There is an answer, in my opinion four points are at play:
The value for money ?
The value in respect to quality?
Pure economics, should I buy domestic or import?
Ingredients – do they meet my lifestyle?
In respect to value for money, one has to consider that there is a large variety of Beard oils in the market. Some products are manufactured in a barn, some in labs and some in factories or in people’s bathrooms. The prices fluctuate – some oils are priced at $30CAD some are less. It really depends where, when and what.
The ideal purchase of a best beard grooming oil or best beard oil is in Canadian dollars, domestically and directly from the manufacturer. By choosing this way, you may enjoy discounts, quick delivery, ongoing supply guarantee and enjoying a still very favorable exchange rate to the USD.
The value in respect to quality is the next point to rise: How do I check and verify that the Beard Oil or Beard grooming product are the best deal in respect to this point. The answer is ingredients, but before I can answer this question I need to understand and clear to myself what is the purpose of the beard oil and what ingredients will make it the best beard oil.
Stop itchiness, soften the beard hair, deal with odors, nourish the skin under the beard, disinfect the beard, and nourish the beard.
The ingredients to look for are:
Apricot Oil, Olive Oil, Eucalyptus Oil, Tea Tree Oil
In respect to Economics – clearly, the better deal is to buy domestically, and as local as possible in order to save shipping cost, exchange rates and other trade obstacles that may delay or cause you purchase to be more costly.
It is clear that for Americans looking to purchase Beard Grooming Oil, it is also a better deal to buy in Canada, because of the dollar exchange rate and because of the cheap shipping cost.
In respect to ingredients and lifestyle – a any grooming product, two questions come into mind in respect to life style, are the ingredients organic? Are the ingredients Vegan?
For the buyers who are neither – this is not a concern, but for the ones that care – ask the questions, check labels, read what the ingredients and the sources are and what certification exists in respect to the source of the ingredients.
Posted by The Skin Care Queens, July 28, 2017 Posted in Beard Oil