Your Beard Isn't Growing Because of This...

May 08 , 2021

Your Beard Isn't Growing Because of This...

So, you have a beard? that's a badge of accomplishment for sure. We all know men who covet the ability to grow a full and luscious beard. They spend their days lamenting about all of the potential women and self-esteem they may have...if only (dramatic pause) they could grow a beard (insert empathetic hand on shoulder). Iconic figures such as Rick Ross, James Harden, Drake and Lebron James make it increasingly difficult to justify a bald face. Gentlemen bearded and baby faced alike, if your goal is to grow and/or maintain a healthy beard; Her Oil Love Cosmetics has the solution for you. 

The King's Blend Beard oil was formulated with you in mind, each oil was carefully chosen for their luxurious, moisturizing, growth stimulating, skin loving, free radical abolishing properties. You will not be disappointed. Don't waste time and energy buying beard oil that won't even penetrate your hair follicles. Try the Lavender + Hemp shampoo bar to cleanse & The King's Blend Beard Oil to seal in moisture and promote growth! 

Let's talk ingredients!:

Hemp Seed Oil:

Hemp seed oil strengthens hair, stimulates hair growth and successfully locks in moisture. Hemp seed oil is rich in Omega 3, 6, and 9 fatty acids which aid in thickening and strengthening. Massaging this oil onto your scalp and beard will help increase circulation which in turn...you guessed it! stimulates hair growth. 

Calendula Oil:

This oil is used to hydrate dry scalps, remove dandruff, and improve scalp condition, the same can be said for the skin underneath your beard! With its regenerative properties it helps the hair follicles grow exponentially allowing for a thicker mane or in this case beard, and the antioxidants help protect the hair and scalp against cell-damaging free radicals. 

Evening Primrose Oil:

Evening primrose oil historically was reserved for King's and Queen's as a "cure-all" oil. It is packed full of Gamma-linoleic Acid which is helps with inflammation as it relates to eczema. It is high in Vitamin E which helps reduces the negative effects of oxidative stress such as excessive heat. Evening primrose also promotes healthy hair by softening it without leaving a greasy or sticky feeling, it's non-comedogenic (doesn't clog pores) and therefore is safe for use on acne prone skin.

Baobab Oil:

Baobab oil is rich in omega-3, 6 and 9 fatty acid like Calendula, Hemp seed and Evening Primrose Oil which means it's great for your hair! When used alone Baobab oil will help moisturize dry hair and strengthen weak, brittle hair, which means included in this powerful beard oil blend it is an amazing treatment for your beard health and growth. In addition to hair growth it is safe for sensitive, acne, eczema and psoriasis prone skin. Baobab Oil is non-greasy and has anti-inflammatory properties. 

Tomato Seed Oil:

Tomato seed oil contains important vitamins like A, B, C and E which are excellent stimulants for healthy hair. These vitamins help prevent hair loss, give your hair a natural shine and help treat odor so if you're an athlete or do laborious work this oil will help prevent excessive odor until you can get home and wash up! Eczema, dandruff, itchy scalp and redness can all attack you face when you're growing out your beard! protect yourself with this formula! Tomato seed oil is safe for use on sensitive and acne prone skin.

Emu Oil:

Boston University School of Medicine study led by Professor Michael Hollick, M.D., Ph.D., found that treating the scalp with emu oil resulted in 20% increase in hair growth, compared to treatments with corn oil (Stay, 2019).

An English study, indicated that there was an average of 8% per month and 48% over six months of hair regrowth with emu oil. The participants were told to apply emu oil on their scalp and to leave it on for at 30 minutes before rinsing. Hair growth became evident after following these instructions for 30 - 90 days (Stay,2019). 

 

We hope you've learned something new! and will give this oil a try! Buy one for yourself or as a gift!

 

References:

https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/hemp-oil-for-hair

https://www.medicomundial.com/news/5-benefits-hemp-seed-oil-hair-and-scalp/

https://lusetabeauty.com/blogs/hairgoals-90/how-to-revive-your-hair-and-scalp-with-hemp-oil#:~:text=HEMP%20OIL%20STIMULATES%20HAIR%20GROWTH&text=Rich%20in%20omega%203%2C%206,which%20may%20improve%20hair%20growth.

https://www.cleure.com/blogs/blog/how-emu-oil-helps-with-hair-growth-separating-fact-from-fiction

https://www.bebeautiful.in/lifestyle/health-and-fitness/how-eating-tomatoes-boosts-skin-hair-and-body-health

https://www.healthline.com/health/baobab-oil#hair-and-scalp

https://lovingkinkycurls.com/benefits-of-baobab-oil-on-4c-hair/

https://www.newdirectionsaromatics.com/blog/products/all-about-evening-primrose-oil.html

https://www.healthline.com/health/evening-primrose-oil-hair-loss#side-effects-and-risks

https://www.naturallycurly.com/curlreading/home/this-is-what-your-scalp-craves-dont-deprive-it#:~:text=Calendula%20oil%20is%20often%20used,against%20cell%2Ddamaging%20free%20radicals.

 

Regina Whitley