Cedar & Sage | Beard Oil

Cedar & Sage | Beard Oil

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Buck Ridge Cedar and Sage Premium Beard Oil combines the woodsy scent of cedar with the mellow scent of sage to create this wonderful outdoorsy blend of essential oils and natural fragrance. All of our premium beard oils contain a blend of Abyssinian, apricot, grapeseed, almond and coconut oils to create a wonderful blend that moisturizes and conditions your beard and skin below plus helps to prevent ingrown hairs.


As with all of our products our beard oils are proudly made in the USA! Our beard oils come in a black glass 2 ounce dropper top bottle to best preserve your beard oil. If your beard oil comes in a blue or clear glass bottle, dump that stuff! The UV light that penetrates those bottles will break down your beard oils and make them less effective. All of our beard oils are made fresh at the time of order.


Instructions: Use daily after washing your face or a shower. Apply to a damp beard but not wet. Drop 2 to 5 drops or more of beard oil into palm. The longer the beard the more drops, shorter, less. Rub oil between palms and then massage into face and then beard. You want to get to the roots and your skin beneath your beard. You may use a beard comb if your beard is very long or tangles easily.


Ingredients: Beard Oil Premium Blend with abyssinian, apricot, grapeseed, almond, and coconut oils with essential oils of cedar and sage with natural fragrance oil.


Sage is a popular garden herb that is used in many culinary dishes but also has magical properties that people have revered for centuries. While sage has been used to promote wisdom and lucking bringing, sage is also looked upon for its protective properties. Sage can be burned for purify the air and expel negative energies, while typically burned, sage itself can be used in other ways to help purify and protect its users and family.


Cedar is a tree and resin that is considered to be one of the most sacred among many cultures, including the Native Americans. When growing up next to the Mescalero Apache reservation, Cedar was and is still used today to clear the house of negative energies and charge the energy for ritual and ceremony traditions. In addition to the cultural uses of cedar, it is also revered for being very protective, invoking Archangel Michael, grounding, clarity and opening the channels for your psychic/intuitive channels.