Beards are one of the most masculine and dominant part of a man’s appearance.  Even though it has been known to be the most eye-catching part of a man, it’s not just for show. Beards have been proven to possess many medical benefits as well. Research has shown that almost 95% of UV rays from the sun are blocked by the beards, as well as filtering all the dust particles to reduce asthma and allergy symptoms. So the thicker the beard, the better. Which goes to say that beards need love too.

The association between Islam and beard goes back to the Prophet Muhammad "peace be upon him" and beard has been said to be a part of the natural order. It not only supports their faith it also promotes brotherhood in the real world. Especially with their Eid coming up, it is a time when Muslims come together as one and set all their differences aside.

Eid-ul-Fitr and Eid-ul-Adha are important religious holidays celebrated by Muslims worldwide. Eid-ul-Fitr marks the end of Ramadan, the Islamic holy month of fasting and Eid-ul-Adha  honors the willingness of Ibrahim (Abraham) to sacrifice his son, as an act of submission to God's command. These are the days when the Islamic community breaks into colorful celebrations, throwing food festivals, and spending time and exchanging gifts with friends and family.

And what better gift to give to a Muslim man than a little love for the beard they hold so dear.

Beard oils have been all the hype recently, the new talk of the town. Since beards never go out of fashion, beard oil is one of the key essential any beardsman can own. Its awesome blend of carrier and essential oils, beard oil makes the beard go from looking just “meh” to unbelievably good. From beardruff (dandruff in beard) to the beard itch, the benefits are far and wide. Their hype is mainly contributed to how these oils are all natural and have great hydrating abilities for the hair follicles and the skin.

So for all the people out their thinking of what to give to their Muslim brothers, better-halves or friends in general, for Eid, beard oils are the answer. They’re the power-pack: they complement their religion, they’re a big help for those who wish to grow a bigger, better and a stronger beard, and they help with the women too. What more can a man wish for?

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