We get it. You’re tired of paying $15 to $50 for a small vial of basic beard oil. Or, perhaps you would like to compete with us (and everyone else for that matter) and source some quality recipes for your making your own beard oil. We get that too.

Word to the wise: if you’re looking to start a beard oil business, it might be worth it to rethink that idea. With low barriers to entry, high margins and a lot of hype in the few outliers who have done well in the beard oil business, it’s saturated and cutthroat. Only the straight razor business is more cutthroat. Pitiful pun very much intended!

If you are truly lazy like most of us, however, you just just order some quality prime time beard oil here.

The difficulty level in making your own beard oil lies somewhere between baking bread and cooking a grilled cheese sandwich. It’s really not that hard. Follow the recipe and you’ll be fine.

Before you go thinking that beard oil manufacturers are rocket surgeons or brain scientists, read below and you will likely conclude that it’s simple enough to mix your very own beard oil from scratch.

This guide is intended to be specifically tailored to those who are a big fan of DIY methods. In creating your own beard oil using these techniques and recipes, be aware that creating your own may mean you will have to deal with a larger quantity of oil.

Beard oil has a shelf-life. It does not last forever. So be aware of the eventual expiration date of your beard oil. This will ensure nothing eventually ends up going to waste.

How Much Can I Save By Making My Own Beard Oil?

The answer to that question depends on the following questions:

How much beard oil are you currently consuming or do you intend to consume in the future?If you have a basic medium beard versus a massive hedge, your beard oil consumption will vary widely. If your consumption is large (or if you intended on splitting a bulk order among a few bearded friends) then you might be able to justify a much larger bulk (say 40 ounce or more) order of carrier oil.

Let’s take the following beard oil consumption assumptions into play:

One Month of Beard Growth= 3 to 4 small drops of beard oil

One to Three Months of Beard Growth= 4 to 6 small drops of beard oil

Three to Twelve Months of Beard Growth= 6 to 10 small drops of beard oil

Twelve Months or More of Beard Growth= 10+ small drops of beard oil

If the average beardsman has three months of growth and uses his beard oil once a day–which is not uncommon–then we can expect to use 2,190 small drops (which equates to about 3.5 to 3.7 fluid ounces) of beard oil annually. This could, of course, ebb and flow depending if the beard grows or if we do some maintenance trimming on occasion.

At this rate you are likely going to consume one to two 2.5 ounce bottles of beard oil each year. Each could run you from $12 to $50 (on the extreme high-end). It’s likely your annual beard oil needs are somewhere between $25 and $100.

How much are you currently paying for your beard oil? The pricing of various beard oil brands can range between $10 to $50 for a small couple ounce vial. A price comparison will depend on what you are currently paying.

What brand(s) of carrier and essential oils will you be purchasing? Again, what you save, depends on what you spend. It also depends on volume. There are differences in both quality and price here as well that can significantly change the price of the oil you are purchasing.

Asking a few of these essential questions will allow you to truly compare what you are currently spending with the savings you will obtain from making your own beard oil.

Beard Oil Essentials: Carrier Oil

Beard oil is typically comprised of some type of carrier oil mixed with the right amount and type of essential oils. Here are some of the most common types of carrier oils used in beard oil:

  1. Jojoba Oil
  2. Coconut Oil
  3. Olive Oil
  4. Almond Oil
  5. Avocado Oil
  6. Argan Oil
  7. Moringa Oil
  8. Grapeseed Oil
  9. Moringa Oil
  10. Castor Oil
  11. Apricot Kernel Oil
  12. Black Seed Oil
  13. Babassu Oil
  14. Neem Oil
  15. Primrose Oil
  16. Rosehip Oil
  17. Hemp Seed Oil
  18. Emu Oil
  19. Flaxseed Oil
  20. Wheat Germ Oil
  21. Tamanu Oil

Keep in mind, not all carrier oils are created equal, nor are the best use cases for one oil, the same best use cases for another.

In the end, the carrier oil simply provides the “base” for the various flavored beard oils you might create. It also makes up the majority (by volume) of all the ingredients included in your beard oil.

