I have finally got round to testing the products from this Danish company and I have been itching (no pun intended) to test these products and so I have started with Beardpilot ‘Connoisseur’ Beard Balm.

Golden Beard Award
Golden Beard Award

I decided to start with a Balm, the majority of products that I get to test are oils and so it’s nice to test a Balm when the opportunity arises.

First off image to mention the Beardpilot branding, I’m sure you know what I’m going to say because the photo of the products is so damn sexy!

Branding is as important as the product inside, we shop with our eyes as well as the information about the product, branding can mean a sale over another product because we all want a nice looking product.

Beardpilot have hit a home run with their branding and I’m pleased to say that the products are as good as the beautiful look on the outside.


Beard Pilot products

I have used ‘Connoisseur’ Beard Balm, I have a very messy beard and so a Balm or heavy oil is best for me and Beardpilot is the first balm that I have used that comes in different strengths of hold and ‘Connoisseur’ is a medium hold and ‘City Slicker’ which I will test soon is a strong hold.


‘Connoisseur’ Beard Balm is made from Beard Pilot is Coconut oil, Beeswax, Cocoa butter, Shea butter, Sweet Almond oil, Argan oil and Jojoba oil withTorchwood and Lavender oil.

I hadn’t heard of Torchwood oil and so I turned to good old Google (other search engines are available), Torchwood is another name for West Indian Sandalwood and is called Torchwood as it is highly flammable.

The balm has that floral lavender scent with an earthy almost Cedarwood like aroma from the Torchwood, it gave my beard a good hold and I was pleased with the way it felt.

This balm is equally as good as my previous favourite and I was reluctant to stop using using it but alas I have to limit the time spent using each product as I have a queue and can’t get too far behind, however the good news is that I have three more Beardpilot products to test.

Beardpilot logo

The balm comes in a 60ml/2oz tin and is available from the Beardpilot website for 249,00 KR which at today’s exchange rate is £25.86.

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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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