For control and softening, a conditioning blend of Organic butters and oils tested on real beardsIs your beard mission in need of a bright citrus scented natural taming and softening balm?
Treat your beard and your face to scented softening. The non-comedogenic and certified organic Shea and Mango butters in this beard taming formula are great for hair and skin alike. Get soft, well behaved, bright citrus smelling facial hair instantly.
- STYLE AND CONDITIONING with the convenience of a wax,the softening performance of an oil, plus control
- NO GREASY FEEL from this combination of fast absorbing, skin friendly, Certified Organic oils and butters that leave no oily residue
- EASY TO APPLY melting formula spreads through beard to tame and train growth for long lasting grooming
- A bouncy fresh scent that is a perfect launching pad to make any day a great day
Bouncy Herbal Citrus Scent
What's in Organic Beard Butter ?
|Highest EWG:||1||Made in USA:||0%||Sustainable:||91%|
|Vegan Friendly:||96%||Certified Organic:||96%|
Shea Butter*, Mango Seed Butter*, Argan Kernel Oil*, Jojoba Seed Oil*, Arrowroot Powder*, Fragrance (Lime (Citrus Aurantifolia) Oil* AND Geranium (Pelargonium Graveolens) Oil*). *Certified Organic Ingredient
|Citrus Aurantifolia (Lime) Oil||What It Is: With a fresh, sweet citrus character, Lime is a traditionally male fragrance. Some distillations yield an almost floral character to the oil. The aromatherapy of Lime and most citrus fragrances is thought to be uplifting, and lending clarity and alertness of mind.|
How It's Used: Lime oil is balancing and rejuvenating to skin. Like all citrus oils, when used undiluted, this oil can cause sensitivity to sunlight.
How It's Made: Oil is steam distilled from the peel of the fruit.
|Pelargonium Graveolens (Geranium) Oil||What It Is: The scent is mostly quite herbaceous, but depending on the source plants, can be spicy, fruity, floral, or citrusy. In aromatherapy, Geranium is a balancing and comforting fragrance.|
How It's Used: It is a skin balancing astringent.
How It's Made: The oil is extracted from the leaves and stems of the plant, sometimes also including the flower. It is typically steam distilled.