Cutthroat NZ Beard Balm - Black Cedar


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Description

Made in Queenstown, New Zealand, this premium cedar wood, black pepper, patchouli and palmarosa scented beard balm has been designed and crafted by professional barbers in consultation with a clinically-trained AromaScience Practitioner to ensure the product is safe for cosmetic use.

A range of high quality ingredients have been chosen for their individual properties and include Shea butter, Candelilla wax (gives the beard shape), Jojoba oil and Grapeseed oil which is rich and fatty, and dense in key nutrients like vitamins C, D and E. These ingredients are natural, non-greasy, nourishing for hair & skin and they do not clog the skin pores.

FRAGRANCE NOTES

Exudes bold and masculine notes of Cedar Wood, Black Pepper, Palmarosa & Patchouli.

 

  • 60ml ℮ 2fl.oz

 

Note: If you notice white spots on the surface of your beard balm there is nothing wrong with it, these are not contaminants, it is the result of temperature fluctuation. The high content of organic Shea butter used in Cutthroat beard balms contains fatty acids and vitamins, which is what your skin and facial hair love. As the Shea butter cools during the manufacturing process fatty acids start to become solid faster than the Shea itself and crystals form. They will melt when rubbed between your palms and fingers. Summer temperatures can also cause Shea butter to melt while it's shipped to you, forming harmless crystals; it's a function of the lush Shea butter.

Customer Reviews

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Stevie Gaut (Auckland)
Cutthroat NZ Beard Balm - Black Cedar

I’ve used this product for a long time. One of the best beard oils out there. NZ-made! You won’t be disappointed.

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Wayne Thompson (Auckland)
Beard Balms don't come much better than this one.

This is a great product that leaves a discrete and great fragrance but does not overload the beard. It keeps the beard well-groomed for the day and does the job well.

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