Superfurry 'Mike's Pine' Beard Polisher

Review: Superfurry ‘Mike’s Pine’ Beard Polisher

Review: Superfurry ‘Mike’s Pine’ Beard Polisher

Review: Superfurry ‘Mike’s Pine’ Beard Polisher
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I received a pot of Superfurry ‘Mike’s Pine’ Beard Polisher and probably like you are now, I thought “a what?”

This is what I love about testing and reviewing products, all too often the products are very much the same but there are some products out there that are unique.

I opened up the whopping 175ml glass pot and I have to hold my hands up and admit, I was sceptical!

Superfurry 'Mike's Pine' Beard Polisher contents

The contents looked how I can only describe as almost like petroleum jelly and I was even more worried. However the ‘Beard Polisher’ is made up using only natural ingredients and there is certainly no petroleum jelly in the mix.

So after a beard wash using the Superfurry Beer beard Wash, I took a small amount of the Superfurry ‘Mike’s Pine’ Beard Polisher, worked it in my hands and gently started working it into my beard hair and WOW!

It was absorbed into my beard very easily and left it feeling softer, it created a nice healthy sheen. It provided a nice hold keeping my unruly beard looking really good. I have to say that this product is one that you have to try, seriously it’s so good.

The Superfurry ‘Mike’s Pine’ Beard Polisher is made up from Beeswax, Shea butter, Coconut oil, Safflower oil, Sweet Almond oil and Castor oil.

I guess if I had to describe it, I would say it sits between an oil and a balm.

Now the scent is not what I would choose, it’s a scent created from a blend of Pine, Cedar Virginia and Vetiver essential oils and it is very woody but I don’t dislike it and I am not usually keen on the very woody scents.

This is what Superfurry say about the scent:

Starting with smokey earthy grounded Vetiver, a mythical component. Taking over by Cedar, the noble wooden note, just like a fresh chopped Pine tree. Topping off with a generous dash of opulent pine. This fragrance is like a walk trough a forest with fresh chopped pine trees, with half pulled out roots of the ground. A masculine and butch without any compromise.

I have started using the The 40 Crooks Of Ali Baba Beard Polisher today. I can tell you already that the scent coupled with this amazing product will get it the ‘Golden Beard Award’.

The Superfurry ‘Mike’s Pine’ Beard Polisher is available from the Superfurry website and the 175ml jar costs 25 euros.

The Beard Polisher is also available as:

  • Whiskey and Tobacco – old Scottish oak barrel aged Whiskey, and moist tropic raw colonial tobacco from Bali
  • Fresh Formula – Italian Bergamot in harmony with Peppermint
  • Arctic Freeze – Niaouli, Eucalyptus, Peppermint, Tea-Tree, Camphor and Rosemary
  • Captain Barbarossa – created the ginger beard from a Irish flaming red to a mahogany deep red, and everything in between.
  • Poivre Noir – Black Pepper, Cedar Atlantic, Cedar Virginia, Rosemary and Cinnamon
  • Rum & Raisins – Cinnamon from Ceylon in harmony powder soft Chamomile and the sharp edge of dark Rum
  • Spiced Formula – Clove and Chamomile
  • Spunky Mandarin – Mild and sweet Mandarin with a bold background of black pepper and aromatic Mediterranean Rosemary.
  • White Bear – Anise, Mint and Rosemary (To be discontinued)
  • Sterling 925 – Created especially for white, silver, salt & pepper and badger beards, the solution to avoid the ugly haze from standard beard oils and balms that ruin your pristine immaculate white beards

Superfurry Privilege Edition Beard Polisher

There is also a range of ‘Privilege Edition’ Beard Polisher available. This comes in a handcrafted mahogany jar from the workshop of Thijs Kroon.

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2 thoughts on “Review: Superfurry ‘Mike’s Pine’ Beard Polisher”

  1. Superfurry Beard Polish looks great…the Sterling 925 especially created for cloud beards is very very very interesting 🤔

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