Frostwood Beard Balm • Winter
About This Precious…
You are wizard in your soul. You stroll alone through ancient forests. You have only turned a few insolent fools into frogs. Frostwood is your beard balm.
About The Formula
FOR THE CONTROLLING OF THE BEARD
The purpose of beard balm is getting the proper balance of moisture and control, and in formulating one, getting just the right ratios is a trick. Too soft and it doesn’t last long enough in your beard, too firm, and it’s a beard wax.
This one uses beeswax from a historic family farm, non-pore clogging Shea butter, and our secret weapon, Oat oil. This liquid silk of a carrier oil banishes dry and flaky skin under a beard, has excellent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, absorbs slowly, and lasts all day.
Is This Even The Right Product For You?
What does your beard need most?
- Moisture ~ You need beard oil, beard butter, or both
- Control ~ You need beard wax
- Both ~ You need beard balm, but the addition of beard butter would not be untoward
Do you like warm scents or cool scents?
- Warm (wood, spice, citrus, etc.) ~ You’re looking for Dragonsea or Hearthstone
- Cool (aquatic, herbs, moss, etc.) ~ You’re looking for Fjordmist, Frostwood, or perhaps Spiritbrook
- Light to Unscented ~ You’re looking for Spiritbrook or Deepwell
Do you like bright scents or deep scents?
- Bright (citrus, florals, etc) ~ You’re looking for Fjordmist or Dragonsea
- Deep (earth, woods, etc.) ~ You’re looking for Hearthstone or Frostwood
About the Inspiration
Pristine, icy days in the deep woods under endless slate grey skies
Crisp, elegant, mossy coniferous woods
Ingredients & Other Details
Shea Butter, Beeswax, Oat Oil, Vitamin E, Castor Oil, Grapeseed Oil
Essential Oils & Absolutes Of:
*Silver Fir, *Black Spruce, *Vetiver, Oakmoss, *Atlas Cedarwood, Blue Yarrow, Cypress Leaf, Spikenard
*denotes organic ingredient
Tips & Directions
Rub a small amount of balm (varies depending on beard size, about the size of a pea) between fingers until no clumps remain and smooth over the surface of your beard, working a bit into the interior, as well as the mustache. Use as often as desired.
The easiest way to get it out of the jar is by scraping forward with the back of your fingernail or thumbnail. Best used fresh out of the shower or on damp beard.