The Whit & Stubble ‘Signature Blend’ Beard Oil is the last of the oils sent from this brand and I have been left, well disappointed. That may sound harsh and trust me I struggle with writing posts in a negative way, however as a reviewer I have to be honest.

The oil itself isn’t really bad, it’s certainly nowhere near  Great British Grooming levels, but it is just very basic and my beard felt dry by early afternoon.

The base for this oil is just Grapeseed oil, I am not knocking Grapeseed oil, it is a good carrier oil but really do you want to be paying £6.95 for a 10ml beard oil that only contains this one carrier oil. As a comparison, today I have started testing a beard oil that has a blend of six carrier oils and is a pound cheaper for 30ml.

Anyway, that of course is my opinion.

The scent for Whit & Stubble ‘Signature Blend’ Beard Oil is a blend of Vetiver, Lime and Sandalwood, the result is a musty and slightly smoky scent with citrus back notes.

As I said the oil comes in a 10ml open neck bottle and costs £6.95 from the Whit and Stubble website.

The Beard oils are also available as;

  • Cinnawood Blend – Grapeseed Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Cinnamon Oil & Cedar wood Oil
  • Gingernut Blend – Virgin Avocado Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Ginger Oil & Nutmeg Oil
  • Citrus Blend – Grapeseed Oil, Lemon Oil & Sweet Orange Oil
  • Minty Fresh Blend – Grapeseed Oil, Peppermint Oil & Tea Tree Oil


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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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