Men's Beard Balm to Condition and Hydrate
Men's Beard Balm to Condition and Hydrate
Men's Beard Balm to Condition and Hydrate
Men's Beard Balm to Condition and Hydrate
Men's Beard Balm to Condition and Hydrate
Art 2 Heart

Men's Beard Balm to Condition and Hydrate

Regular price $12.00 $0.00 Unit price per

Made in northern Minnesota, this balm hydrates, conditions, and tames your beard, adding luster and hold. Simply scrape a dime-sized amount with nail and melt between hands, then work it into beard and skin.

Offered in 3 scents in 2-oz tins. 

1) Sawtooth Mountain Cedar Citrus Beard Balm: Notes of Rustic Cedar & Zesty Orange

INSPIRATION: The Sawtooth Mountains (bearing names like Oberg, Leveaux, Moose,Murphy and Eagle) stretch some 30 miles along Lake Superior’s North Shore, from Carlton Peak near Tofte, all the way to Grand Marais. Viewed together, they thrust upward from the waters of Gitchi Gummi like the serrated teeth of an enormous blade. This is a land of forests, where in the fall the reds, oranges and yellows of the changing maples make the hills look afire. It is a terrain still wild, cut by ancient rivers, dotted by waterfalls and full of mystery. We invite you to try this balm and get in on one of secrets of the Arrowhead.

2)  The Workshop: Notes of Rustic Cedar, Aromatic Sandalwood, Fresh Cut Spruce

INSPIRATION: Grandpa’s workshop with smells of fresh cut northland wood, countless tools, the big saw, a planer and lathe. Magical! 

3) Mariner Pride: Notes of Wintergreen & Refreshing Fir 

INSPIRATION: In the fall of 1975, Lake Superior sank the Edmund Fitzgerald, a freighter and none of the 29 crew members survived. At over 700 feet long, the ship could carry 26,000 tons of iron ore and had done so for 17 years. Like the high seas, the Great Lakes demand the respect of all those who sail them. Their chilly depths have claimed some 6,000 vessels and more than 30,000 lives. The Mariner Pride beard balm is in honor of all those lost at sea and for those we await a safe return. Here's to the men of November!