I have been using Mo Bro’s ‘Vanilla and Mango’ Beard Soap /Conditioner that came as part of the Mo Bro’s XL gift tin.

It’s important to use a beard soap or shampoo on your beard and not ordinary soap or shampoo as soap and shampoo is actually designed to strip the oil away from your skin and shampoo and oils are actually very beneficial to our beard hair, but you knew that because hopefully you are already using an oil or balm (that contains oil) as part of your daily beard care routine.

Oils actually help keep our beard soft and prevent split ends, beard itch and beardruff.

Mo Bro’s Vanilla and Mango Beard Soap/Conditioner smells exactly as described, although it’s not as strong smelling as the Vanilla and Mango oil and balm.

Now I must mention that its not ideal to be using beard soap or shampoo on your beard every single day, I wash mine twice a week and rinse it with water twice a day at other times, that manly scruff on your face may make you look rugged and able to survive any situation but it’s actually quite a task to make sure its always looking good and stays strong and healthy, although Mo Bro’s claim that the soap will not dry your beard out.

The soap produces a good lather even in the hard Essex water and rinses out easily leaving your beard feeling clean, fresh and ready to apply an oil or balm.

Using a beard soap or shampoo is an important part of your beard care routine and you cant go wrong with Mo Bro’s Vanilla and Mango Beard Soap/Conditioner. The soap can be purchased from the website for £5.49 for the 80g bar or £4.94 on the subscription service.

Even though Mo Bro’s are possibly one of the biggest Beard care products companies, they still pride themselves on providing customer care that gives the company the feel of a small company where customers views and needs are listened to.

This is what Mo Bro’s have to say about their company

Mo Bro’s is a beard grooming company that sells high quality products. It was founded just over a year ago by three brothers. It all started when they decided to grow their beards for Movember. As you probably know already, growing a beard is not easy. If you don’t take care of it, the results may not be what you expected. It needs special attention and products to keep it from being itchy and messy. The three brothers soon came up with brilliant ideas to solve this problem and started developing high quality grooming products. They loved it so much that they wanted to share it with the rest of the world. So if you have a beard, you might fall in love with our products!

Since launching in November 2014 we have served over 100,000 fellow beards men all over the world!

Here at Mo Bro’s Grooming, we are dedicated to making every customer a happy customer. Although we are based in the United Kingdom, we will not deprive any customers of our products. Not only do we deliver worldwide, we deliver to Europe completely free. As well as having 100% handmade products, we create them using the highest quality materials whilst keeping our products affordable for the every day man. We create all of the necessary products a fine fellow like yourself will need, varying from products such as beard soaps and beard oils that will keep your facial wingman clean and soft, to products that will help you maintain and groom your beard such as scissors and beard combs.

If you’re new to the beard growing world and don’t know where to start, have no fear, you can always contact one of our live agents through the LiveChat service. If the LiveChat is unavailable, you are always welcome to email us at hello@mobros.co.uk and we will respond within 24-48 hours to help you out.

If you have an urgent query about your order please call us on 01163191080 and someone from our customer service team will be more than happy to assist you.


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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