Does the man in your life have a beard? Does it need some help growing in? Being cared for? Even some softening (we love those guys but there is nothing nice about beard burn guys). Wild Willie’s Beard Butter is a beard balm made with organic and natural ingredients and designed to help you fill in the blank spots of your beard as well as keep your skin and hair looking good and feeling great.
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My son has a beard. I admit that every time I hug him I’m bristled by it. He likes it, his wife likes it and that’s all that matters. But you can bet that for his birthday I’m going to send him some Wild Willie’s Beard Butter . I bet she likes it better after it’s had a little beard balm rubbed into it. Check out these ingredients: Shea Butter, Yellow Beeswax, Sweet Almond Oil, Apricot Oil, Gold Jojoba Oil, Castor Oil, Argan Oil, Tamanu Oil, Tea Tree Essential Oil, Cedarwood Essential Oil and Rosemary Essential Oil.
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In addition to being made with organic and natural ingredients, it is also made in the USA and does not use any chemicals, preservatives, fragrances, or colorants.
Now all that sounds nice doesn’t it? But how does it work?
It’s easy to use. You just open the beard butter jar, it sort of reminds me of what I think would be in a old west barber shop. Personally I love the aroma, but some may consider it a little heavy on the tea tree scent. Take just a little bit (and wives, girl friends and significant others can do this you may think it’s sort or romantic) and rub it together with some water to create a spreadable oil, at least that’s how I think it should be used. Of course you should follow the instructions and make your own adjustments.
Then work it into the beard, whether it’s a brand new one that he is trying to grow or a full grown beard. You may need a little more than a dab if it’s full on beard.
It works it’s way into both the skin and the hair, making the beard softer, and caring for dry skin patches and by using the same ingredients as many natural shampoos it helps with skin flaking and “dandruff.” Afterwards his skin feels soft and smooth under the beard and the beard feels softer and smoother when rubbed up again your skin.
You can also use it as a mustache wax, use no water.
It is a little difficult to remove from hands after applying. Make sure to wash it from hands thoroughly using soap and water, it’s not just a rinse and go like shaving cream. I also wish it came in a variety of scents, but maybe that day will come.
A little goes a long way, so don’t let the size of the tin full you. Wild Willie’s Beard Butter not only handles beards and skin but tames what for some guys is a bad case of the “frizzies.” Hmm I wonder if it would work on my hair?