Daily shaving can cause dry, itchy skin and ingrown hairs. For those with beards, the problem is exacerbated as it tends to be more coarse and the skin beneath has less opportunity to breathe, so needs extra conditioning.
What does beard oil do? Acting as a soothing barrier to protect the skin, our Nourish Bear Oil combines light, luxurious oils of rejuvenating moringa and black seed, tissue healing argan, detoxifying watermelon seed, conditioning coconut and almond, infused with neem extracts and our decadent all-natural fragrance essential oils to combat the issues around dry skin and irritation. .
How does beard oil work - beneath the surface? This supreme blend conditions and heals skin, while leaving unruly beard and brows beautifully manageable with a sublime, lingering scent.
The sublime post-shave and beard oil blend offers therapeutic oils of uplifting lime, sweet blood orange, geranium and accents of bright coriander, expand into a sacred quartet of rose otto, sensual jasmine sambac and celestial davana; with a deeper, mysterious base of earthy sandalwood, patchouli, lotus root and vetiver, subtly accented with the floral musk of precious amberette.
Housed in a chic and simple matt black recycled tube, Nourish Nourish Post-Shave Beard Oil makes a thoughtful gift, if you can bear to part with it.
30ml. Suitable for all types of skin. Free of water, 100% natural
Small-batch hand-crafted in a London atelier to better preserve the nutrient-rich blend; Nourish is offered in a matte black tube and tied with Mauli Bracelet. A gorgeous gift which is sure to become a daily essential.
A little goes a long way, so if applying as a healing, conditioning and scenting aftershave, put 3 drops in the palm of your hands and rub together before massaging onto clean, dry skin. Use immediately after shaving or shower, when the skin is warm and damp. Use on beard and brows to condition, tame and soothe and all over face as a rejuvenating serum. Follow by applying M Pure Fragrance Oil on pulse points.
"The beard has long been regarded as a symbol of dignity and wisdom and indeed when one thinks of a Guru, a beard instantly comes to mind. Perhaps it's something to do with respecting the perfection of creation but given we don't live in isolation on top of a mountain a little grooming is a good thing. This and Grow Strong are my everyday essentials". Bittu Kaushal
Oils of Moringa: One of the most nutrient dense oils in the world, moringa helps diminish fine lines, blemished and scarred skin, revealing soft skin with a vital glow.
Sweet Almond: this light and powerful oil makes an excellent natural emollient that helps plump, hydrate and nourish skin, while diminishing fine lines
With strong antimicrobial properties, Coconut oil protects against infections and its Vitamin E content helps prevent premature ageing.
Blackseed: Prescribed in Ayurveda for its ability to heal skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis and scarring, blackseed further helps delay the onset of fine lines by boosting the skin's production of immune cells.
Argan oil softens fine lines, restores elasticity, improves skin tone and helps protect against harmful pollutants while neutralising the free radicals.
The oil of watermelon seed is rich in fatty acids, omega and linoleic acids, which helps remove excess sebum within the skin to ensure it feels thoroughly cleansed, resulting in fewer breakouts.
A naturally high source of Vitamin E, Neem is an excellent moisturiser that helps restore elasticity, reduce fine lines and diminish ache and scares.
and Therapeutic grade essential oils of Lime, Sandalwood, Patchouli, Geranium Blood Orange, Rose Otto, Coriander, Jasmine Sambac, Davana, Lotus Root, Champac, Ambrette seed and Vetiver. Rosemary Antioxidant. Free from water, alcohol, chemical preservatives, stabilisers or additives.
Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond Oil), Cocos Nucifera (Fracionated Coconut Oil), Moringa Oleifera Seed (Moringa), Natural Parafum, Nigella Sativa (Blackseed Oil), Argania Spinosa (Argan Oil), Citrullus Vulgaris (Watermelon Seed Oil), Melia Azadiracta (Neem), Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary)