This moisturising aftershave and beard balm has been specially handmade from 100% natural ingredients. No parabens or any artificial ingredients have been used at any point in the making of this balm. All the oils and butters used are light weight easily absorbed and non comedogenic (they will not clog your pores)
This soothing aftershave and beard balm will soothe the skin following shaving without being harsh to the skin, the combination of oils and butters will give superiour moisturisation by calming the face and helping to reduce shaving rash, without leaving an oily residue or drying the skin, it will also provide wonderful moisturisation to your beard and mustache, leaving it smelling fresh and soften the hard facial hairs.
Grape seed oil is light weight, highly moisturising and contains vitamin E to improve skin texture and soften facial hair. Shea and mango butters moisturise without clogging the pores, hazelnut oil has an astringent action to troubled skin, calendula oil has anti bacterial and antiseptic properties helping to sooth just shaved skin, while hemp seed oil prevents dryness by promoting moisturisation to beard and skin and healing shaving rash. Frankincense essential oil improves the look of fine lines. Lime oil is astringent and antibacterial while cedarwood oil prevents itching and reduces oiliness on the skin, while promoting hair growth on the face area.
grape seed oil, jojoba oil, hazelnut oil, organic shea butter, mango butter, calendula oil, hempseed oil, bees wax, vitamin E oil, (*essential oils) frankincense, lime, cedarwood * citral, limonene, linalool, geraniol, (naturally occurring in essential oils, these are not added ingredients)
Please be aware that this balm contains nut oil.
This aftershave balm is to be used following shaving. Scoop a small amount of the balm from the tin and dot all over the neck area and massage in to the skin using upward strokes. it can also be used as a beard balm, again take a small amount of the balm melt in the palms and rub in to the beard area.
Warning: avoid the delicate eye area.