The Balm House Autumn Spice Beard Oil is not an ordinary beard oil, I posted a while back about what a beard oil should be and said that it should be a blend of oils and not just one carrier oil bottled just for profit.

Well the Balm House beard oils are certainly not that, in fact they have a base blend of eight carrier oils!

A bend of Jojoba Seed, Argan, Sweet Almond, Grapeseed, Apricot Kernel, Aloe Vera, Hemp Seed and Vitamin E carrier oils, the result is a light golden oil that is quickly absorbed into the beard hair and without a doubt left my beard feeling softer.

This blend will have taken a lot of time, patience and money to perfect, this is what we pay for and this is what I tell guys to look for. These oils will have been chosen for their individual benefits to the beard hair and the skin under the beard and then as is the case here and always should be, sent off to be assessed and receive a CPSR (Cosmetic Product Safety Report).

Beard care carrier oils

Check out my blog post about carrier oils and their benefits.

The Balm House Autumn Spice Beard Oil is a very warm and slightly spicy scent, it’s a nice scent, I like it but it isn’t a “WOW” for me. It is made up from a blend of Sandalwood, Cedarwood, Black Pepper & Cinnamon Leaf essential oils.

Balm House Logo

The Balm House Autumn Spice Beard Oil comes in a black rectangular glass bottle with a squeeze glass pipette top and costs £12.99 with free P&P from the website.

The oils are also available as;

  • Original Balm House – Unscented
  • Citron Provocateur –  Grapefruit, Orange, Black Pepper & Cinnamon Leaf
  • Morning Dew – a minty peppermint base mixed with the zesty quality of citrus
  • Orphic Forest – The freshness of pine needle meets the woodsy intensity of chopped lumber
  • Citrus Nefarious – Fruity and fresh

Balm House sample pack

The six beard oils are also available as a sample pack of 5ml bottles for £8.50 from the website.

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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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