Beardbrand built a nice story to support their products over the years as they were one of the first manufacturers on the market. Today Eric Bandholz manages a team of 13 people that all try to satisfy your every beard need. It seems like they’re doing a good job and although some say their products are overpriced, nobody can say how they’re producing anything else but high quality releases.
- Quantity: 1 ounce / 30 milliliters
- Supply: 3 months (depends from beard length)
- Measurement tool: Orifice reducer
- All natural: Yes
- Best use: Sensitive skin
- Major Scents: Peppermint, Tea Tree, Vanilla
- Hold: 2/10
- Luster: 4/10
- Sillage: 6/10
- Price: $25 per ounce
Beardbrand’s tea tree oil is consisted out of all natural ingredients and that’s one of the main reasons why beardsters around the globe consider it as one of the most quality products of its type.
The two mild carrier oils, jojoba and almond, are the two main ingredients used in the creation of this interesting blend and they combine just well with grapeseed oil and castor oil.
- Jojoba oil,
- almond oil,
- grapeseed oil,
- castor oil,
- glycerin (vegetable derived),
- fragrance (naturally derived),
- citrus grandis (grapefruit) seed extract.
The bottle has that classic amber color, which will protect your brand new Beardbrand oil from any negative UV rays, but the thing we liked the most with the package is that it has an orifice reducer.
This simple little tool will allow you to apply as much oil as you need while keeping everything else in the inside of the bottle.
Beardbrand doesn’t use artificial fragrances harmful for your skin. The slightly woodsy chocolate like aroma is created with the help of three interesting essential oils: Tea Tree, Peppermint and Vanilla. Having in mind it’s consisted out of mild ingredients the aroma will stay present with your beard for couple of hours only, and that’s mainly because of the natural based glycerin, which keeps the oil stacked on your beard for longer periods than usual.