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Review of The Beardy Beard Co Pango Beard Oil

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I HAVE RECEIVED THIS PRODUCT IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST, UNBIASED REVIEW

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The Pango beard oil is the last of the beard oils sent for review from Belfast based The Beardy Beard Co.

It has the usual Beardy Beard Co base of

  • Jojoba Oil
  • Sweet Almond Oil
  • Grapeseed Oil
  • Hemp Oil
  • Vit E

And the result is a medium consistency beard oil that does what you would expect from a small batch oil that has a base of all natural ingredients.

It gives the beard a healthy sheen and yet it won’t feel oily/greasy and it helps to soften the beard hair and couple that with using The Beardy Beard Co beard wash and oh wow!

Now Pango!

It is a mash up of the words Pineapple and Mango and this is one of three beard oils where owner and creator Gail has used fragrance oils.

Unfortunately this scent hasn’t worked for me. I like sweet scents and yet something about this is not appealing to me.

It is instantly recognisable as Pineapple and Mango but when I looked at the label, it said that it also contained Frankincense and Grapefruit and so I warmed some in my hands and had another smell and maybe I can pick up some of the resinous Frankincense or is that now only because I know it is in there?

This is why I only look at the label once I have come to a decision on a product.

Most of us would just use Pineapple and Mango when creating this scent, after all that is what it is and this is where the skill in scent blending comes in, clearly Gail recognised the background needed something extra!

Fragrance oils can be either Synthetic or Natural but both are still created in a lab and obviously we sometimes need to use Fragrance oils over Essential oils as some scents do not exist in an essential oil.

I gave Pango a 95/100, the oil blend is a good one but the scent for me wasn’t working, but that is a personal thing.

The Beardy Beard Co

The Pango beard oil comes in a 30ml glass bottle with drip stopper and costs £15 from The Beardy Beard Co website.

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