Review of Arthur J Hawke ‘Winter Spice’ Beard Oil.
I have seen the Arthur j Hawke beard oils around for quite some time, but I have only just used them and I started with the Cherry Cola oil. Out of the two I prefer the scent of the Winter Spice beard oil.
For the past month or so my reviews have been filmed but today I have a dodgy voice through catching a cold and so it’s back to written review and I will get a review filmed for the oil at a later date!
The base for the Arthur J Hawke ‘Winter Spice’ Beard Oil is made up from Apricot Kernel, Hazelnut, Sweet Almond, Grapeseed, Rice Bran, Castor, Argan and Jojoba carrier oils.
The result is a nice oil, it was absorbed into the beard hair okay and my beard felt nicer for using it compared to having nothing on my beard at all. As I said in the Cherry Cola review, it is a nice oil, you wouldn’t be disappointed with it but it’s not WOW, it’s just a nice oil, middle of the road as they say!
The scent I do like, it is fruity and has a nice warmth but there was an issue. At the time of writing this review the label says that it contains essential oils and the website says that it is made from 100% natural ingredients. The scent is Apple & Cinnamon and you can’t get Apple essential oil, it is a fragrance oil.
The label also doesn’t list any allergens, a Batch No or use by information as it should for sale in the EU.
It does seem picky to mention this and the brand is going to relabel their oils, but this is for safety and many guys don’t realise that some of the allergens can cause some serious issues.
Also if I was choosing a beard care product, I would want to know what makes up the scent before making a decision.
But I very much respect a brand that responds to issues and corrects them , many don’t want to know about criticism and just ignore it.
The Arthur J Hawke ‘Winter Spice’ Beard Oil comes in a 10ml glass bottle with a glass dropper to dispense the oil and costs £8.99 from the website.
Arthur J Hawke also sells grooming & shaving and hair styling products.