Whilst I like a nice beard oil, I will always favour a Beard Balm and ‘Orchard’ Beard Balm from Mad Viking is definitely one to favour!
A medium hold beard balm, Mad Viking Balm has slightly grainy texture when worked in your hands, however this isn’t felt when worked into your beard. A scent of apple with a slight hint of vanilla that is at the perfect strength and leaves your beard feeling fresh and the balm left my beard feeling naturally soft and looking good. I have enjoyed using this balm, nice one Mad Viking!
Using a product like ‘Orchard’ Beard Balm will not only help to keep your beard looking and feeling good, it will also help to keep the skin under the beard in good condition. This helps to prevent beard itch and beardruff and we all know that itching has been the reason for many guys to sacrifice the beard and shave.
A blend of cold pressed Sweet Almond, Apricot Kernel, Pumpkinseed, Avocado, Grapeseed and Jojoba oils with Vitamin E oil, Virgin Shea Butter, Cocoa Butter and Beeswax with the essential oils added to give that Apple and Vanilla scent.
‘Orchard’ Beard Balm from Mad Viking doesn’t come in the usual tin, it’s housed in a 2 or 4oz black plastic pot that is similar to a hair gel pot with the black Mad Viking branding and it looks really good. The balm is available from the Mad Viking website for $15.99 for the 2oz pot and $24.99 for the 4oz, you don’t have to be a genius to figure out that the 4oz is amazing value!
Mad Viking Beard Balm is also available in the following scents
- 1 Dragons Head balm (Coconut, lime)
- 1 Mjolnir balm (Cedarwood, Mint, Sandalwood)
- 1 Ravn Rom balm (Bay Rum)
- 1 Blodorn balm (Coffee, Chocolate, Mint)
- 1 Berserker balm (Lemongrass, Mint, Patchouli, Sandalwood)
- 1 Yggdrasil balm ( Scotch Pine, Bergamot)
- 1 Gungnir balm (Anise, Clove, Sandalwood)
- 1 Ragnarok balm (Tangerine, Lemon, Lime)
- 1 Laderrock balm (Leather)
- 1 The Hollow (Cedarwood, Sandalwood, Pine, Vetiver)