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It seems like the newest trend is for men to have a beard. I don’t know if it is because of Duck Dynasty or what but I am seeing it more and more these days. I have no problem with that…the hubs has had one since he was able to grow it. I should know since we’ve been together since we were 16. I have never realized that beards need just as much care as the hair on the head. It can get thick and rough so having a product such as beard oil or beard balm that can help manage that is great. The hubs was able to test out Wild Willie’s Beard Butter specifically for this purpose.
About Wild Willie’s Beard Butter
This premium beard balm is the only balm made up of 13 natural and organic ingredients: Shea Butter, Yellow Beeswax, Sweet Almond Oil, Apricot Oil, Gold Jojoba Oil, Castor Oil, Argan Oil, Emu Oil, Tamanu Oil, Vitamin E, Tea Tree Essential Oil, Cedarwood Essential Oil, Rosemary Essential Oil. Each work together to promote a fast growing, healthy beard.
Wild Willie’s Beard Butter not only treats the hair but also the skin underneath. No more dandruff, itchy, flaky and patchy beards!
After the hubs tried it out, his beard was so soft and manageable that I couldn’t keep my hands off of it. I’m sure that I annoyed him but I couldn’t help it.
To use the beard butter, men simply scrape a bit onto their hands, rub together and apply it to a freshly washed beard starting at the roots. It doesn’t take much product to work through all of the beard and even the mustache. The only problem that the hubs had with the beard butter was the smell. The Tea Tree Oil has a strong smell to it and, since he is sensitive to smells, he wasn’t that crazy about this balm. He did not apply it to his mustache since it is right under the nose and he feared that it would bring on a headache. That is just how sensitive he is to scents and fragrances.
My advice is that if you or your man is sensitive to things like fragrances and scents then I would not try this beard balm out. If there is no issue, then by all means USE IT! It does a great job of making the beard and mustache soft, manageable and even shiny and healthy looking.
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