Perhaps the most common carrier oil used in beard oils is Jojoba. Pure, quality Jojoba oil is a great carrier oil base for creating the best beard oil.

Jojoba Oil is most like the natural oils produced by your skin than perhaps any of the other oils listed above.

But, if you are purchasing Jojoba Oil as your carrier oil of choice for your beard oil recipe, you will want to make sure you purchase cold-pressed Jojoba. Other extraction methods use heat in the processing of the oil which can denature the oil’s best properties.

The same holds true for all the other oils listed above. When you purchase them, make sure they are cold-pressed.

However, nothing is restricting you from sourcing any of the other carrier oils from the list above and doing some of your own experimenting.

In some cases, the carrier oil itself may 1) have its own aroma that distracts from any additional additives (e.g. essential oils) and 2) may break down and become rancid more quickly. I prefer to get an oil that is both neutral in smell and flavor and tends to have a longer shelf life.

You can certainly save some coin by brewing your own beard oil. But, iff you are looking to save money, you will save the most by buying your ingredients in bulk. Volume discounts are great, but just be sure you will be able to use all that carrier and essential oil before the expiration date.

Beard Oil Essentials: Essential Oil

It is true that the carrier oil you use will be doing most of the heavy lifting of moisturizing the beard against scrag, scruff and itch. However, the secondary, and perhaps most important, component of a quality beard oil are essential oils. In recent years, the benefits of essential oils have been greatly oversold by many a multi-level marketer. However, there are a great deal of benefits to essential oils that should not be overlooked.

Essential oils can not only be anti-bacterial in nature, but some can also increase the flow of blood to your beard, creating a better environment for beard growth stimulation. This is not likely to necessarily solve the problems of a patchy beard, but may still prove helpful in promoting additional follicle maturation and growth. Finally, essential oils also provide the great smells many beard oil connoisseurs have become accustomed to.

The mixture of carrier oil and essential oil in varying beard oil recipes can be mixed and matched in any way you like. However, recipes can help you determine which essential oils–and in what ratios and quantities–will make for the very best flavor and aroma combination.

The essential oil list below is provided based on the assumption that your beard oil will contain a top note, a medium note and a base note. We will delve into these later as we discuss various beard oil recipes.

Angelica* Geranium** Parsley**
Anise*** Ginger* Patchouli*
Basil*** Grapefruit*** Palmarosa**
Bay** Helicrysum* Peppermint***
Benzoin* Hyssop** Petitgrain***
Bergamot*** Jasmine** Pine**
Cajuput** Juniper** Ravensara***
Chamomile** Lavandin*** Rose**
Cardamom** Lavender*** Rosemary**
Carrot seed** Lemon*** Rosewood**
Cedarwood* Lemongrass*** Sandalwood*
Cinnamon** Lime*** Spearmint***
Citronella*** Mandarin*** Spikenard*
Clary Sage** Manuka** Tagetes***
Clove** Marjoram** Tangerine***
Coriander** Myrrh* Tea Tree**
Cypress** Myrtle*** Thyme**
Dill** Neroli** Tuberose***
Elemi** Niaouli** Vanilla*
Eucalyptus*** Nutmeg** Vetiver*
Fennel*** Oakmoss* Yarrow**
Frankincense* Orange*** Ylang Ylang*
Galbanum*** Oregano**

* = Base Note
** = Middle Note
***= Top Note

As you can see, the options and combinations are virtually limitless. While it may be tempting to immediately go rogue and start creating your own concoctions, it will be best served to start with some tried and true recipes before branching off on your own.

There are some great options for purchasing samplers that include most of not all of the above listed essential oils which will allow you to run wild on your creativity once you get the hang of some basic recipes.

Choosing a Bottle for Your Beard Oil

Once you have created your beard oil, not just any bottle should do for the storage of your beard oil.

Why? Both the carrier and essential oils that make up your beard oil are sensitive to light and particularly sensitive to the ultraviolet rays put off by the sun. This is one of the reasons you rarely (how about never) see a beard oil container that is perfectly clear. Most are made with blue, amber or tinted bottles.

