When beard oil isn't enough to keep longer beards in check, reach for one of our beard balms. This balm contains the same conditioning properties as our famous
Simply Vanilla Beard Oil, along with lanolin, beeswax and shea butter to reign in wild beards. Whether you just have a few curly hairs or a thick, full-size beard, our Simply Vanilla Beard Balm provides just the right amount of hold with an inviting, complex vanilla scent.
Beeswax, Safflower Oil, Fractionated Coconut Oil (MCT), Corn Oil, Rice Bran Oil, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Shea Butter, Cocoa Butter, Lanolin, Castor Oil, Broccoli Seed Oil, Argan Oil, Jojoba Oil, Fragrance*
How To Use Beard Balm
It's best to apply after a warm shower, but wetting and patting your beard damp dry will work in a pinch. Scoop out a dollop of balm and work between your fingers and in your palms. Apply to your beard being sure to dig deep; all the way to the hair follicles. Simply Vanilla Beard Balm is formulated to moisturize hair and skin so be sure to give your skin what it needs.
-Natural oils keep facial hair soft and reduce itchiness associated with beard growth
-Beeswax and shea butter provide a natural hold while protecting and conditioning hair
-Scented with simple essential oils and extracts
-2 oz. screw-top tin with laser-etched Cherry label
-Made by hand in Austin, TX
-May contain allergens. Test in a small area before use.
About The Bearded Bastard
The Bearded Bastard was founded by Jeremiah Newton, “The Bearded Bastard” himself, in 2011 when he started making Woodsman Mustache Wax out of his Austin studio.
Originally formulated to tame his trademark handlebar mustache, his friends in Austin begged him to sell the wax so they could tame their own ‘staches.
Recently divorced, Jeremiah only had a motorcycle to his name. With a bag full of product strapped to his back, he rode around town introducing barbershops to his soon to be signature scented products: Woodsman Beard Oil and Woodsman Mustache Wax.
Word soon got out about the wax’s impeccable hold and the oil’s natural cedar scent. By 2013 Men’s Journal, GQ, and Esquire were clamouring to publish about his products as the best in beard grooming and the cult status spread around the world.