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A distant cousin of pomade, this all-natural blend isn’t restricted to hair alone. Sure, its nourishing formula is adept at wrangling strands, but it also works miracles on skin and weary cuticles. Wherever moisture is needed, this balm will lead the charge.
I found Jao Bomade to be a better product than most hair and beard softing/control products on the market. Jao Bomade soothes hand ruffness easily.The scent is comforting.4
When the scent of this product mingles with that of his cologne and deodorant, it smells very earthy! Like spongy loam ready for seeds! And it tames and conditions his scruff pretty thoroughly.5
I bought this for my husband because he wanted something to tame the beard. I read the other reviews saying that it smelled wonderful so I decided to get it. False, it smells like pine trees and not in a good way. Like a musky pine tree, or a pine tree that a bear used to scratch it's butt on. It's a lingering smell too, very potent. I don't see how anyone could put that on/near their face.2
I started using a bit of this stuff in my beard, after applying a beard oil and I've received many compliments. It's great for getting those pesky stray hairs that just wont stay down and it smells amazing.5
I used this as a beard and hair salve. It has a very strong scent at first, but it wears down to a nice level shortly. It's got a very outdoorsy scent, which takes a little getting used to, but it's addictive.
If you use just a little bit in your hair it will calm it down a bit and make it manageable pretty quickly.
It's a great sort of back up or midday spruce up product.