"Ideas are like beards; men do not have them until they grow up."~ Voltaire
A beard balm like no other! Everything you love about beard oil but without the mess. Everything you love about beard balm but without the stickiness. How could you go wrong? We have infused hair strengthening abyssinian seed oil with organic herbs known for their hair-nourishing properties. Scented with a mysterious blend of amber & patchouli, rounded off with a subtle touch of nutmeg.This beard balm is also great as an aftershave balm to soothe & smoothe!
This beard balm is 100% vegan and made with natural mango butter. Crystallization may sometimes happen due to the nature of natural butters. We do not add chemicals or beeswax additives to prevent this. If your product starts to feel grainy, simply warm in the microwave (without the lid) for bursts of 15 seconds until fully melted. Then pop in the fridge until fully cooled.ingredients: abyssinian seed oil infused with organic herbs (burdock, hops, nettles, oatstraw, rosemary, shavegrass), organic virgin coconut oil, mango butter, **behentrimonium methosulfate (and) cetearly alcohol, jasmine sambac flower wax, emulsifying wax, phthalate-free fragrance oyl and essential oyls of patchouli & nutmeg**a biodegradable gentle conditioner derived from colza (rapeseed) oil
directions: warm a small amount of beard balm between palms and smoothe through whiskers or over skin. Adjust amount used to suit your preference and needs.
PRODUCT WARNING: Usage of beard balm in whiskers has been know to cause gentle nuzzling and contented partners......just sayin'
NEW 2.5 oz amber glass jar with metal lid
From the earliest of times there was the role of the healer. The herbalist. The "Wise Woman". She possessed knowledge of healing herbs and botanicals which was handed down from previous generations back. As a healer, the wise woman was usually the first stop for the average person when they were sick or had a health issue to address. Of course in the Medieval and Renaissance era, the wise woman may have been called a witch or a heretic and discouraged from practicing her art as women were not allowed a profession in that time. This of course would make any herbalist surly as hell!
It is up to us to cultivate our garden.
the Surly Herbalist herself
After 6 years of creating vegan skin care products I decided to launch in a new direction to incorporate my love of herbs in cosmetic products and my passion for Ren faire. Enter the Surly Herbalist. Come find me at faire and make merry while you explore the delightful treats I have prepared for you.