The other potential features of beard oil bottles to consider are:

  1. Glass vs. Plastic. There are pros and cons to using glass and plastic. Glass has a greater tendency to break (regardless of whether you’re buying or selling), but plastic tends to be a bit more expensive. Also, glass is also less polar, which means it tends to be more friendly on the chemical nature of the oils in the vial. This is one of the reasons you rarely see plastic vials and containers used in chemical labs. It’s always glass.
  2. Dropper vs. Spray. A spray head vs. a dropper head is all a matter of preference. A spray head tends to work better for those with a larger hedge that requires you to spread it out over a big surface area. If you are applying to other body parts, like your testicles for instance, it is advised that you opt for the spray head over the dropper head.

Preferences are typically personal to the beard oil user. Regardless of the type of bottle you intend to purchase, you can usually purchase a minimum order quantity (MOQ) that will not be too large and easily fill a completed batch from your larger carrier and essential oil containers.

The cost for the containers differ by size and type. You can typically get a couple ounce amber glass bottle with a dropper for just over $0.50, always under $1 + shipping of course.

The size of the bottle you purchase will depend on your consumption of the oil. For instance a 4 ounce bottle may last you an entire year. Just be aware of how much volume you might require to fill each bottle you create.

Once you own the bottle, the best news is that it can be reused on your next experimental batch of beard oil.

Just note that before each batch of oil that is placed into your bottles, be sure to sterilize your bottles using boiling water.

When sterilizing the bottles, be sure to remove the rubber from the bottle head as it can be damaged during the boiling and sterilization process.

Bring a pot of water to a rolling boil and place your glass amber bottles (devoid of the rubber heads) in there for several minutes. Take them out with some tongs and set them aside to dry. Once they are dry, you can then replace the rubber heads with the glass shaft.

Beard Oil Recipes

Now that we’ve run through many of the basics of prep and introduction, it’s time to dive right in, but before we do I want to re-emphasize the need for watching your ratios.

Even if you do not have sensitive skin, essential oils, if not properly diluted can burn and irritate your skin. Pay close attention to the recipes here, but be aware that you should test the complete oils on a less sensitive body part like an arm or a leg.

Hercules Beard Oil Recipe 
Get the shiny/soft feel and eliminate dandruff and beard itching with this quality recipe.

  • 9 mLs Olive oil
  • 6 mLs Castor oil
  • 3 mLs Sesame oil
  • 7 mLs Hemp oil
  • 5 small drops Sandalwood essential oil
  • 2 small drops Lavender essential oil
  • 4 small drops Cedarwood essential oil
  • 5 small drops Lemon essential oil
  • 2 small drops Peppermint essential oil

Crafted by skatzoxoiros76

Short and Sweet Beard Oil Recipe 
These flavors mix very nicely to create a great smell that is part man and part sweet.

  • 5 mLs Sweet Almond oil
  • 5 mLs Fractionated Coconut oil
  • 1 drop Tea tree oil
  • 4 small drops Juniper oil
  • 5 small drops Tranquil (Ylang Flower and Ginger Root)
  • 5 small drops Calm (Sandalwood and incense Oil)
  • 2 small drops Copaiba oil
  • 2 small drops Eucalyptus oil
    Crafted by AEsau

Arbor Woods Beard Oil Recipe 
The eucalyptus not only helps relieve minor irritations in the skin, but it also provides the user with a hint of fresh summer foliage.

  • 10 mLs Jojoba Oil
  • 10 mLs Olive Oil
  • 10 small drops Grape Seed Oil
  • 5 small drops Tea Tree Oil
  • 5 small drops Lavendar Oil
  • 3 small drops Eucalyptus Oil
    Crafted by Sellies

Cigar Shop Beard Oil Recipe 
If you want to smell like a humidor, whip up a batch of this stuff and it’ll be like you’re in Havana, Cuba.

  • 1 fluid ounce Almond oil
  • 15 small drops Blue cypress oil
  • 2 small drops Tea tree oil
  • 2 small drops Black pepper oil
  • 3 small drops Peppermimt oil
  • 2 small drops Frankincense oil
  • 1 drop Cinnamon bark oil
    Crafted by Daddymil

Pasar Maluku Beard Oil Recipe 
Tropical flavors with a comforting vibe is exactly what this recipe represents.

