A twist on our popular citrus beard oils, here the sweet aniseed spice of basil is the pronounced top note with zesty orange holding it's back and ylang ylang grounding your manliness to deliver a life less ordinary. Don't settle for boring beard oils, be bold!
For nourishment of the hair and skin we use a blend of organic sweet almond, jojoba and argan natural oils – perfect for dry hair and irritable skin.
Whilst others may sell you boy-sized bottles, ours are man-sized - 50ml. Enough to keep even the most grizzly beard in check for weeks.
Hand made in Queenstown from organic ingredients.
Say no to beardruff and itching and give your beard a treat whatever it’s length.
Pour a few drops (depending on the length of your beard) into your palms and massage through your beard. Best applied after showering or bathing but can be applied to either damp or dry beards. We suggest using at least once a day. Always test on a small patch of skin before first use.
Organic cold pressed jojoba oil, organic cold pressed argan oil, organic cold pressed sweet almond oil, blood orange essential oil, ylang ylang essential oil, vetiver essential oil, black pepper essential oil. Contains nut oil. Store in a cool, dry place out of direct sunlight. Always test on a small patch of skin before first use.
Jojoba oil improves the feel of skin and provides a 24-hour skin hydration effect. It is also an anti-inflammatory, helping to keep the skin calm and comfortable. Moisturises dry skin.
Argan oil has high levels of Vitamin E, perfect for healing the skin and acts as an antioxidant. Decreases sebum production in oily skin.
Sweet Almond oil moisturises dry skin and reduces flaking and cracking. Produces shiny hair.
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