Boker Tov (Fresh Start) Beard Oil
$ 32.00 USD
$ 25.00 USD
Boker Tov means 'good morning' in Hebrew and this blend uses lavender (energizes and relaxes at the same time) combined with cedar (think lush forest filled with fragrant trees) and bergamot (really sunny citrus oil) to liven up your beard and your spirit whenever you put in on!
Use Aleph Male Beard Oil to:
- Coat and moisturize each hair of your beard with
super healthy beard ingredients
- Relax your beard
- Make your beard hair more manageable and easy to untangle
- Bring your beard hair into alignment
- Moisturizes the skin underneath your beard
Aleph Male Product Inspiration:
Did you know? According to Jewish spirituality when you wear a beard, you open the gates of blessing. The beard is one of the hallmarks of Jewish sacred masculinity. Thousands of years ago the Hebrew Bible describes how the ancient Israelites would anoint priests and kings with sacred oils. In Psalm133 King David refers to the ‘goodly oil’ that ‘runs down the beard’ of the Aaron the High Priest.
Also, the Aleph (א) is the first letter of the Hebrew alphabet and symbolizes Unity and creativity. An Aleph Male is a man, a mensch, who tunes his spirit to his highest self and Aleph Male beard care is here to tune your beard to a higher level of majesty. Handmade from 100% natural ingredients including oils and beeswax from Eretz Yisrael (the Land of Israel) Aleph Male makes your beard look kingly, feel fresh and soft, and smell amazing.
- 2oz bottle with dropper
- Made to last 1-2 months with daily use
Great beard oil. Holds well, smells great and most importantly, it has SOUL. Highly recommend.
My new favorite beard balm and oil! I also love my Zion Strong Tshirt!
Boker Tov Beard oil Makes my beard shine makes it smooth and it makes me feel good nothing like it in the morning that’s the best thing that you can do in the morning for your beard !
During Covid-19, I started growing out my beard. Previously, I had grown it out for a few weeks at a time, maybe a month or so, but never longer. This time, it kept growing and growing. I soon realized that I had reached a level of beard that required more care than before. I knew the only place to go to get some beard oil was Aleph Male. Annointing my beard has been a pleasurably aromatic, sensual, and surprisingly emotional experience. The aromas of lavender, and especially cedar and bergamot, are of course great. And they have been especially welcome as I wear a mask on my face when I venture out! What I didn't expect was the nice experience of running my slightly slicked hands through the beard to apply the oil, feeling it smooth down beneath them. Emotionally, I found the included passages and verses about the beard in Jewish tradition to be a powerful connection, especially the ones relating to Tanach. Here I was doing something generations of my ancestors did, thousands of years ago - applying oil to my beard! I felt this especially as I applied Aleph Male oil to my beard as the last thing in getting ready for Shabbos.
My beard may not staying this long - it may even get cut soon. But if so, I will miss applying the oil. And I will look forward to growing it out again so I can apply it again soon!