Why Natural Oils are a MUST for any Beards men?

Why Natural Oils are a MUST for any Beards men?

Why Natural Oils?

Our bountiful planet has provided us with the best ingredients, in their purest form. If you grow a beard and want to keep it strong and healthy, look no further than nature herself. 

For centuries, Arabs have used natural oils for medicinal and cosmetic benefits including hair growth, skin protection and general conditioning. 

Shampoos and conditioners dry out your facial hair and skin resulting in itchiness and irritation. Natural Oils, on the other hand, nourish and protect the hair and skin on your face which is light, thin and sensitive. 

 Why Natural Oils are a MUST for any Beards men?

Diggn’It products are a mixture of natural oils inspired by our Arabian ancestors. The mixture is free of any preservatives or chemical materials and consists of 100% pure natural oils known for their benefits in fostering healthy hair growth and thickness.

How to nourish your beard with natural oils 

For best results, apply natural oils to your beard at least once a day, preferably after a shower when your pores are open and maximum product can be absorbed. Use a liquid dropper to apply 3-5 drops to your beard and hands and then use your hands to distribute evenly throughout your beard. 

Use a Beard Brush for all hair types and a Beard Comb for larger beards that better distribute the product throughout the beard. 

Why Natural Oils are a MUST for any Beards men?Why Natural Oils are a MUST for any Beards men?

Best Natural Oils for Facial Hair

Moroccan Argan Oil

Derived from the fruit of the Argan Tree, argan oil contains high amounts of vitamins A, C, and E, as well as antioxidants, linoleic acid, and omega fatty acids leading to healthier, stronger, and fuller hair. 

Sweet Almond Oil

Rich in magnesium, calcium, and zinc, sweet almond oil promotes healthy hair growth. As a bonus, it also softens skin meaning the skin under your beard will be soft and protected.

Why Natural Oils are a MUST for any Beards men?

Castor Oil

Known for its viscous texture and unique fatty acid composition that encourages the growth and thickening of hair, castor oil is an excellent emollient and skin conditioner. 

Tragacanth Oil

By applying tragacanth oil to your beard or facial hair, you are manufacturing a natural shield that prevents damage and provides volume and thickness.

Black Seed Oil

An essential oil, black seed oil nourishes and strengthens skin, as well as conditions dry and brittle hair. Its nourishing make-up also fights against dandruff, making it a prime oil for dry and brittle beards.

Why Natural Oils are a MUST for any Beards men?

Cedar Oil

Cedar oil is renowned for curbing hair loss and stimulating hair follicles by increasing circulation. It is also a natural pesticide and anti-fungal that can help prevent fungal infections that can impede hair growth.

Wild Hemp Oil

Wild hemp oil contains lipids that condition and soften your beard and also fatty acids that nourish the hair follicles by increasing circulation. 

Cactus Oil

Also known as prickly pear seed oil, cactus oil is indigenous to Morocco. It deters hair breakage as it contains large amounts of linoleic acid, a fatty acid that stimulates healthy cell production.

Why Natural Oils are a MUST for any Beards men?

Olibanum Oil

Also known as frankincense, Oilbanum is another essential oil that moisturizes existing hair follicles to prevent and treat hair loss. It can also be used to treat ingrown hairs. 

Vitamin E Oil

An important nutrient and antioxidant, Vitamin E oil can be applied topically to treat dry, damaged hair, and even reverse damage to the hair shaft. 

Diggn’It aspires to redefine the Arabian corporation. We want beardsmen to view Diggn’It as value creators, premium producers, and quality goods makers. We are deliberate, precise, and pride ourselves in our attention to detail. We work to make Diggn’ It a knowledge hub for our bearded brethren and strive to make a worthwhile, lasting contribution to the culture.

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