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Beard Balm is produced by the hands of bearded brothers Jon and Micah and occasionally other well-bearded friends. The work takes place at a small (97 sq ft) workshop in southwest Detroit. Beard Balm is mixed in 396 tin batches, melted with an open flame and hand-poured. Their process and equipment are designed to produce Beard Balm and they manufacture nothing but Beard Balm in their shop. As a result, they are able to conserve over 2 liters of water for each can they produce.
Beard Balm is what you need to grow a beard. This all-natural, leave-in conditioner is perfectly formulated to stop split ends, tangles, broken hairs and dry, flaky skin while bringing out the natural beauty of your beard. It works for all varieties of beard hairs and is great for every length and stage of growth. If you want a naturally lustrous beard without all the struggle of other products, you need Beard Balm.
Beard Balm went through years of product testing on real beards before it was brought to the market. No animals were harmed during the development of Beard Balm.
Beard Balm combines grape seed and coconut oils with lanolin and beeswax, creating a soft, easy-to-use, long-lasting moisturiser that provides a touch of sculptibility to any style of facial hair. Beard Balm added the essential oils of lemon peel, eucalyptus leaf, and geranium flower, three oils that promote hair and follicle health.
Because they don't use any artificial ingredients, the aroma of Beard Balm will meld with your natural odors and create a scent that the wearer will disregard shortly after application. Of course, anyone who gets close enough will be delighted with the smell of your beard.
Beard Balm's high quality ingredients come from sources that benefit local farmers and growers, and minimise environmental impact. The grape seed oil, lanolin and beeswax are happy eventualities of other industries (wine-making, wool-making and pollination) and their coconut oil is 100% certified organic and fair trade.
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