Having previously reviewed the Belfast Beard Company beard oils, I decided to review them as a batch and I am reviewing them because there has been a change since I last used them! Belfast Beard Co beard oils review.
The change is to the base ingredients of this oil which is a blend of;
- GrapeSeed oil
- Sweet Almond oil
- Hemp oil
Owner and creator Adam now uses a locally sourced Hemp Oil that I have to admit adds something special to his beard oils.
The Belfast Beard Co beard oils come in a 30ml blue tinted glass bottle with a pump dispenser and a lid to cover that and a pump of the dispenser.
The oil has a lovely green tinge to it and the scent of that locally sourced Hemp also slightly seeps in to the scent blend of the oils. The oil has a very nice consistency that is medium, a Goldilocks consistency!
There are seven beard oils available from The Belfast Beard Co;
- Banjaxed – Lemon, Rosemary & Cedarwood
- Craic – Patchouli, Bergamot, Juniper & Pine
- Eejit – Rosemary, Cedarwood, Pine & Juniper
- Original – Patchouli, Cedarwood & Lavender
- Saunter – Rosemary, Cedarwood, Pine & Juniper
- Logy – Sandalwood & Vanilla
Without any doubt my favourite oil from this brand is Logy, this oil has been named after Belfast local Logy who is a street and stage performer and has performed all over the world.
The Sandalwood & Vanilla scent is just amazing and it has an almost hay (ish) like note in there that I really like.
I have to mention the brands ‘Beardy Bollox’ Tee Shirts, it is my favourite tee and my wife has to wrestle it off of me to put it in the wash!
It costs £14.50 from the Belfast Beard Co website.