Beard Balm and Why You Should Use It!
Beard Balms' history goes back thousands of years, as man kind has always struggled with dry, itchy, and unkempt beards. Using lanolin extracted from sheep's wool, which is referred to as "wool grease," to salve made from honey or olive oil, humans always have engineered ways to keep our body's beards moisturized.
There are many types of beard balms, but they all pretty much do the same thing. They keep your beard shaped while keeping your cheeks moisturized. As most of them cause the same effect, they're not all created equal.
Some balms are full of water, petroleum, and silicones, making them cheap to produce and temporarily effective. These brands have one sales mindset, "If it's cheap, you'll buy it, and If it works temporarily, then you'll buy MORE of it."
Don't be fooled! You should always go with a more natural and raw beard balm because there is nothing more natural and organic than hair that grows out of you!
The Bearded Sailor Beard Balm is jam-packed with beard essentials. It's petroleum-free, silicone-free, and preservative-free. It has raw cocoa butter, coconut oil, and pumpkin seed oil, which is scientifically linked to hair growth. It also has vegan waxes made from castor beans and the candelilla flower so that these hydrating oils can do their job.
While beard balms do help with itchiness, they're a little thicker in consistency so they don't penetrate dense beards as well and tend to dry a little faster due to the waxes. If you are looking for a product that helps with itchiness more intensely, then you should check out The Bearded Sailor Beard Oil - Emerald . Also, The Bearded Sailor Beard Oil - Amber for strength and elasticity.
Try The Bearded Sailor Beard Balm today and see why it made Men's Health "Best Of Beard Balms!"