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I'm ALL About That Base (Carrier Oils)

I'm ALL About That Base (Carrier Oils)

I don't care what kind of essential oils you mix in your carrier oils, if you aren't using the best Premium Carrier Oils in your mixture, you are throwing away your money!

I spent over a year developing the perfect base for my beard oils. I spent hundreds of dollars researching, mixing, basically "sciencing" the feck out of carrier oils and learning how each one can benefit your beards. I wanted something that was light on your face, quickly absorbed by your skin, but with long lasting effects so you don't have to re-apply during the day. Our base carrier oils are a unique blend of five of the most premium, organic & natural oils I could find and I'll show you below just why they were chosen to make up the BASE of our beard oils.

Hemp Seed Oil:

Okay, first off, Hemp Seed oil is processed from the seeds of the Cannabis plant so there's no THC contained in the oil. It IS packed full of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids which have amazing effects on your skin. Not only does this promote healthy skin cells, nerves and brain function, but it also moisturizes and improves elasticity of your skin. Because psoriasis is a deficiency in omega-6 fatty acids, hemp seed oil is an effective treatment and you can finally say, "buh-bye" to your dry, itchy, skin! 

Coconut Oil:

I use fractionated coconut oil which means I am able to extract only the fatty acids that benefit your skin and hair and put those in my base. Caprylic acid and Capric acid are medium-chain triglycerides mainly used for medical purposes, special diets and are excellent carrier oils for my essentials.This means it has a very, very long shelf life and it has increased stability. The short story - it's an antioxidant and disinfectant that will never go rancid!

Pumpkin Seed Oil:

This oil is deep green in color and mostly called "green gold" in Hungary where it was born. It has even been linked to positive hair growth in men. It's an unsaturated fat which means it's one of the "good fats" your body needs and also promotes healthy hearts. It's also an anti-inflammatory so blemishes and pimples will run and hide. 

Jojoba Oil: 

Unrefined jojoba oil has a slightly nutty smell and a clear golden color. It has an extreme shelf life and an extraordinary resistance to high temperatures. If you put a bottle of pure jojoba oil in the fridge for a bit then go check on it it later, it should all be a solid form like a butter but will go back to a liquid state at room temperature. If you check on the oil and it appears that only a portion of it has solidified then your supplier has "cut" your batch with cheaper oils and sold you a bottle of crap. (The MORE you KNOW!) Jojoba is the closest oil that matches the body's own natural oil (sebum) so it's equally balanced to remove sticky buildup or excess oils on your skin, treat eczema and acne, and soothe dry skin conditions like scaly, rough patches. You can use it anywhere on your body because it is completely natural and contains no chemicals that could cause an allergic reaction.

Apricot Kernel Oil: 

Apricot Kernel Oil has many therapeutic properties which makes it the "Captain" of my base mixture. It's a brilliant moisturizer and an anti-inflammatory. It provides nutrition and support to the skin so that the lines of aging are reduced significantly. It is an anti-bacterial so you can tell those germs to "feck off." It's an anti-septic reducing the risk of infection to open cuts and abrasions. And lastly but not the least, it's an antioxidant that prevents skin from the damages of free radicals.

I mix elixirs for your whiskers, Sir....and I know how to do it well. And I'm just getting started guys. Try my beard oils, beard balms and soaps HERE and see the difference for yourself.

The Captain  

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