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Indulge your senses in the captivating scent of Anchor Beard Balm. The fragrance profile is an enchanting blend of earthy and spicy notes. The warm and woody aroma of frankincense adds a touch of sophistication, while the subtle hints of black pepper bring a subtle spiciness to the scent.
To balance the composition, the delicate floral essence of ylang adds a touch of sweetness and freshness. Together, these notes create a harmonious symphony that is both alluring and invigorating.
Specially formulated to nourish and tame your beard, this natural beard balm combines organic beeswax, shea butter, argan oil, sweet almond oil, and golden jojoba oil.
Acting as a leave-in conditioner and styling agent, it works to moisturise and soften your facial hair, making it more manageable and reducing frizz. The beeswax provides a light hold, allowing you to shape and sculpt your beard to your desired style.
Ingredients: Butyrospermum parkii butter, Cera alba, Argania spinosa kernel oil, Prunus amygdalus dulcis seed oil, Simmondsia chinensis seed oil, Tocopherol, Cananga odorata flower oil, Piper nigram fruit oil, Boswellia carter oil, d- Limonene, Benzyl Benzoate, Linalol, Farnsolm Benzyl Salicylate, Eugenol, WARNING: CONTAINS NUT OILS.
Start with a pea-sized amount, adjusting as needed based on your beard length. Warm the balm between your palms to activate the organic beeswax, which provides natural styling properties. Apply to your beard, running your hands through the hair to evenly distribute the product. If time permits, allow it to settle and penetrate the hair shafts and follicles for a minute before styling. You can use a combination of patting, combing with a wide-tooth beard comb, and using an oval military brush to achieve your desired look.
Nice scent could be a little stronger but still a really good balm.
Bought this product as a gift for my brother - he was really pleased with the smell and quality. Great stuff!