  • 1 fluid ounce Jojoba oil
  • 5 fluid ounces Argan oil
  • 5 fluid ounces Oenothera oil
  • 1 drop Clove essential oil
  • 2 small drops Orange essential oil
  • 2 small drops Juniper essential oil
  • 6 small drops Sandalwood essential oil

Crafted by Rense

Mother Earth Beard Oil Recipe 
A complex vibe that provides great earthy tones and an overall simple smell with a not-so-simple recipe.

  • 10 mLs Jojoba Oil
  • 10 mLs Grapeseed Oil
  • 10 mLs Almond Oil
  • 10 mLs V-6 Vegetable Oil Complex
  • 5 small drops Eucalyptus Globulus
  • 5 small drops Idaho Blue Spruce
  • 5 small drops Balsam Fir
  • 5 small drops Tea Tree
  • 5 small drops Northern Lights Black Spruce
  • 5 small drops Lavender
  • 5 small drops Bergamot
  • 5 small drops Cedarwood
  • Crafted by Nightcrawler

Orange Cedar Almond Beard Oil Recipe 
A great-smelling combination of orange, rosemary and tea tree.

  • 20 mLs Sweet almond oil
  • 5 mLs Argan oil
  • 5 mLs Jojoba oil
  • 5 small drops Cedarwood oil
  • 3 small drops Tea tree oil
  • 3 small drops Orange oil
  • 1 drop Rosemary oil
  • Crafted by aranh4

Herb Garden Beard Oil Recipe 
This lively mix of great-aroma fragrances is perfect for an outdoor evening, if you’re into that sort of sissy-ness.

  • 15 mLs Sweet Almond Oil
  • 15 mLs Avocado Oil
  • 10 small drops Oregano Essential Oil
  • 10 small drops Juniper Essential Oil
  • 10 small drops Patchouli Essential Oil
  • 8 small drops Pine Essential Oil
    Crafted by Danny

Sage Grove Beard Oil Recipe 
Sandlewood undertones with overtones of warming sage.

  • 30 mLs Jojoba Oil
  • 6 small drops Sage Essential Oil
  • 2 small drops Lavender Essential Oil
  • 2 small drops Peppermint Essential Oil
  • 3 small drops Sandlewood Essential Oil
    Crafted by Talyon

Cedar Road Beard Oil Recipe 
A great mix for the mountain main who’s into cedarwood

25 mLs Jojoba Oil

  • 5 mLs Grapeseed Oil
  • 8 small drops Cedarwood Essencial Oil
  • 2 small drops Rosemary Essencial Oil
    Crafted by onattus

Hippy Beard Oil Recipe 
Great blend of a unique carrier oil mixed with some of the best flavorful essential oils you can find, including cinnamon.

  • 1 fluid ounce Grapeseed Oil
  • 4 small drops Ylang-ylang
  • 2 small drops Patchouli
  • 1 drop Cinnamon Cassia
    Crafted by luvmuhbeard

Fire Forest Beard Oil Recipe 
Set the forest ablaze with this potent potable.

  • 15 mLs Grapesseed Oil
  • 10 mLs Almond Oil
  • 5 mLs Jojoba Oil
  • 2 small drops Cedarwood Essencial Oil
  • 2 small drops Ylang-Ylang Essencial Oil
  • 1 drop Rosemary Essencial Oil
  • 1 drop Verbena Essencial Oil
    Crafted by onattus

Terra Beard Oil Recipe 
Great earthy tones with a good mixture in the avacado and castor carrier oils.

  • 9 mLs Jojoba Oil
  • 8 mLs Sweet Almond Oil
  • 7 mLs Avacado Oil
  • 6 mLs Castor Oil
  • 8 small drops Patchouli Essential Oil
  • 4 small drops Bergamot Essential Oil
  • 2 small drops Lavender Essential Oil
  • 1 drop Black Pepper Essential Oil
    Crafted by jlc0683

Hobby Shop Beard Oil Recipe 
Takes you back to a somber and quality day at ye ole’ hobby shop.

