Note to self, stop buying beard oils! Sometimes I just can’t help myself, especially when it’s something I haven’t used before. I very very very rarely buy the some product twice. I just love trying different smells and company’s!

So in my previous post, you’ll read briefly about my work trip to Birmingham. On my way to the training centre, I noticed a barbers so I said to myself I’ll go and check them out and see what they have!

And I did!

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The barbers is called Everyman Barbers and it’s slap bang in Birmingham town centre. They stock a few different ranges, including Oil Can Grooming and Apothecary 87, and a few others which I forgot to remember!

Having not tried it before, I went for The Bright Beard Company ylang ylang & sandalwood beard oil. It cost £10 for 10ml, which is on the more expensive end of the spectrum.

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The bottle is nice and small, perfect for hiding in your work park for that mid afternoon rehydration. It has a pipette which is good at sucking. None of that “suck 3 times to get 2 drops in your palm”.

On the back, you’ll find a list of ingredients. These are simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) oil, prunus amygdalus (almond) oil, tocopherol (Vitamin E), argania spinosa kernel (argan) oil, santalum album (sandalwood) oil, amyris balsamifera bark (amyris) oil, cananga odorata flower (ylang ylang) oil and melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) oil.

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Full of natural and essential oils! It’s cruelty free and against animal testing!

 

With a good set of ingredients, it keeps my beard from looking dry. And it smells lovely too! Very herbal, like a flowery forest.

5/5

Check out The Brighton Beard Company right here!

You can also find their products on Amazon!