Beard Balm: Save it, Don’t Shave it.
Fact. Beards are awesome. They’re thick, they’re irresistible, they’re just awesome. What’s not awesome, though, is that itchy, irritated, pokey beard growth point. You know what I’m talking about – the skin beneath your luscious facial locks is tight and itchy, hairs are sticking out in angles that defy logic and reason, and your significant other has stopped kissing you because they are getting beard burn on their chin. Don’t shave the beard – save it! Soap & Clay’s beard balms are formulated to control fly-aways, soften hairs, and nourish the skin underneath to prevent ingrown hairs. This will save your beard, and your relationship. You’re welcome.
What it is: Soap & Clay’s beard balms are designed to condition the beard, nourish the skin beneath, and control beard frizz. Non greasy yet super smooth – these beard balms provide shine and help your beard look and feel awesome and healthy.
Why that’s awesome: You spent a lot of time growing your beard. Or maybe you didn’t and you just like that extra five minutes of sleep in the morning that would otherwise be used shaving. Either way, if it’s going to be on your face, it should look healthy and clean. These beard balms are made with moisturizing Shea butter, grapeseed oil for nourishing, buckthorn extract for softening, and broccoli seed oil to protect and repair. Feel weird about putting your least favorite vegetable on your hair? Don’t – it’s awesome and you’re going to love it. See this for more information on this awesome oil.
Beard balms are available in three scent varieties:
- Sap – Juniper Sage blend for the outdoorsy guys
- Action – Orange Cedarwood blend for the adventurous and energetic guys
- High Noon – Cedar and Sandalwood blend for the rustic guys
Not sure which type of guy you are? Me neither! But all three scents have been very well received, so I doubt you can go wrong here.
Net Wt 1oz
Ingredients: Shea butter, Grapeseed oil, avocado oil, broccoli seed oil, beeswax, buckthorn extract, arrowroot powder, EOs & FOs.