Beard Balm is great for your Beard We add only the best Balms to our shop. We are hunting for new balm’s all the time, so we are regularly adding new choices. if you want to moisturise and nourish the beard, go for Beard Oil. If you want to moisturise, nourish, and have the hold to allow you to tame the fly-aways and shape the beard, go for a Balm. Some key ingredients you should look for and will find are: Shea Butter, Cocoa Butter, Beeswax, Coconut Oil, Apricot Oil, Argan Oil, Jojoba Oil, Pure Vitamin E Oil. If you have any question, please do not hesitate in contacting us.
Beard balm is thicker than most other beard grooming products, which is easy to tell just by looking at it. But, because it’s thicker, in general, it works ideally on thicker, longer beards. By longer, we mean when your beard’s follicles are at least 1.5 inches in length.
One of the reasons beard length is that the thicker and longer the beard, the more you need a product that provides a firm hold.
That’s not to say it isn’t as effective on shorter beards, however. Far from it. Balm offers many of the benefits of beard oil – such as providing moisture and relieving beard itch – and the shea butter found in most balms provides a superior hold regardless of beard length.
In general, however, beard balm is your go-to product when your beard becomes thicket-like, more prone to stray hairs, and harder to tame when you’re going for a sculpted look.