Why we love it:
Soft and easy to use this Beard Balm smells delicious and works wonders for shaping, styling and deeply conditioning your beard.
Endurance tested on real beards! Jon and the other men behind Beard Balm sport beards that are testament to the quality of their product. Handmade in their Detroit premises, they do not compromise on quality. Check out this video of the Beard Balm lads working their magic.
Beard Balm makes beards happy and all the ingredients are sourced sustainably from inexhaustable resources so it's good for the earth as well as your face.
- Grapeseed Oil
- Coconut Oil
- Pure Beeswax
- Eucalyptus Essential Oil
- Lemon Essential Oil
- Geranium Essential Oil
Here's more information from the folks at Beard Balm:
It's been a long journey from terrible beards to awesomeness. If there was something better out there, we'd make that. There's not, so we make Beard Balm. Here's the core design intention of Beard Balm:
Health—There’s nothing weird in the ingredients list. Some of them are even food grade, and all are the quality that you'd find on the shelf at a fancy health food store. Combined, they make powerful beard hairs that defeat kinks and split ends, create a warm luster and tackle the itchiness and dandruff that makes starting and maintaining a beard a challenge.
Versatility— Beard Balm makes your beard look strong and natural. Whether you’re at the club, in the board room or hanging with some hobos, your beard will never disappoint, guaranteed.
Allure—It smells good. Even people who don’t like smells think it smells good. It makes people stare. It makes people want to touch it. It makes people want to rub on it.
Earth—Every ingredient in Beard Balm is an inexhaustible resource on our planet. Grapeseed oil is a byproduct of the wine industry, lanolin is a byproduct of the wool industry and beeswax is a byproduct of the pollination business. The coconut oil is 100% fair trade organic and together with the essential oils, they are cultivated in healthy, productive ecosystems. Even our packaging is designed to minimize habitat loss and the impact of pollution.