Beardsmen Spirit Beard Oil & Conditioner
Does your man suffer from a dry itchy beard? One of our guys has been trying to grow his beard but it itches when he get hot from working and he struggles with acne under the hair growth. Both issues are bothersome to say the least. We asked him to give this product a try. Beardsmen Spirit Beard Oil is a lightweight oil that is infused with jojoba oil, almond oil, grape seed oil, castor oil, as well as three essential oils. It contains a hint of eucalyptus, cedar, and pinewood which give a woodsy scent.
After a month of using this product, we asked for their opinion. Their opinion is that: It Works. Yeah, I know.. Not a lot of information. Upon further questioning, they stated that the oil stopped the itch and did make their beard softer.
This stuff really works – my beard is softer and easier to groom. AND my face doesn’t itch when I get hot. I like it!
When asked about the scent:
The top notes of the oil are pungent but the lingering bass notes are are subtle and pleasant.
This bottle contains far more than most that we have reviewed. Four (4) ounces will last a long time considering you use just a couple of drops a day.
The over all effect was good. My beard was softer, darker, and more manageable. I would recommend the product for anyone with even a short beard.
Beardsmen Spirit Bold Forest Beard Oil is a great buy on Amazon. It’s also 100% natural and backed with a full refund guarantee. There really is no reason to not give this beard oil a try.
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