Can you put Beard Oil in a Diffuser?


Can you put Beard Oil in a Diffuser

In this post, we show you how you can alternatively use beard oil in your diffuser, how to go about it and some recommendations of the best beard oils to put in a diffuser.

Oil diffusers are healthy, safe, and affordable and offer relaxation. Each natural oils used in oil diffusers offer different benefits ranging from stress reliever to mosquito repellent among others.

Given that there are some oils that are dangerous and could cause harm if inhaled is it possible to diffuse facial hair oils.

Can you put beard oils in a diffuser? Yes, you can put beard oil in an oil diffuser. The first thing to consider before putting beard oil in a diffuser is the ingredients in that beard oil. Some beard oils could contain ingredients that could be harmful to your health. You must also consider how the ingredients of the beard oil will affect other animals in the house such as dogs when diffused.

Ingredients used in beard oils

There are tons of natural oils used in beard oils for different purposes. Below is a list of the most common essential and carrier oils in some of the most popular beard oils.

  1. Argan oil
  2. Jojoba oil
  3. Tea tree oil
  4. Peppermint oil
  5. Coconut oil
  6. Lavender oil
  7. Citrus oils
  8. Lavender oil
  9. Rosemary oils

Which beard oils should not be diffused when you have pets in the house?

Despite the fact that most natural oils will offer several benefits when diffused. One should always remember that some of these beard oils contain natural oils that can be very harmful to pets such as dogs and cats among others.

You should, therefore, make sure that before diffusing beards oils you are conscious of the people or animals present. You should avoid beard oils that have

Tea tree oil

When well-diluted tea tree oil can be applied topically on your dog and even put into the oil diffuser without harming your dog.

To get the right concentration of tea tree oil to use on your dog you should consider seeking help from your veterinary.

But once you buy a beard oil with tea tree oil, it usually does not include the concentration of tea tree oil in the beard oil.

Which puts you at risk of overdosing your diffuser and affecting the health of your dog or cat.

Beard oils that contain the following natural oils should also be avoided unless you do not have pets in the house.

  • Citrus oils
  • Ylang ylang
  • Cinnamon
  • Pine pennyroyal
  • Sweet birch
  • Wintergreen oil

However, if you do not have pets you can comfortably diffuse beard oils containing those natural oil ingredients.

How many drops of beard oils do you put in a diffuser?

Using a lot of beard oil in the oil diffuser could result in dangerous health concerns. A normal diffuser holds about 100ml of water. Generally, it is recommended you use about 3-5 drops of essential oil per 100ml of water.

You may want to dial that down to between 2-3 drops of beard oil since beard oils come packed with different essential oil.

Which beard oils have the best oils to diffuse?

Beard oils that contain the following oils will create a good option for your oil diffuser if you do not have a pet.

  • Lavender oil
  • Ylang ylang
  • Clary sage
  • Valerian and vetiver.
  • Tea tree oil
  • Citrus oil

Wrap up

Our advice is first to consider the ingredients of the beard oil you intend to diffuse. Then consider everyone who will be sharing the house with you.

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