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Your beard hair is different from the hair on top of your head. Treat it with the respect it deserves by swapping your regular (read: drying) shampoo for this gentle elixir. Powered by naturally cleansing and soothing ingredients—vetiver, patchouli, juniper berry, pine, bergamot, peach kernel, and grapeseed oils—it conditions facial hair and lends it a fresh, woodsy scent. If you've ever suffered from a prickly or flaky beard, this is the remedy.
This was the first beard oil I ever purchased and it absolutely does the job. My beard has never felt softer and my lady loves it5
Been using this for ~ a week and so far, I love it. It's got a great scent that isn't perfumey and I find myself catching whiffs of it hours later. Love it!4
This has become my husband's beauty staple lol! He and I both love how it makes his beard feel. We both really enjoy the scent as well. Just wish it came in a bigger bottle!5
I really like the way it smells and makes my beard much smoother. The eye dropper method of application is much better than other products I've tried.5
An excellent smell. A rub of this after a beard trim gives it the scent of a freshly cut pine tree. Would absolutely recommend.5
This product gave my beard a beautiful shine and definitely helped with the moisture. The only way I see this improving is making the bottle bigger!4
This beard oil can compete with similar products that cost twice as much. The scent is very strong for about the first 15 minutes, but quickly mellows.5
If you want a soft beard your lady will love to touch this is for you. The smell is great.5
This smells amazing and is so high quality that it doesn't take much and this seemingly small bottle does last a while. My husband loves it and I love it;) Total beard win!
And cleans up the flakes 100%!
A little goes a long way smells OK not the best but not terrible. Makes my beard look as prestigious as a bear fighting a dragon holding a bald eagle.4