! Clearance Sale !
Why do we offer clearance products?
Some items might be slow-moving or aged stock, discontinued products, last pieces that we won't restock, or the product packaging shows wear & tear or is missing.
All clearance items are new & covered by a full warranty. Any faulty product we will replace/repair if possible or fully refund, but at the discounted price we can not offer "change of mind" returns. Limited stock available, once it's gone, it's gone! No Rainchecks!
Premium quality beard balm is hand-crafted in small batches in Queenstown, New Zealand.
A premium tobacco scented beard balm infused with high grade Nicotiana Tabacum (Tobacco) and Piper nigrum (black pepper) essential oils providing a very slight peppery note and balance against the fresh, sweet and fulness of an amazing tobacco essential oil.
'The Tobacconist' is a sensory overload reminiscent of walking in to a traditional high street tobacconist.
Designed and hand-crafted by professional barbers in consultation with a clinically-trained AromaScience Practitioner to ensure the product is safe for cosmetic use.
A range of high quality ingredients have been chosen for their individual properties and include Shea butter, Candelilla wax (gives the beard shape), Jojoba oil and Grapeseed oil which is rich and fatty, and dense in key nutrients like vitamins C, D and E. These ingredients are natural, non-greasy, nourishing for hair & skin and they do not clog the skin pores.
Exudes bold and masculine notes of fresh Tobacco & Black Pepper.
Product comes in a recyclable 60ml aluminum tin with oil proof labeling to help prevent damage to the label.
- Size 60ml
Shea Butter (Butyrospermum parkii), Candelilla Wax (Euphorbia cerifera), Grapeseed oil (Vitis vinifera), Jojoba oil (Simmondsia chinensis), Lanolin, Tobacco (Nicotiana Tabacum), Black Pepper (Piper nigrum).
Made in Queenstown, New Zealand
The high content of organic Shea butter used in Cutthroat beard balms can occasionally cause small white spots on the surface. These are not contaminants, it is the result of temperature fluctuation. As the Shea butter cools during the manufacturing process fatty acids start to become solid faster than the Shea itself and crystals form.
They will melt when rubbed between your palms and fingers. Summer temperatures can also cause Shea butter to melt while it's shipped to you, forming harmless crystals; it's a function of the lush Shea butter.