In the last few years, the number of men with facial hair has grown (pun intended) pretty heavily. In fact, according to Simmons Research, 39% of men in America have facial hair, an increase from five years ago when only 15% of men had facial hair (truly dark times).
With this increase of men with facial hair, so has the number of beard oil producing companies in America. Now, this is not necessarily a bad thing. The more beards in the world, the better.
But with this saturation of the market comes laziness and shortcuts, in the form of bad ingredients. There a lot of beard oil companies out there that uses many non-natural ingredients that either don’t do anything or, worse, harm the hair and skin of those that use it. Here’s just some of the shit other companies put in there beard oils.
Still want to use those other guys? I doubt it. Using beard products that use all-natural ingredients is the only surefire way to keep your beard looking and feeling great. There are a few companies that do this well. Whiskey, Ink, and Lace is one of those companies.
We use all-natural ingredients that have one purpose: to make your beard all it can be. All killer, no filler.
This is our full ingredient list in all of our beard oils.
We take the health of your body and hair very seriously. That’s why we use all-natural ingredients. We don't take the shortcuts that the other guys take because we know you want your beard at it's best.
Guys have never really been comfortable with talking about facial skincare. It’s been traditionally looked down on as “girly” or “feminine” (neither of which are bad things).
But believe me when I tell you, it’s important to take care of your face, guys. Seriously. Taking good care of your skin early on in life can make the wrinkly difference between looking like Jeff Goldblum (65) vs. looking like Bill Murray (67) (I’m sorry, Mr. Murray. I love you)
Can you eat your way to a god-like beard? Probably not. Unfortunately, that’s not how beards work. There’s no magic food that will fix everything.
But your diet does play a pretty strong role in how quickly and healthily your beard develops.