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Ok y'all out there, Exactly who uses Beard oil or Mustache Wax ?

 

Inquiring minds want to know .

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44 minutes ago, Eyesa Horg said:

I use mustache wax on occasion

Me too.  Local places stopped selling it so I get three tube periodically from Amazon.

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Beard balm. A dab of Honest Amish mixed with a dab of anything from Smokey Mt. Beard Company (for the pleasing aroma, don’t ya know).  Keeps me ready for any manner of social intercourse. Er....interaction that is to say!

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I hear too that Gorilla Glue might make a mustache/beard product.;)

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Used to use moustache wax regularly...  but what the heck's "beard oil?"  :huh:

 

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"Freak" All Natural Beard Butter

Also use this occasionally.

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Freak is one of our most popular scents. We pride ourselves in creating a citrus smell that is nothing like all those cleaner-esque ones you'll find elsewhere.

 

This beard butter is a shea-based product designed to feel more natural and less oily than others on the market.  Its base is all natural and free of parabens, sulfates, silicones, and dyes.  This beard butter softens, reduces itch, and reduces/eliminates dandruff without that greasy feeling you get from other brands.  

 

INGREDIENTS: Shea Butter, Coconut Oil, Jojoba Oil, Avocado Oil, Almond Oil, Grapeseed Oil, Fragrance Oils

 

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I use the Duke Cannon Beard balm and oil, The oil is more for your skin under the beard and the balm keeps your beard neater plus it smells good. This is the scent I use.

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Cremo Beard and Scruff softener. I mistakenly bough the Mint Blend a few weeks ago instead of the cedar scent. Yucch. Threw it away and re-ordered the cedar.

 

 

 

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I make my own wax, beeswax and vaseline. Mix depends on the season, more wax in summer less in winter. I just got some beard oil to see how it works.

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I have always used Clubman. Have tried others but nothing can compare in my opinion.

Tried oil for a short time, seen no benefit and never understood why I would want to have oily hair.

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I get mine in Tombstone AZ.  Discovered this place while traveling around before Winter Range; been back a couple times.  This hard wax does not produce the tight curl that Fence Cutter showed.  I used to use Clubman for that look.  This wax keeps the shape without making the tight curl.

I think I've used it once in the last 11 months, but that's a different topic.

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On 2/17/2021 at 9:13 PM, Fence Cutter said:

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I have always used Clubman. Have tried others but nothing can compare in my opinion.

Tried oil for a short time, seen no benefit and never understood why I would want to have oily hair.

100% correct.....and old fashioned Bay Rhum after shave for when I'm going out on the town.

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