We don’t mess around when it comes to our beard balm and other all natural beard products in our online shop.
All of our beard products are handmade in small batches on our Tennessee farm, with local beeswax used in every batch of our beard balm.
We’ve been making and selling high-quality, affordable beard products for years and will be doing so long after some hipsters trade in their beards for man-buns, kilts, or whatever the current craze is.
We tell you exactly what’s in Brawn, with the ingredients right there on the label.
Beard balm (also called beard wax) can be used with beards of any length and can help with itching and beard dandruff.
A touch of local Tennessee beeswax helps tame flyaway hairs and accentuate your beard’s natural shape.
We don’t charge you an arm and a leg and Brawn is still priced the same as the first tin we ever sold – just $9.99 for a two ounce tin.
Our “Original” Brawn beard balm is still our most popular but we now offer several other scents as well including Ginger Patchouli, Cedar and Orange, Dark Fired, Gun Oil, Sasquatch and Unscented.
Boss Beard Oil
Our Boss beard oil takes a similar approach, with every bottle loaded with natural conditioning oils to give you a thicker, fuller beard.
We spare no expense and use specialty oils such as argan oil, jojoba oil, and evening primrose oil in each bottle.
These oils are packed with essential fatty acids that condition and moisturize hair and skin.
Beard oil is primarily used as a beard conditioner and beard moisturizer although many believe that argan oil and other oils may boost hair and beard growth as well.
Boss beard oil comes in five scents — Original, Ginger Patchouli, Cedar and Orange, Dark Fired, and Unscented — and costs just $12.99 for a two ounce bottle.
That’s twice as much beard oil in each bottle as you get with competing products that typically charge $30 or more.
Burly Beard Soap
We also make our own Burly beard soap, which is handmade using the traditional cold process method.
We spent nearly a year perfecting the recipe for Burly, aiming for a deep conditioning soap that wouldn’t strip away natural oils or dry out hair.
We also wanted a long-lasting bar of natural soap that lathers up nicely. Unlike some beard wash or beard shampoo products, every bar of Burly is 100% natural and has no harsh additives or artificial chemicals.
And that’s exactly what you get with every four ounce bar of Burly — a natural, conditioning beard soap that adds volume and softness without drying out or damaging your beard.
How to Use Beard Balm
All of our beard products are simple to use but here’s a quick guide to each for those new to oils and balms as part of their beard grooming routine.
Brawn beard balm: Beard balm can be used at any stage of beard growth but becomes more important as your beard grows out.
Beeswax provides hold to gently shape your beard and tame flyaway hairs while natural oils condition and moisturize hair and skin. It’s best to apply beard balm right after showering when your beard is still damp and clean.
Boss beard oil: Beard oil can be used at any stage of beard growth, with natural conditioning oils producing a thicker, healthier beard.
Like beard balm, beard oil moisturizes and conditions both your beard and skin beneath, which can reduce itching and beard dandruff. Beard oil can be used throughout the day but is most effective when applied to a damp, clean beard.
Burly beard soap: Beard soap is typically used every 2-3 days, with deep conditioning oils working to make your beard naturally thicker, softer, and fuller.
Rub the bar between your hands to generate lather, work that lather into your beard, let it sit for a few minutes, then rinse thoroughly as part of your regular beard care routine.