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Best Beard Balm for Beards

The beeswax adds just enough hold to keep the stragglers in line while oil combination keeps your mane soft as your favorite 80s velour shirt."

Patrick Mathis

Here's the Technical Details:

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With Bush Pilot Beard Balm:


 

Seriously though, Bush Pilot Beard Balm is the best. Here's why:

It's non-greasy. I mean sure, it's not a can of dust. It does have oil in it so it'll feel oily initially but what's different about our balm is that it has a higher absorption rate. This means that through the day your hair actually absorbs the balm. Other beard balms use heavy oils like coconut oil which sits on your beard all day and will still be oily 24 hours after you've put it on. It's like you've slathered your face with a piece of pepperoni pizza.

We use better ingredients. Coconut oil is dirt cheap, which is another reason inferior beard balm companies like using it. Our oils are not. We typically spend anywhere from $65 - $110 on each gallon of oil we purchase to use in our balms. We do this because we buy the right oils for the job - which happen to be expensive! Plus, our beeswax is made fresh from a local Amish farmer who has his own apiary. It's top notch!

It's all natural. Hey, we aren't really hippies (we prefer Bible Thumpers or Gun Slingers) but the fact of the matter is that petroleum products aren't great for your hair. So we don't use them. Simple as that.