No.71 Grapefruit Beard Oil.
No.71 Grapefruit Beard Oil is the perfect hit of fresh grapefruit that will get you started off on the right foot in the morning.
With the gorgeous fresh grapefruit vapors, once you have applied No.71 its difficult not to start the day wide awake and ready for action.
Packed with natural goodness in the form of Argan, Coconut, Almond, Hemp Seed Oil and Jojoba, our 7x line is all about maintaining, moisturising and managing your beard.
A medium density beard oil, which is best used on damp hair, preferably as part of your morning routine after a shower or bath, allowing the oil to absorb into hair and skin while the pours are still open.
As with all our beard oil products, May contain nuts, so please seek advice from a Doctor if you have a Nut Allergy.
Not that we should point this out but, please do not ingest.
If you experience any irritation please stop using.
Available in 10ml or 30ml
Is a rich, easily absorbed emollient and excellent for use as an all over daily moisturiser. It is exceptionally rich in Vitamin E and essential fatty acids to help protect from free radicals and helps all dry and damaged skin conditions including dry skin, wrinkles, acne, stretch marks and scars and promotes strong, healthy growth when used on hair and nails.
Contains a number of vitamins: A, B1, B2, B6 and E. Due to Sweet Almond’s properties the oil has a number of natural benefits that are commonly known to nourish and moisturize the skin, and relieve those who suffer from eczema. Vitamin E is one of the most powerful natural antioxidants that naturally combat the emergence of free radicals and other damaging elements in the skin.
Coconut Oil is used as an emollient for skin and hair where it is particularly suited to oily skin. Also believed to help filter harmful rays from the sun and is commonly used to aid tanning.
Hemp Seed Oil
Hemp Seed oil penetrates easily into the skin to replenish oils missing due to sun exposure and poor nutrition. Hemp seeds are rich in protein, polyunsaturated fatty acids, omega 6, omega 3 and insoluble fiber. They are a good source of tocopherols, or Vitamin E antioxidants. They’re packed with minerals such as potassium, magnesium, iron, zinc, calcium, and phosphorus, plus microelements like strontium, thorium, arsenic and chromium.
Cold pressed from jojoba nuts, jojoba oil is a very popular oil, high in natural oils that resemble those found in the skin and able to dissolve into skin oils and help soothe damaged and irritated skin. This makes jojoba particularly suited for use with acne, dry skin and scalp, eczema, psoriasis, inflammation, rheumatism and arthritis.
Grapefruit Essential Oil
WHY SYNTHETIC FREE?
All the Beard Oils in our 7X range are 100% Natural made using only Base Oils and Essential Oils. Well over 90% of all Beard Oils on the market today use synthetic scents to produce their scents. Why do they use synths? One reason, is that is easy to use synthetic scents, as there is no work, testing, sampling or knowledge required to produce the desired scent. They simply purchase a scent and add it to the base oil. Some might mix it with an essential oil, but essentially, synthetic is synthetic! Another reason is that it is cheap. Some of the essential oils we use require vast amounts of the base product to make small amounts of the essential oil, and therefore are expensive, unlike mass produced synthetics used with a wide range of cheap chemicals.
Why we don’t use Synthetics
Synthetic scents can be made up of hundreds of chemicals, many of which have been scientifically proven to cause a variety of effects of the human body. Even though most of these beard oils using synthetics use a very small amount, the whole point of beard oil is to use it on a daily basis to get the best results. So if you are using a beard oil with synths every day that small amount of synthetic is being absorbed into your blood stream, as 60% of what is put on the skin gets absorbed into the blood stream. Do that every day and that small amount of chemical soon starts to build up in your body. For more in depth information take a look at our blog discussing natural vs synthetic