  • 1 fluid ounce Jojoba oil
  • 0.4 fluid ounces Argan oil
  • 7 small drops Cannabis essential oil
  • 3.5 small drops Coffee essential oil
  • 4 small drops Campfire essential oil
  • 2 small drops Tobacco essential oil

Crafted by Erin10

Zephyr Beard Oil Recipe 
A mellow mix for a calming sensation.

  • 1 fluid ounce Jojoba oil
  • 0.5 fluid ounces Argan oil
  • 1 drop Hemp essential oil
  • 2 small drops Campfire essential oil
  • 2 small drops Tobacco essential oil
  • 2 small drops Bergamot essential oil
  • 1 drop Amber essential oil
  • 1 drop Brazilian coffee essential oil
    Crafted by Erin10

Calming Mint Tangerine Beard Oil Recipe 
Great combination for conditioning the beard with vitamin E and a simple, but light mix of three carrier and three essential oils.

  • 0.5 fluid ounces Almond oil
  • 0.5 fluid ounces Jojoba Oil
  • 0.5 fluid ounces Argon Oil
  • 0.5 fluid ounces Vitamin E Oil
  • 15 small drops Lavender Essential Oil
  • 15 small drops Tangerine Essential Oil
  • 7 small drops Peppermint Essential Oil
    Crafted by Fsalls

The Lemon-Lime Beard Oil Recipe 
Great combination for a good citrus-flavored beard oil.

  • 0.4 fluid ounces Grape-Seed Oil
  • 0.4 fluid ounces Sesame Seed Oil
  • 10 small drops Lemon Essential Oils
  • 10 small drops Lime Essential Oils
    Crafted by MIKAELLEON23

Destiny Beard Oil Recipe 
Keeps the beard hydrated, but also maintains a sustainable scent for hours.

  • 1 fluid ounce Grapeseed Oil
  • 2 small drops Clary Sage
  • 3 small drops Jasmine
    Crafted by luvmuhbeard

This Beard is Rad Beard Oil Recipe 
Nuff said.

  • 1 teaspoon Sage
  • 1 teaspoon Thyme
  • 1 teaspoon Fennel seed whole
  • 250 mLs Grape seed oil
  • 200 mLs Light olive oil
  • 50 mLs Sweet almond oil
  • 200 mLs Jojoba oil
  • 50 mLs Bourbon
  • 2 pieces Cinnamon
  • 1 teaspoon Whole black pepper pods
  • 1 tbsp Chia spice tea
  • 2 pieces Turkish bay leaf
  • 4 pieces Dried ginger (small)
  • 4 small drops Peppermint extract
  • 2 teaspoons Orange peel grated
  • 1 teaspoon Lemon peel grated
    Crafted by Joy

Student Blend Beard Oil Recipe
Great pick-me-up-and-go scent for a morning on the run for the educated scholar.

  • 10 mLs Jojoba Oil
  • 20 mLs Grapeseed Oil
  • 4 small drops Peppermint Oil
  • 6 small drops Rosemary Oil
  • 3 small drops Cinnamon Oil
  • 8 small drops Cedarwood Oil
    Crafted by slugger7

Thieves Beard Oil Recipe 
With the combination of cloves, lemon, rosemary, cinnamon and eucalyptus, this oil really packs a punch. Really, though. Beware.

  • 10 mLs Sweet Almond oil
  • 10 mLs Argan Oil Virgin
  • 3 mLs Thieves Oil
    Crafted by QuayEslan

Beach Beard Oil Recipe 
This recipe is best applied to a damp or moist beard that could really use some healthy conditioning.

  • 7.5 mLs Jojoba oil
  • 5 mLs Argan oil
  • 5 mLs Hemp seed oil
  • 2.5 mLs Walnut oil
  • 2.5 mLs Macadamia nut oil
  • 2.5 mLs Grape Seed oil
  • 2.5 mLs Coconut oil
  • 2.5 mLs Aloe Vera oil
    Crafted by AlchemistLabs

Roses are Red Beard Oil Recipe
With Rose Geranium as the main tone combined with Bergamot this is likely one of the more feminine smelling oils in the collection. The mix of carrier oils is also great for conditioning the beard.

