So beard oils are like any other oil when it comes down to the practical aspect. It's an oil, it can make your pores unhappy if you apply too much, and it can make your skin unhappy if you apply it in a patchy, uneven way.
This particular beard oil suffers from the same issue other beard oils suffer from. It's an oil. I mean, if there was some way to make it less oily and more solid-y, it'd be a no-brainer as it wouldn't involve dripping drops of it as though I was about to create a tincture of the finest aromatics and cleansing products and would instead create a foundational base that doesn't worry me that I'll be fighting acne at age 37.
That said, the smell is fantastic. The odor is the unmistakable feel that I've just stepped out of my dad's garage workshop, built a chest of drawers, and gotten a kiss on the mouth from my lovely significant other of-indeterminate-gender-for-the-purposes-of-this-review.
It's that good. It just inspires. So completely ignoring the oiliness of oil, it's so good for that smell. Feels nice, not too oily if you only use a few drops (3 in my case.)
In conclusion: Take the Nick Offerman challenge and do something with your hands; put this on your face.