, Argan Spice Beard Oil, makes your beard easy to manage: It will soften your beard and make it less coarse and abrasive and easy to groom. It keeps your beard looking sleek and well-groomed for a lasting look that makes people wonder how do you keep your beard looking so attractive all the time. It makes your beard look more manageable from the very first use.

CAUTION! Our beard balm may cause great attraction and compliments from the opposite sex.

Ingredients – Made with MOROCCAN EXTRA VIRGIN COLD PRESSED 100% PURE ARGAN OIL (Argania Spinosa), Frankincense (Boswellia Carterii), Myrrh (Commiphora Myrrha), Sunflower Oil (Helianthus Annuus) Orange Oil (Citrus Sinensis). No fillers, additives, parabens or GMOs. Vegan friendly.

Some Beard Tips!
Avoid the urge to shape your beard too soon. You should avoid going near your newly-grown beard with a scissors or beard trimmers until it’s been growing for a minimum of four weeks. Individual hairs grow at a different rate, so some sections of your facial hair may take longer to grow than others. Have patience and wait to see how much you can grow before shaping and trimming. The more hair you have, the easier it is to work with.

Choose a beard style. Once you have allowed nature to run wild and have been growing your beard for 4 to 6 weeks, you can start thinking about what style of beard you wish to adopt. You could leave it as it is – wild, rugged and undeniably masculine. Or you could go for something a little more polished, like a goatee and mustache combo or a refined chin strip or soul patch. Then you have the less common, but nonetheless manly, muttonchops and chin curtains. The choice is yours.

Trim your beard. Once you have decided on a style, you can undertake the delicate process of . If this is your first time, you may want to consider going to a barber to have it done professionally, though finding a barber with any significant experience in handling beards is becoming harder and harder nowadays.