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Review of Beardpilot ‘Daredevil’ Beard Oil

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I prepared myself, Beardpilot ‘Daredevil’ Beard Oil contains Chilli seed oil and I was prepared to feel the heat on my face, I had previously tested the ‘Daredevil’ Tash wax that left my top lip tingling for about ten minutes.

However I was safe, a slight warm sensation but that was it and so I decided to also use the ‘daredevil’ wax on my tash again and within a minute the skin between my nose and mouth was alive with the heat of Chilli seed oil and I really like that sensation, I would have liked more of that from the oil!

It is certainly a unique oil, but the Chilli seed oil doesn’t stand alone, it’s blended with Black pepper and Tea Tree Oil and this creates a warm and fresh scented oil. This is on a base of Apricot oil, Argan oil, Jojoba oil, Sweet Almond oil and Castor seed oil and this leaves my beard, sorry my ‘wire wool like’ beard softer and with a healthy looking sheen.

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Like all Beardpilot oils, ‘Daredevil’ is quickly absorbed into the beard hair and not only helps to moisturise the beard hair and keep you looking good, but the carrier oils also work on the skin underneath the beard and so it is important to work the oil in properly. This helps to prevent dry skin, beard itch and even spots and also promotes strong hair growth and works to prevent split ends. I say prevent because it can only help, never trust a product that says it definitely eliminates these problems.

Danish Beardpilot truly has everything you need for keeping your beard looking and feeling amazing, using only 100% natural ingredients and made in small batches. Couple the quality with the amazing Beardpilot branding and amazing customer service and you have a winner. I have tested many of their products and all have been top quality and have impressed me and that is why Beardpilot is one of my Top 3 brands.

Beardpilot ‘Daredevil’ Beard Oil comes in a 30ml (1 oz) glass bottle with a glass dropper for dispensing the oil and costs 249 KR from the Beardpilot website which is about £28.80 at today’s exchange rates (3/3/17).

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