  • 11 mLs Argan Oil
  • 2 small drops Tea Tree Essential Oil
  • 5 small drops Bergamot Essential Oil
  • 12 small drops Rose Geranium Essential Oil
  • 12 mLs Jojoba Oil
  • 12 mLs Sweet Almond Oil
    Crafted by MarcsOnFire

The Calming Beard Oil Recipe 
This is perfect for a nice evening at home, sitting in front of the fire.

  • 8 small drops Lavender
  • 3 small drops Grapefruit
  • 3 small drops Rosemary
  • 1 drop Lemon
  • 0.25 fluid ounces Jojoba Oil
  • 0.25 fluid ounces Argan Oil
  • 0.25 fluid ounces Sweet Almond Oil
  • 0.25 fluid ounces Hemp Seed Oil
    Crafted by firebeard

Morning Forest 2.0 Beard Oil Recipe 
An earthy rich oil that gives the feeling of a walk through the forest on a foggy spring morning.

  • 0.25 fluid ounces Argan oil
  • 0.25 fluid ounces Jojoba oil
  • 0.25 fluid ounces Sweet almond oil
  • 0.25 fluid ounces Hemp seed oil
  • 10 small drops Sandlewood
  • 4 small drops Fir needle
  • 2 small drops Patchouli
  • 2 small drops Lemongrass
    Crafted by firebeard

Sweet Cedar Morning Beard Oil Recipe 
What can we say, it’s easy like Sunday morning

  • 3/4 ounce sweet almond oil
  • 1/8 ounce jojoba oil
  • 1/8 ounce Argan oil
  • 3 small drops sandalwood oil
  • 5 small drops cedarwood oil
  • 3 small drops orange oil
  • 1 drop pine oil
    Crafted by Btkelley777

Winter Wood Beard Oil Recipe 
Great scent for a winter wonderland.

  • 10 mLs Avocado Oil
  • 20 mLs Sweet Almond Oil
  • 3 small drops Cinnamon Oil
  • 6 small drops Cedarwood Oil
    Crafted by slugger7

The Black Forest Beard Oil Recipe 
A mysterious blend not for the faint of heart.

  • 12 mLs Almond Oil
  • 12 mLs Grapesseed Oil
  • 5 mLs Jojoba Oil
  • 5 small drops Cedarwood Essencial Oil
  • 3 small drops Lavender Essencial Oil
  • 2 small drops Rosemary Essencial Oil
    Crafted by onattus

The Dapper Man Beard Oil Recipe 
This particular simple, but classic-scented oil is perfect for almost every occasion.

  • 3 small drops Tea Tree Essential Oil
  • 3 small drops Eucalyptus Essential Oil
  • 1 fluid ounce Sweet Almond Oil

Simplicity Beard Oil Recipe 
The blend of Jojoba and Sweet Almond provides a great simple, but effective oil for both skin and hair all over your body.

  • 25 mLs Jojoba oil
  • 75 mLs Sweet Almond Oil

Simple Man Beard Oil Recipe
This is perhaps one of the simplest recipes possible that provides a nice woodsy smell. Perfect for saving some coin on your beard oil.

  • 1 fluid ounce Grapeseed Oil
  • 3 small drops Texas Cedarwood Essential Oil

Spiced Wood & Mint Beard Oil Recipe
This is a combination of some very unique flavors that mix a sweet earthy tone with a hint of almond.

  • 2 small drops Black Pepper Essential Oil
  • 15 small drops Cypress Essential Oil
  • 3 small drops Peppermint Essential Oil
  • 2 small drops Tea Tree / Melaleuca Essential Oil
  • 0.75 fluid ounces Almond Oil

The Paul Bunyan Blend Beard Oil Recipe 
This combination of patchouli, argan and oakmoss creates an excellent mixture, perfect for the lumber-sexual beardsman.

  • 15 mLs Argan oil
  • 3 small drops Vitamin E oil
  • 3 small drops Patchouli essential oil
  • 3 small drops Oakmoss essential oil

Hairy Woodsman Beard Oil Recipe 
Great woodsy smell that is used best to promote oxygen to the follicle and beard hair growth.

