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Beard Balms and Oils are a great way to soften and tame beard hair, but it will also seal the moisture into the skin under your beard. It's a great way to shield from wind and the elements, too. When you have applied the balm to your beard, massage the residue on your fingers into your cuticles, on your ears and ear lobes, your lips, nose, elbows, or wherever you get chapped skin in the winter. HVAC is an intense dehydrator, so make sure you slather on that balm!


This listing is for a 1 oz. tin of beard balm. Our luxurious beard oil is here.

For touch-ups and grooming, try our shave soap, available here. Brush and bowl with soap, here.


I use refined beeswax, which is white, and will not turn white beards yellow. I also use unrefined shea and cocoa butter, because I don't want to lose their effectiveness. Golden Jojoba oil closely matches skin oils for extra luxury, and sweet almond oil to help the balm spread into the beard.


Gift sets and Wholesale available. White label (you make your own labels with your logo) also available.


Directions (also on the label): Liquify a pea-sized quantity between fingertips and massage into beard and skin underneath. Comb or brush into place. Repeat after every wash.


Available scents: 


Humidor - pipe tobacco and vanilla


Bootstrap - cedar and leather


Lumberjack - spruce, pine, cedar, outdoors


Front Porch - sandalwood and bourbon


Old Fashioned - Whiskey barrel, smoky, with orange and clove


Mr. Darcy - Mahogany and Teakwood ... my best seller


Hipster - Lavender, cedarwood and a hint of patchouli


Old School - Bay Rum and Lime


Sunday Best - Tobacco and lime, like an aftershave


The G.O.A.T. - Sandalwood, Vanilla and Patchouli -- quickly becoming a best seller. Look for our matching Sandalwood Vanilla Goat Milk Soap


Oakenshield - Red oak and forest; very mild, a bit softer, and warm (if you like vanilla or sandalwood, you will probably like this one)


Buck Nekkid - no added fragrance

The Bearded Dragon for Men essential beard balm

SKU: beardbalm
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