The Balm House ‘Original Balm House’ Beard Oil is an unscented oil, for me I always prefer a scent but there are many guys who prefer just a good beard oil and are often put off by scents or they use the oil and then top off with a scented balm to give hold and scent.

If that is you, well then you can’t go wrong with the Balm House ‘Original Balm House’ Beard Oil.

Balm House ‘Original Balm House’ Beard Oil is a blend of eight carrier oils that are Jojoba Seed, Argan, Sweet Almond, Grapeseed, Apricot Kernel, Aloe Vera Leaf Juice, Hemp Seed and Vitamin E oils.

The result is a very nice light beard oil that without a doubt has left my wirey old beard feeling soft and I am very pleased to say that I have been very happy with how my beard has been looking whilst using the balm house oils.

I have to say that I really like this unscented beard oil.

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The branding for Balm House is very nicely done, the black rectangular glass bottle looks very stylish with the silver logo and text. I also like the glass dropper, it is without doubt the best of the methods for dispensing beard oil and that coupled with a childproof opening system means your beloved child wont pour your oil down the toilet for fun!

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The Balm House ‘Original Balm House’ Beard Oil comes in a 30ml size 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
  • Morning Dew – a minty peppermint base mixed with the zesty quality of citrus
  • Autumn Spice – Sandalwood, Cedarwood, Black Pepper & Cinnamon Leaf
  • 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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