Beard Balm Cedarwood

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This all natural leave in conditioner is the manly loving care (MLC) that you need to moisturize your beard.  Made with organic ingredients that are safe for your skin, the coconut oil and vitamin E oil keep skin irritation down.  Our beard balm has a light hold and prevents split ends, frizz, and tangling, while enhancing your beard's natural essence. Our beard balm is mildly scented with natural essential oils. 

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How It Works:

A leave-in beard conditioner with coconut oil as the base of the product softens hair follicles on the face and penetrates the skin as an antiseptic.  Keeping the beard nourished and hydrated, other highlighted ingredients provide gentle moisture for both the hair and the face.

Tips for Use:

Gently massage small amount onto the beard and increase amount if desired. Provides light hold.

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