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Dr. K's 100% Natural Handmade Beard Balm Woodland 50gr - FineShave

Dr. K's 100% Natural Handmade Beard Balm Woodland 50gr

By Dr K Soap Company

$24.99  
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New -Woodland Beard Balm from Dr K
Formulated with all natural ingredients, this nourishing beard balm contains Shea Butter for beard conditioning while Coconut Oil and Vitamin E soothe and revitalize the beard and skin underneath. Beeswax contributes to hold, allowing styling of the beard and minimising stray/wild hairs.

With regular use, this highly nourishing balm will leave the beard soft and healthy. Great smelling too – thanks to the addition of refreshing Cedarwood and Pine Needle Oils. With added Beeswax, this balm will also help keep stray hairs in check and allow for optimum beard styling. Pairs well with Dr K's Woodland Beard Soap.

For best results, melt a small quantity in the hands and apply daily, massaging throughout the beard and into the skin beneath. Comb/Brush and style as desired.

- No artificial colours, fragrances or preservatives.
- Contents: 50 gr
- Handmade in Ireland according to strict EU cosmetic guidelines


Ingredients: Coconut (Cocos nucifera) oil, Shea (Butyrospermum parkii) butter, Beeswax, Vitamin E (Tocopherol), Cedarwood (Juniperus virginiana) Bark Oil, Pine (Pinus sylvestris) Needle Oil, *Limonene, *Linalool, (*occur naturally in essential oils)

Shea Butter: Extensively used as a natural moisturising cream (emollient) and has also been used for the treatment of burns and other skin ailments. Shea butter contains vitamins A and E, both of which have numerous benefits for the skin and beard.
Coconut Oil: A natural moisturising cream (emollient) often used for the treatment of dandruff, skin infections and other skin ailments. Due to its oils and high fat content (approx. 90 percent saturated fats), it offers amazing moisturizing properties and is the perfect ingredient for conditioning the beard and skin beneath.
Beeswax: Readily melting at body temperature, this versatile wax allows styling of the beard, setting upon removal of heat from the hands.