Both You And Your Dog Will Love Can You Handlebar Devotion Beard Oil
This premium beard oil provides health and shine to facial hair with a rugged, floral and patchouli scent. Working as a softener and leave in conditioner, Initiative beard oil conditions and tames dry, wild, split hairs while nourishing new beard growth. Devotion Beard Oil contains only the best natural ingredients to help your beard, mustache, goatee and sideburns look great and maintain health.
What you get: One ounce bottle (1 fl. oz.) of all natural beard oil in a custom-made tube that is great for traveling. Bottles come complete with dropper top because we value your feedback. If there is anything else we could do better, let us know!
The scent: A big manly floral scent with patchouli undertones and some cognac thrown in for good measure. We named this after the virtue of Devotion--sticking it out, even when things get tough.
Expert formula: Blend of light weight and heavier oils to deeply nourish hair and add shine. No fake scents, petroleum products or nut-oils used in any of our products! (We use olive oil, grape seed oil, rice bran oil, jojoba, meadow-foam seed oil, vitamin E)
Engineered for real-life: All labels are oil and water-proof. Comes in custom made tube to protect your bottle when you travel!
How to Apply: Drop or pour a little oil into your hand or Beard Oil Brush. Massage the oil into your whole beard, front and back. Comb your beard with a Beard Comb. Pet your dog to get oils off your hands.
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"If you've used other beard oils before, the first thing you will notice is that this has a slightly thinner consistency than most. Spreading it into my beard, I noticed that it absorbed well and did not leave a heavy greasy residue as I have noticed with other oils. This tells me two things: my beard is soaking in the nourishment it needs and I'm not dumping excess oil on to my beard and skin. It's all about balance, and CanYouHandlebar has hit the right measure of maintenance and protection without overdoing it."