Fellows For Him ‘Citrus Forest’ Beard Oil is exactly that, the woody scent is amazing and as my wife said, it’s like walking into a timber merchants and that coupled with the fresh citrus scent of the lime makes this one very nice scent.

The scent is made up from a blend of Pine, Lime, Cedarwood and Sandalwood Amyris essential oils, the scent is very balanced with the fresh citrus and pine being on the same level as the woody scents. Once on the beard the scent is quite subtle though which surprised me and even when I used some extra.

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The base for the ‘Citrus Forest’ scent is a blend of six carrier oils, Sweet Almond Oil, Jojoba Oil, Moroccan Argan Oil, Avocado Oil, Vitamin-E Oil and Castor Oil. These oils will have been chosen because they will help to soften your beard, moisturise the skin under the beard to help prevent the dreaded itch and beardruff and to help promote strong growth.

The Fellows For Him ‘Citrus Forest’ Beard Oil is easy to work into the beard hair and you don’t need to use a lot to get the desired results. The beard hair isn’t left looking or feeling oily or greasy and feels naturally softer.

Fellows logoFellows For Him ‘Citrus Forest’ Beard Oil is available form the website in a 10ml open neck bottle for £7.95 and a 30ml with pump dispenser for £16.95.

The Fellows For Him Beard Oils are also available as

  • Arctic Blast – Spearmint, Tea Tree & Thyme essential oils
  • Autumn Warmth – Rosewood, Black Pepper, Patchouli & Cedarwood 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

Fellows also offers Beard Sets, Shower products, Face, Hair and Shave products and is also planning a range of ‘Fellows For Her’ products

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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