Nourishes and conditions, providing moisture to relieve beard itch during the early growth stage, and the superior hold required for thicker, longer beards later on. Keeps your beard looking and feeling its best, naturally!
Coconut oil and Mango Butter moisturise your skin and beard and help combat the beardruff that can happen as beard follicles deplete sebum (more important the longer your beard gets).
Soft, creamy fair trade Shea Butter helps your beard appear fuller.
Candelilla Wax & Pine Resin provide the firm hold needed for thicker, longer beards!
Lightly scented with our refreshing, citrusy balsamic Acadian Forest blend of balsam fir, orange, silver fir, juniper, cypress and cedarwood essential oils.
7 g in a slide top tin
Directions: Ideally daily, while your beard is still slightly damp from showering, begin by warming a little of the balm (less is more here) between your hands, coating your palms and fingers. Starting at the base of your beard and working your way up toward your sideburns, work the balm evenly through your beard and mustache with your fingers, making sure the balm also reaches your skin.
You may find a wooden beard comb helpful for shaping and styling your beard.
Any excess beard balm is great for dry hands, especially in the winter, and also for moisturising tattoos, if you have them, so they stay bright and colourful.
Looking for a beard oil, too? Our Seaspun blend (under Aromatic Roll-On Blends) is made with jojoba and argan oils, cedarwood, vetiver, palmarosa, bergamot FCF and lemon, and doubles as a beard oil or hair serum!
Ingredients: cocos nucifera (coconut) oil, candelilla cera, butyrospermum parkii (shea) butter, mangifera indica (mango) butter, pinus sylvestris (pine) resin, citrus sinensis (orange), abies balsamea (balsam fir), abies alba (silver fir), juniperus communis (juniper berry), cupressus sempervirens (cypress) and cedrus atlantica (Atlas cedarwood) essential oils
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