Our Sukkot Blend is inspired by the fragrances of the Jewish holiday of Sukkot. Sukkot is a harvest festival associated with nature, joy, and faith. Scent Profile: Lemon, Lemongrass, Myrtle (Hadas) and Mint essential oils.
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
Ingredients: Olive Oil (sourced in Israel), Almond Oil (sourced in Israel), Vitamin-E Oil, as well as Lemon, Lemongrass, Myrtle and Mint essential oils.
The smell is great. The luster is awesome. I use it liberally to anoint my long, wiry beard to keep it healthy and tame (along with my Aleph Male beard balm). And I love knowing it comes from the Holy Land of Israel.
Great as always.
My favorite blend!
Taming and soothing to a new beard
I recently grew a beard after 25+ years since my first one. The Aleph Male beard oil not only kept my wiry old beard together, it also helped sooth the itch in my skin. And my family likes the smell!
Delicious mix/Shabbat friendly
Great mix of citrus, mint and myrtle. Smells like Spring. The fact it isn't solid, means I can use it on Shabbat, and using the oil based beard balm, is probably the ancient way of annointing one's skin and beard. Leaves a nice sheen on the beard and holds the scent nicely.