A combination of Cedar and Fir Needle, gives Mountaineer Brand Magic Beard Balm Timber a fresh scent that is reminiscent of wooded slopes and the great outdoors.

Cedar on its own is not a favourite of mine but when it is blended well with another oil, it really smells very good and this marriage of Cedar and Fir Needle works very well.

Mountaineer Brand Magic Beard Balm Timber is a softer consistency than many balms and is easy to scoop from the tin even in winter, although that is a British winter and not a -40 Canadian Winter!

The Beard balm easily softens in your palms and works very easily into your beard and down onto the skin under the beard. It gives your beard a slight hold and so it feels natural, I know some guys don’t like the feel of a firm hold. It’s also very important to remember that beard care is just as important for the skin under your beard as it is for the beard hair. It will help stop dry skin and help prevent beard itch and I have even used a beard balm on my dogs ears as he gets dry skin on the tips and it works.

Mountaineer Brand Magic Beard Balm Timber is a blend of all natural oils and butters, beeswax, essential oils of Cedarwood and Fir Needle and it also contains Vitamin E oil which will keep your skin in the best possible condition. I am a great fan of Beard care products like this, made in small batches and 100% natural.

Contained in a 2 oz (60g) tin, Mountaineer Brand Magic Beard Balm Timber is available from their website for $12.50 which is £10.17 or €11.86 (7th Jan 17).

The Mountaineer Balms are also available in

Citrus & Spice – Citrus, Clove, and Spices

Pine Tar – That Pine Tar scent with Eucalyptus and Lavender

Original – Lime, Fir Needle and Grapefruit

Coal – Sage, Peppermint and Patchouli

The Original and Timber are also available as a Heavy Duty Balm

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By Zechariah Richardson

Over 50, disabled, husband, father and gramps who reviews products and writes blog posts about his life, beekeeping, gardening and whatever pops into his brain!

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