As founders and original operators of Gents Barber Shop in Queenstown, we know what makes a great beard oil. You can buy our masculine beard oil right here at the bottom of this page, alternatively you can buy them in-store at Gents Barber Shop in Queenstown, alternatively you can buy them from other barber shops and stockists in New Zealand.
Our beard oil is highly nutritious for your beard and your skin, it's easy to apply and it will make your beard look, feel and smell amazing!
Beard oil is a popular alternative to beard balm and should be used daily to nourish your beard.
Handmade in Queenstown, New Zealand
We hand-make all of our beard oils in small batches in Queenstown, New Zealand and we use the finest quality ingredients.
How It's Made
We mix Jojoba oil (Simmondsia chinensis) and Grape seed oil (Vitis vinifera) together, these oils are non-greasy and they're great for your hair and skin. We add Vitamin E which is also great for your skin and naturally preserves the oils.
When all the oils are mixed together we add essential oils and or fragrance to give the beard oil a masculine scent. Finally the oils are poured and sealed. "Voila!"
Essential Oils and Fragrances
Black Cedar and Spiced Whisky are our most popular fragrances. If you're looking for something sweeter and smokier try Opium Smoke. On the other hand if you're looking for something utterly manly choose our latest addition The Tobacconist, it's made with real tobacco essential oil and balanced perfectly with black pepper essential oil. Finally and our most recent beard oil is theSmokey Lavender, lavender is a traditional barber shop ingredient and fragrance due to it's natural healing, soothing and calming properties but this one comes with an added smokey twist!
Tested and Refined in a Barber Shop
Our entire product range is tested and refined at Gents Barber Shop. Testing and refining in a barber shop has enabled us to create the highest quality beard oil that really works.
Our beard oil are supplied in stylish 30ml amber glass dripolator bottles which are recyclable and less harmful to the environment. Amber glass filters the UV light to protect the contents and gives it a longer shelf life.
The recyclable glass beard oil bottles come with Tampertel wadded black caps and fast dripolators. Simply turn the bottle upside down and let the scented beard oil drop in to the palm of your hand in perfectly sized drops every time. Dripolators help to reduce beard oil wastage and provide a cleaner experience.
What Makes Our Beard Oils Different?
Having founded and operated a high-end barber shop we've used the best beard oil products available on the market. In our pursuit of great beard oil we've tested many different carrier oils, essential oils and fragrances. We know which ingredients work best and which fragrance and scents are popular.
Our beard oil has been designed, refined and tested in Gents Barber Shop and handmade in Queenstown. Testing and refining in-house is an essential part of our product design and manufacturing process.
Our beard oil has been designed in consultation with a clinically-trained AromaScience Practitioner to ensure the product is safe for cosmetic use.
Do I Need Beard Oil?
If you have a beard you need beard oil or beard balm. Your beard hair needs conditioning just like the hair on your head.
Does Beard Oil Do Anything?
Beard oil provides much needed nutrition for your facial hair and skin. The Jojoba, grape seed oil and vitamin E works in harmony with your skin, conditioning your facial hair which in turn prevents your beard from drying out and helps to prevent split-ends.
Do You Use Beard Oil and Beard Balm Together?
You can use beard oil and beard balm together, they're usually made using compatible oils, butters and waxes. A small amount of either is used so if you decide to use beard oil and beard balm together remember not to use too much or you'll end up with a an oily/greasy beard!
How Do You Use Beard Oil?
To use beard oil simply hold the bottle upside down, let the oil drip in to the palm of your hand. Rub the beard oil between your palms and fingers. Apply to the skin and beard hair rubbing deeply and finish using a beard comb or brush.