This Gift set contains...

A premium quality Wide Toothed Peach Wood comb 

10ml Black Honey beard Oil -The black honey scent is a great mixture of Black Pepper, Patchouli and Bergamot and Lavender giving off a pleasant woodland smoke scent

50ml Fruit Gum Beard Oil - The Fruit gum scent is a fabulous mixture of Grapefruit, Clove Bud and Lime giving off a enchanting warm fruity with a hint of spice scent.

This product is available an Amber glass Bottle with a glass pipette dropper is blended using a base oil mixture of Sweet almond oil and vitamin E oil these oils are great for the skin and hair and can easily penetrate deep into the skin, softening and dislodging the dirt and debris accumulated in the skin pores and hair follicles. This prevents blackheads and acne. Thanks to the Vitamin A content in the oil, it may even help reduce acne flare-ups.Almond oil and vitamin E oil can also be safely used on sensitive skin.

 

Fruit Gum Beard Balm 50ml - This is a great styling balm using base oils, beeswax and shea butter to give you a great hold while also helping to give nourishment to your skin and hair. This product can also be used after applying beard oil.

 

About Opie's Beard Co.

At Opie's Beard Co. founder Jamie Cox set out to create products to help the bearded brotherhood grow and nurture their beards. It all began with a simple idea to make his own beard oils using natural ingredients and scents. Based in his workshop in Sonning Common, he now hand-makes a range of products to help aid the condition of the beard and care for the skin, made from 100% natural ingredients and 100% recyclable packaging.  

Fruit Gum and Black Honey Beard Oil, Beard Balm and Comb

£44.00Price

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