Hello again! Today we’re looking at a couple of products from Murdock London. They’re a team of barbers who have created a range of products which would allow anyone to take the barbershop experience home. They do products for hair, shaving, beard, face & body and colognes. They also do a range of gifts using aforementioned products.Continue reading “Review: Murdock London Beard Shampoo & Beard Moisturiser”
*but not a beard consumable.
I know everyone does it. Your brother, secret Santa, your boyfriend; they have a beard. What do you buy them? A beard oil? Or a beard balm?
Well, why not something a bit different?
So, David Beckham has his own brand of mens products called House 99. They make products for face, beard, body and hair. They’re quite pricey but still affordable. Similar to Clinique but not quite Brickell. For example, a House 99 face wash is £17.00 vs £17.00 for Clinique for men face wash vs £35 for Brickell for men face wash. Still, more expensive than the average high street product.
Unfortunately, I couldn’t afford the whole range so I could only buy one thing. Guess what it was….
Hello! So we come to the finale, the final review from this. It’s taken a while but we finally got to the end! Today we’re looking at the Zew for men Charcoal Beard Soap.
That’s it, you know the drill, TK Maxx, blah blah. I’m getting close to finishing the reviews, just this one and the beard soap bar left!
So today we’re looking at the Men’s Society Beard Shampoo.
Hello! I’m slowly getting through the TK Maxx products I bought. This time, we’re having a look at the Bobo’s Beard Co beard oils. I got two, the vanilla scented one and the peppermint and patchouli scented one.
It’s me again! Reviewing another one of my TK Maxx purchases. This time, I’m reviewing the Men Rock beard shampoo. I haven’t reviewed a beard shampoo in a while (I’ve been using the B. Men Beard Cleanser for the past few months) so it makes a nice change!