The Balm House Morning Dew Beard Oil is the last of the six oils that Balm House offers.

I have been happy with the results from using the oils, they have left my beard feeling softer without a doubt and the oil is absorbed well.

The base for the oils is a blend of eight oils, it is a blend of Jojoba Seed, Argan, Sweet Almond, Grapeseed, Apricot) Kernel, Aloe Vera Leaf Juice, Hemp Seed & Vitamin E carrier oils and the result is a light golden oil.

The scent for the Morning Dew beard oil is made up from Grapefruit, Lemon, Peppermint & Tea Tree Essential Oils.

For me this blend doesn’t quite work, the Tea tree and Peppermint over power the Grapefruit and the Lemon to the point where I struggled to notice them in the scent blend. It is a shame because if the Tea Tree and Peppermint but mainly the Tea Tree, were taken down a notch or two, then the citrus might come through and totally change the oil.

The Morning Dew Beard Oil like all of the Balm House products have been safety assesses and hold a CPSR (Cosmetic Safety Report). Cosmetic Products Regulation EC 1223/2009 requires a detailed safety assessment – the CPSR – before products can be marketed within the EU.

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The Balm House Morning Dew Beard Oil comes in a 30ml (1fl oz) black rectangular glass bottle with a childproof lid and costs £12.99 from the website with free postage.

The oils are also available as;

  • Orphic Forest – Sandalwood, Rosewood, Cedarwood & Pine Needle
  • Citron Provocateur –  Grapefruit, Orange, Black Pepper & Cinnamon Leaf
  • Citrus Nefarious – Grapefruit, Lime, Orange & Lemon
  • Autumn Spice – Sandalwood, Cedarwood, Black Pepper & Cinnamon Leaf
  • Original Balm House – Unscented

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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