#21

Merchant
Thousand Oaks, CA
Davin Thank you so much for your review! It was educational as well as fun to read. I’m so happy you enjoy it. I am working on a beard oil recipe currently, and will post a video soon of how I use the beard balm- it might be helpful in learning the easy way to use the balm. I personally find no issue in working it to the right consistency but this may be something I need to educate on, or adjust the formula to suit users.
Once again, thank you so much for your review!
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#22

Administrator
Philadelphia, PA
I agree with Davin in that I was surprised it was still as firm as it was because it's been quite hot and humid here, couple that with the fact that I keep my beard balms in my bathroom where there's no air conditioning...

the product, to me, definitely doesn't go on as 'easy' as my past tubs of honest amish and current tub of hoot's natural...I'm not sure if it's because of the holding properties in the Beaumont balm or what.
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#23

Merchant
Thousand Oaks, CA
andrewjs18 How are you removing the balm from the jar? Try pushing your thumbnail across the top (so the balm builds up on top of your thumbnail, not under it. At that point you should easily be able to melt it in your hands by rubbing it between your palms. It turns into an oil almost immediately when I do this.
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#24

Administrator
Philadelphia, PA
(07-10-2019, 01:47 AM)TheHandleBar Wrote: andrewjs18 How are you removing the balm from the jar? Try pushing your thumbnail across the top (so the balm builds up on top of your thumbnail, not under it. At that point you should easily be able to melt it in your hands by rubbing it between your palms. It turns into an oil almost immediately when I do this.

with the back of my fingernail.
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