Collection: Beard Butter

Beard butter is your beard’s new best friend. It’s a styling and conditioning product that keeps your beard looking and feeling great.

It hydrates the hair and skin beneath your beard, softens facial hair, relieves itching, treats dandruff, and gives your beard a lovely soft feel. This article will discuss the top benefits and uses of beard balm.

If you're like most men, you probably love your beard. But what do you do when it becomes dry, itchy, or starts to look a bit scraggly? 

You need beard butter.

What is beard butter primarily used for?

The primary use of beard butter is to help you style your beard and hold it in place. Beard butter is a great styling aid because it provides hold without making your beard feel greasy or heavy.

It also has a variety of other benefits.

Beard butter uses

  • Styling Aid
  • Skin Moisturizer
  • Beard Hair Moisturizer
  • Conditioner
  • Deodorant

Beard butter benefits

  • Relieves Beard Itch
  • Treats Dandruff
  • Promotes Beard Growth
  • Softens Beard Hair

If you're looking for a product that will help you style your beard and keep it healthy, then beard butter is the right choice for you.

It hydrates and conditions your beard while relieving itching and treating dandruff.

What are the best ingredients to look for in beard butter?

The four main ingredients in all-natural beard butter are beeswax, nut butter, carrier oils, and essential oils.

A good quality beard butter uses various ingredients without adding chemicals or fragrances. Chances are, if you can't pronounce it, they aren't natural.

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Common All-Natural Ingredients ✅


  • Yellow Beeswax ✅
  • White Beeswax ✅
  • Absolute Beeswax ✅

Nut Butters

  • Almond Butter ✅
  • Shea Butter ✅
  • Cocoa Butter ✅
  • Coconut Butter ✅
  • Macadamia Butter ✅

Carrier Oils

  • Argan Oil ✅
  • Jojoba Oil ✅
  • Sunflower Oil ✅
  • Avocado Oil ✅
  • Coconut Oil ✅

Essential Oils

  • Peppermint Essential Oil ✅
  • Cedarwood Essential Oil ✅
  • Lavender Essential Oil ✅
  • Rosemary Essential Oil ✅

Common Chemical Additives 🚫

  • Beeswax Substitute 🚫
  • Fragrances 🚫
  • Sulfates 🚫
  • Phthalates 🚫
  • Paraffin 🚫
  • Formaldehyde 🚫

How Does Beard Butter Hold Your Beard In Place While Styling?

One of beard butter's main ingredients is beeswax.

The beeswax helps the beard hold its shape and provides a medium for the other ingredients to be absorbed by the hair. It also helps to protect the beard from the elements.

Because of the abundance of beeswax, using a beard comb for application makes for easy cleanup compared to a beard brush.

How Does Beard Butter Moisturize Your Beard Hair?

When you moisturize your hair, you add hydration and nutrients back into it. The nut butters, castor oils, and beeswax make the perfect trifecta for moisturizing.

Nut butters like shea butter are used to hydrate hair, carrier oils restore hair follicles, and act as natural lubricants to keep hair healthy. 

Waxes seal in moisture by holding the other products close to each hair so they won’t dry out.

How Does Beard Butter Moisturize The Skin Underneath Your Beard?

The skin underneath your beard can often become dry and itchy. Beard balm helps to moisturize this skin and relieve discomfort.

The beeswax in the balm seals in the moisture, and the other ingredients help nourish and protect the skin. Some beard balms also contain essential oils that help to soothe and protect the skin.

The natural butters commonly found in beard balms like shea butter and almond butter have been used to treat skin conditions for thousands of years.

Beard balm is good for your skin because it contains moisturizing ingredients like shea butter, coconut oil, and jojoba oil.

These ingredients help to hydrate and condition the skin beneath your beard. They can also help to relieve itching and prevent dandruff.

How Does Beard Butter Condition Your Beard?

There are many different ways to condition your beard, but the most effective methods are using natural oils which soften the hair. Beard balm contains these oils.

Conditioning your beard is vital for keeping it healthy and looking good. It helps to keep the hair soft, hydrated, and free from split ends.

Conditioning your beard also helps to prevent beardruff and dry skin.

How Does Beard Butter Deodorize Your Beard?

A great way to combat a smelly beard is to use beard balms with essential oils. Essential oils in your beard can help deodorize it and make it smell fresh and clean.

Many men have to choose between beardruff and a smelly beard. The reason for this is that if they don't wash their beard once or twice a day, bacteria can grow from the natural oils produced by the skin, which can smell bad.

Washing too often dries out their skin, causing beard dandruff.

Using beard butter will deodorize the beard and keep skin moisturized. 

How Does Beard Butter Relieve An Itchy Beard?

Beard itch is caused by irritation in the skin underneath your beard. Sometimes these symptoms are worsened by dry skin, dry beard hair, and split ends.

Beard balm contains natural oils like jojoba oil, which hydrates the hair and skin beneath your beard, softens the hair, relieves itching, moisturizes dry skin, and cleanses beards.

How Does Beard Butter Treat Beardruff?

Beard dandruff, or beardruff, is a condition that can cause itching, redness, and flaking of the skin on your face. It is caused by your skin being too dry and producing dead skin cells.

Beard Butter can help treat beardruff (dandruff on your beard) by moisturizing your skin with ingredients like tea tree oil or eucalyptus oil, known for their anti-dandruff properties.

How Does Beard Butter Boost Beard Growth?

Many people believe that beard butter can help to promote beard growth. Beard balm typically contains several beneficial ingredients for the skin and hair, such as jojoba oil, vitamin E, and shea butter.

These ingredients are absorbed to help nourish the skin and hair follicles, promoting beard growth.

How Does Beard Butter Soften your Bead Hair?

Beard balms contain natural oils like jojoba oil, which help create a sealant to keep moisture in. The more hydrated your beard hair is, the softer it will feel. 

Beard balm also helps nourish skin and hair follicles which softens your hair from the inside.

How do beard oil and beard butter differ?

Although beard butter ingredients can contain the same oils as beard oil, the two products are made for two different reasons.

Beard butter is harder than beard oil because it contains wax. The wax is to help style your facial hair and keep it in place.

Beard oils help soften your beard and are best for adding shine.

Both do a great job keeping your skin and beard healthy. 

When you use beard oil instead of butter, you are better hydrating the skin beneath your beard hairs because the oils reach the skin easier.

The thick consistency makes it harder to reach the skin beneath your beard when you apply beard butter.

How Do I Solve All My Beard Issues With Just One Product?

We’ve discussed what beard butter does, how it works and why you need to use this product. But most importantly, we want to know if you have tried our beard butter yet?

Our beard butter is made with natural ingredients and no chemical additives, making it an excellent choice for sensitive skin or allergies.

The best part about using our beard butter- we guarantee you will love it. So try it out today.