✓ Great for beards with over 4 weeks of growth. ✓ Great hold for styling. ✓ Fits most places for traveling. ✖ Melts in hot temperatures (such as traveling, left in hot car). ✖ Easy to overuse for beginners.
Handmade with 100% organic ingredients, this beard balm is designed to help you control stray and stubborn beard hair. It doubles as a leave in conditioner stops your itchy beard and promotes a healthy, soft beard. This balm also keeps the skin under your beard soft and reduces flaking and dandruff.
As opposed to beard oils, beard balms will provide more hold for beard styling, taming fly-aways, and unruliness.
How To Apply Beard Balm
The best time to apply beard balm is after a hot shower, when your hairs are cleanest and softest; this is when they will most easily absorb the oil.
Dry your beard completely before applying any beard balm. Water will prevent the oil from being absorbed.
Scoop out about a thumbnail size amount out of the tin.
Rub the beard balm into the palm of your hands until it is fully melted.
Massage it into your beard starting at the root of the hair follicle first and then gradually make your way to the end of your beard. Rub beard back down and hand-style.
Complete styling with abeard brush to evenly distribute the beard balm.
Beard Grooming Tip
It's recommended that you only wash your beard 2-4 times per week to avoid it drying out. Simply rinse with plain water with no soap. A shower is preferred over washing at a sink, but either works great.
Otter Grooming Co. products are made with the best natural ingredients. For the vast majority of people, natural ingredients are safe, but allergies can develop over time. This is a reminder to read the ingredient list before using to see if you have any allergies and always test for irritation before use. Please discontinue if any irritation occurs as Otter Grooming Co. is not responsible for any reactions to any ingredients. Our products are manufactured where there is the chance for cross contamination. Please check with your doctor for use on children, if you're pregnant, nursing, or have a medical condition.