I have heard a lot about Fellows For Him and finally I get to add them to the reviews, Fellows For Him ‘Autumn Warmth’ Beard Oil was a good start, the scent is very nice.

A blend of Rosewood, Black Pepper, Patchouli and Cedarwood essential oils has created a warm scent that is woody and floral and the Patchouli works very well in this blend.

Fellows logoI hold my hands up and admit that I got Fellows wrong, I had seen the website but I hadn’t looked at the products in detail and I thought that the oils may possibly be just mass produced and wouldn’t be like the small one man or woman products that are often the best. Fellows For Him ‘Autumn Warmth’ Beard Oil has shown me that I couldn’t have been more wrong.

Fellows For Him ‘Autumn Warmth’ Beard Oil has been a nice beard oil, its a shame the bottle has an open neck but then I would prefer that to one of the dripper stops that are painfully slow.

The Fellows For Him oils are a blend of six carrier oils, Sweet Almond Oil, Jojoba Oil, Moroccan Argan Oil, Avocado Oil, Vitamin-E Oil and Castor Oil and it left my beard feeling soft throughout the day. It is a light to medium consistency beard oil that is absorbed into the beard hair quickly and doesn’t leave your beard feeling or looking oily even when you use a little bit extra, which is always something I test.

The Fellows For Him ‘Autumn Warmth’ Beard Oil is available in two sizes, a 10ml open neck bottle for £7.95 and a 30ml with a pump dispenser for £16.95

The Fellows For Him Beard Oils are also available as

  • Arctic Blast – Spearmint, Tea Tree & Thyme essential oils
  • Citrus Forest – Pine, Lime, Cedarwood & Sandalwood Amyris essential oils
  • Coconut & Lime – Lime essential oil and Parfum
  • Fruit Twist – Grapefruit, Sweet Orange, Lemon & Lime essential oils and Parfum
  • Plain Sailing – No Scent
  • Vanilla Cream – Parfum
  • Vanilla Latte – Parfum

You can also keep up to date with Fellows For Him on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram

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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