Taming The Beast: Beard Oil by The Minies Is a Combination of Oils Best Suitable for Your Beard

Taming The Beast: Beard Oil by The Minies Is a Combination of Oils Best Suitable for Your Beard

Life may not be perfect, but that doesn’t mean your beard can’t be perfect as well! Be it a stubble, a French beard, or a full beard, taming and grooming them can be a very difficult task. There goes a whole load of efforts for an even scruffy look, that women swoon over. But don’t worry, for we have got your back. Brought to you by The Minies is a perfect combination of natural oils, that will help you tame this beast of a beard.

As the grooming habits in males have evolved, there is a definite rise in the market of various oils; namely Almond Oil, Amla Oil, Coconut Oil, Castor Oil, Olive Oil, and many more. The demand for Vitamin E Acetate has risen immensely as well. We will be exploring a few of the above mention ingredients in detail.

Almond Oil

Remember when your grandmother made you eat Almonds regularly? That’s because she knew the best. Yes, the main purpose might have been boosting a healthy brain, but it also had various other benefits. Almond Oilextracted from almonds, is rich in nutrients that promote health and even hair growth. Being lightweight in texture, almond oil also carries biotin which adds fullness and volume when applied to the beard.



Amla Oil

Famously known for stimulating hair growth, Amla Oil prevents hair from premature graying and hair fall. Being rich in Vitamin C, amla oil nourishes the hair, restoring growth. Its competence of cellular regeneration promotes blood circulation, and it soaks the extra oils from the hair, thus getting rid of beard dandruff.

Olive Oil

Being rich in vitamins and antioxidants, Olive Oil relieves the skin from dryness and itchiness underneath the beard. It works to lock and retain the moisture in the beard. Packed with healthy fats, the oil strengthens the hair, fighting all bacterial infections.

Castor Oil

Compilation of nutrients such as fatty acids, vitamins, proteins, and antioxidants. It’s no wonder that Castor Oil works wonders in nourishing and hydrating the beard. It also fights off fungal and bacterial infections. The key point to note about Castor Oil is that it increases the absorption of other oils.

Coconut Oil

Remember all the school days when you had to apply oil regularly, and the most commonly used oil was Coconut Hair Oil! Well, that’s because it is super moisturizing and it soothes the scalp. It works the same way for the beard as well. Packed with the goodness of Omega-3 fatty acids, it is the most perfect oil to treat dryness.

Vitamin E Acetate

The presence of antioxidants is what makes Vitamin E important for beard grooming. Its presence reduces the free radicals in the hair follicles, preventing them from breakage and rough texture. It also nourishes the facial hair, giving it a shine and smooth texture. It forms a barrier, protecting the facial hair from the damages done by the environment.

Why The Minies’ Beard Oil?

Made with a combination of natural ingredients mentioned above, along with oils such as Jojoba, Sunflower, Apricot, Brahmi, Bhringraj, and Gudhal, The Minies’ Beard Oil is free from the nasties of toxin and other harmful chemicals. A good regular massage goes a long way. It not only promotes healthy beard hair, but it nourishes the skin underneath it as well. It is also worth mentioning that the oil is Vegan as well as Cruelty-free.