This is one of those questions that will largely depend on the person using the beard oil. Simply put, every face is different and no two beards are alike. That's right, you're unique in every way. So the length of time it takes to work for you may not be the same as the next guy. There are a couple of factors to keep in mind:
Type of beard oil
For starters, your choice of beard oil will play a large role in how long it takes to make a difference on your face. Bossman Beard Oil is made with a variety of moisturizing ingredients to make your beard looks its best at all times. The goal is to absorb the oil as quickly and thoroughly as possible and the active ingredients in our oils are specially formulated to soak into the hair and skin faster than other oils on the market with heavy viscosity.
When the oil is layered on top of your face, it's not getting into your face. That's bad because it means it's just not working. Bossman Beard Oil permeates and penetrates where it needs to be, so feel free to apply it twice a day. Once in the morning before you go to work, once in the evening before you go to bed. Don't worry about staining your clothes or your pillow after you rub it in. Our beard oil absorbs fast.
Type of facial hair
Our beard oil is formulated for all guys to use. Facial hair may be rough and coarse, soft and smooth, dry or oily, the type you have can determine how long it will take to start seeing satisfactory results from using beard oil. As a rule of thumb, if your beard hair tends to be dry, you may notice you're using more of it before the product begins to work. Smooth beard hair will often show results in a shorter period of time.
Type of skin
Yeah this too can play a role in how long it will take for beard oil to work. It's all about how quickly the oil is absorbed into the pores of the skin. Larger pores, naturally, soak up beard oil a lot easier than tight, smaller pores. If you have the former, then you're going to start seeing results anywhere between four to six weeks because the oil is getting to the roots of the follicles much faster. But if your skin is dry and has tighter pores, it's all good, you may just need to give it a little extra time to see those results.