I previously reviewed their Black Pepper Balm and this one is just as amazing.
Lovely Beards Mandarin Cedarwood Beard Balm
Lovely Beards Branded Beard Balm is Handmade in the USA with 100% Organic Shea Butter and Natural Ingredients. Our Organic Beard Balm is best rated for moisture rich taming, grooming and conditioning of beards and facial hair. Ingredients Include: Organic Shea Butter, Beeswax, Almond Oil, Coconut Oil, Aloe Vera Gel, Vitamin E and Essential Oils. Safe and gentle for all hair and skin types. Our Beard Balm will help soften, condition, repair and nourish new growth – while at the same time help stop that irritable itching caused by new hair growth. For best results, use a small amount of Lovely Beards balm and apply directly to your beard. The beard balm can be applied while the beard is damp or dry. Apply daily to achieve a Lovely Beard.
My neighbor growing up had a cedar closet. It smelled magical and she told me it was made that way to keep the moths away. I hope you never get moths in your beard, but I found it so intriguing and loved to just sit in there and enjoy the aroma. Many decades later my friend set me up with and awesome set of cedar stairs to my front porch. A couple years back we bought cedar fence pickets to turn into bird houses that we shared with many friends. The wood is natural and repels bugs. They have weathered to be super rustic looking. Still, not one nest, but we hold out hope. It is a pricey wood, but so beautiful and on moist mornings I get that sweet scent of cedar like this balm provides.
It is the many beneficial ingredients and unique scent that set this beard balm apart from any other company. Soothing and aromatic perfection that gives you a warming lasting sense of calm. The mandarin scent is light compared to the cedar, but provides a fruitiness that complements the rich cedar in this balm. I feel a bit lumberjacky wearing this all day.
I am so glad to have been able to test out and review Lovely Beards balms. It has been a great experience and showed me how balms should be made. I am still using theirs daily instead of my own because they are just that good. Give them a shot, you will be pleased.