  • 12 mLs Jojoba oil
  • 12 mLs Grapeseed oil
  • 2 mLs Cedarwood essential oil
  • 2 mLs Ylang ylang essential oil
  • 1 mL Rosemary essential oil
  • 1 mL Pine essential oil
    Crafted by Inanna

Holiday Party Beard Oil Recipe 
Bay, nutmeg and vanilla mix to create the perfect oil with a great flavor.

  • 1 tbsp Hemp seed oil
  • 5 small drops Nutmeg essential oil
  • 2 small drops Vanilla absolute essential oil
  • 3 small drops Bay essential oil
  • 0.5 tbsps Jojoba oil
  • 0.5 tbsps Rosehip seed oil

Tropical Citrus Fusion Beard Oil Recipe 
This orange and lime scented recipe is great for that summertime vibe.

  • 25 mLs Sweet Almond Oil
  • 5 mLs Jojoba Oil
  • 2 small drops Lime Essential Oil
  • 3 small drops Sweet Orange Essential Oil

Citrus Forest Beard Oil Recipe
Great citrus mixed with earthy wooden smells. Very classic form of beard oil.

  • 5 mLs Jojoba Oil
  • 5 mLs Coconut Oil
  • 3 small drops Orange Oil
  • 3 small drops Bergamot Oil
  • 3 small drops Tea Tree Oil
    Crafted by Fuzzbald

Soft Lemon Coconut Beard Oil Recipe 
The fruity scents provide a good friendly vibe that is not overpowering while the oil itself conditions very well. This oil is highly recommended.

  • 10 mLs Argan Oil
  • 10 mLs Grapeseed Oil
  • 10 mLs Coconut Oil
  • 2 small drops Frankincense
  • 3 small drops Rosemary
  • 3 small drops Lemon
    Crafted by aranh4

Super Viking Beard Oil Recipe 
This stout mixture is perfect for the village plunderer. It also comes across simple, but has a great recognizable flavor when applied.

  • 1 fluid ounce Grapeseed oil
  • 10 small drops Patchouli oil, clove oil, tea tree oil (each)
    Crafted by jlcasteel

El Yunque Beard Oil Recipe 
You will love the flavor and the simplicity of this quality oil.

  • 1 fluid ounce Jojoba Oil
  • 7 small drops Tea Tree Oil

Crafted by josephdsilber

Arbor Beard Oil Recipe 
Combining Frankincense and Cedar essential oils this recipe provides a manly woodsy smell.

  • 25 mLs Sweet Almond Oil
  • 5 mLs Argan Oil
  • 3 small drops Cedar Oil
  • 3 small drops Frankincense

Subtle Woods With Lime Beard Oil Recipe 
This recipe includes a subtle hint of lime with a deep, largely woody and earthy tone. However, the aroma of both are not overwhelming.

  • 11 mLs Grapeseed Oil
  • 1 drop Vetiver Oil
  • 2 small drops Sandalwood Oil
  • 3 small drops Lime Oil

Spring Wood Beard Oil Recipe

  • 7 mLs Jojoba Oil
  • 3 mLs Grapeseed Oil
  • 3 small drops Patchouli Oil
  • 3 small drops Bergamot Oil
  • 1 drop Juniper Oil
  • 1 drop Pine Oil

Creating Your Own Beard Oil Recipes

Once you get a flavor for how the aromas mix, you can then begin concocting your own recipes and experimenting on those you like best. Let your imagination run wild and be creative. We would love to hear what recipes you are creating in the comments section below.

Happy bearding!


Disclaimer: In reviewing both the processes and the recipes here, you are taking full responsibility for the products you produce. We take no responsibility for any harmful side effects you (or your customers) experience as a result of the recipes, guidelines and input included herein. The ingredients in some of these recipes, including many of the essential oils, can, if given with the wrong concentration cause skin irritation damage. Also, please be aware that not everyone is immune to essential oils and carrier oils. Some users may experience allergic reactions. All ingredients should be treated from that perspective.

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