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Benefits of a Few Ingredients Two Beards Uses

Why we muse, choose, and use some of the ingredients in our flavors.

Welcome to our first post. And because of this idea we wanted to begin answering why we choose the ingredients we do to make the selections we make. The names of the products follow the ingredients we put in, by the way.

For example, what made us want to make a product such as "Ride My Face"? Well, first we wanted a masculine scent resembling leather. What goes with leather but saddles and bikes. So, naturally we made a comment about ride my face, and well...

The ingredients are what make this a very special product.


Black Seed Oil

commonly known as Black Cumin, is cultivated from a plant in South Asia, and is well known for using in medicines for allergies, inflammation, weight loss, and other health issues.

But for hair or namely the beard, what do we have here:

It is believed that Black Seed Oil is excellent for moisturizing, hydrating, and softening hair. NOTE- this is from many different views on the effects of different results for many different hair conditions, this is not a scientific report by any means. But continuing on with the different results from the many different views on the many different hair styles, we have scalp and skin conditions which have proved favorably as well. Black Seed Oil has antibacterial and anti-fungal properties to help with dry skin, eczema, or even psoriasis.

Jojoba Oil

Jojoba is rich in vitamins and minerals that nourish hair, including vitamin C, B vitamins, vitamin E, copper, and zinc.

Another carrier oil full of vitamins and nutrients to make the beard come alive. But actually, Jojoba is not an oil at all but a combination of liquid wax esters. Known to grab hold of your beard hair and seal in the natural moisture, this works great with other carrier oils that work from within the hair fibers and provide conditioning. Quite honestly a great combo, inside out protection.

Hemp Seed Oil

Hemp seeds are rich in polyunsaturated omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids.

Basically, the addition of the Hemp Seed Oil to this recipe was to help benefit in reducing hair loss and hair health. The first two ingredients were a good base for a Two Beards flavor but we wanted the extra benefit for the beard.

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