Beard oil and balm can be applied in a variety of ways. Many people use their hands to apply the products, while others may use a brush or comb. Some people prefer to apply the beard oil first, followed by the balm. Others may choose to apply the two products at the same time.
Beard oil and balm can be applied in a variety of ways. Some people prefer to apply the beard oil first, followed by the balm. Utility balm will help add more hydration to your beard.
Do You Put Beard Balm On Before Or After Oil?
The beard balm should be used after the beard oil. Just like with the oil, scoop a small amount of balm into your hand and rub it around. Then massage it into the most unruly parts of your beard. 
How Do You Use Beard Oil And Balm?
A small amount of beard oil or balm can be put in your palm. You can spread it between your fingers and palms. Rub your skin with your beard. 
Do You Need Beard Balm And Oil?
Beard oil and utility balm will keep your beard hydrated. It becomes more dry as hair turns grey and white. Utility balm will help add more hydration to your beard hairs, even though beard oil is important for the skin beneath your beard. 
Can You Use Beard Oil Butter And Balm Together?
Is it possible to use beard oil and beard balm together? We wouldn’t recommend it. Your beard could look greasy if the shea butter from the beard balm and beard oil don’t mix well. 
Do I Use Beard Oil Or Balm First?
Always use oil first if you plan to use balm. Before applying the balm, allow a few minutes for the oil to absorb into the beard. 
When Should You Apply Beard Balm?
After a shower is the best time to apply beard balm. Why? Because this is when your beard is clean and the hair is soft, it’s easier to style and apply balm. 
Can You Apply Beard Balm After Beard Oil?
Run balm should be applied evenly to the beard. You have already gotten under the beard with the oil so use the balm as a finishing coat. 
Frank Harmenstein is the lead editor of the grooming website Cut Throat Straight Razor, and has over 15 years of experience in the industry. He’s personally tested and reviewed over 200 different straight razors, and has written countless articles on the subject.