How to Use Beard Oil on a Bald Head

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In this article we’ll cover How To Use Beard Oil On A Bald Head and the Side-Effects of this treatment. We’ll also look at what beard oil is the best choice for you based on your hair and skin type. Let’s get started! You’ll be glad you did. Using beard oil on your head will prevent your bald spots from being as noticeable as the ones you have now.

How To Use Beard Oil On The Bald Head

To apply beard oil to your bald head first spread a small amount on your palms or your fingertips. Never apply this product to your scalp. Gently massage the oil into your bald head using circular motions. Make sure not to use too much or your bald head might end up oily. Follow these simple tips to apply beard oil to your bald head. Here are some useful tips for maintaining your bald head.

Choose a carrier oil with a neutral scent and light texture. You can try different essential oils by mixing five to ten drops with two or three tablespoons of carrier oil. For best results keep your oil out of the sun and at room temperature. You should also try to find a glass bottle that has a dropper top. If you have sensitive skin you should stick to unscented oils.

Benefits Of Beard Oil On The Bald Head

If you’ve ever noticed that your beard isn’t as healthy as it once was you may want to consider applying beard oil to your bald head. Beard oils are made of a mixture of carrier oils and essential oils. Carrier oils do the heavy work of conditioning and moisturizing your beard while essential oils add fragrance and antibacterial benefits. Several carrier oils are commonly used including jojoba oil argan oil and grapeseed oil.

Not all beard oils are created equal however. Some oils contain fragrances that can be harmful to sensitive skin. Make sure you choose one with only natural ingredients to avoid allergic reactions. It’s also best to use a non-comedogenic oil as it won’t clog pores. Essential oils can be confusing as there are hundreds of them available. If you’re sensitive to fragrances look for unscented ones.

Side-Effects Of Beard Oil On bald head

While beard oil may seem like a necessary accessory its side effects can make it not the best choice. In some cases it can even be harmful especially if you have sensitive skin. For this reason it’s best to opt for an unscented version. This way you can avoid having a reaction to the oils. However be sure to read the label carefully before applying the oil on your head.

First wash your head thoroughly with a natural shampoo and pat dry. After this apply three drops of beard oil to your palms and massage it into the scalp using circular motions. You don’t want your bald head to appear shiny so use moderate amounts. But be careful not to apply too much beard oil as that can cause more problems. In addition to being too oily excessive application can cause a shiny head and cause irritation.

What’s the best beard oil for your skin type?

There are many different kinds of beard oils and some are better for you than others. Jojoba argan and grape-seed oils are good choices as they’re the closest to the skin’s natural oil. Jojoba is known to be gentle and argan contains high levels of omega 3 and vitamin E. Argan is also excellent for moisturizing dry damaged hair. Grape-seed oil contains linoleic acid which is thought to minimize the appearance of clogged pores.

One of the most common types of beard itch is caused by the hairs poking through the skin. In addition to the hairs poking the skin it is also possible that your skin doesn’t produce enough sebum to keep them soft and supple. Applying a beard oil will help soothe this issue. Beard oil will also soften the hair and provide extra hydration to your face.

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