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|Ingredients:||Castor Oil, Jojoba Oil, Almond Oil, Babassu Oil, Meadowfoam Seed Oil, Olive Oil, Sunflower Oil, Grapeseed Oil, Silk Protein, Panthenol, Vitamin E. (May contain Essential/Fragrance Oils)|
A dual purpose softener and conditioner. A blend of oils, silk protein, and panthenol to help condition and nourish your beard when you want to keep it and make it look great, and also soften and prepare it and your face when the time comes to shave it off.
Scent description: Please see 3oz product pages or our Product Scent Descriptions page for full descriptions.
This is a great way to test the scents and the quality of these oils. 10z of oil can last a few shaves! michael Carter on 14th Oct 2017
Executive man and Sharp Dressed Man are my two new favorite scents. I am going to struggle to choose between the two for a full sized bottle.
Unknown on 6th Oct 2017
These "samples" are about the same size as full bottles at the grocery store. I really enjoy paring them with the same soaps. The ozark mountain goes with a ton of soaps Dave (rChewbacca on reddit) on 9th May 2017
I purchased the menthol barbershop and sharp dress man and loved all three of them. They work and feel amazing, specially if you combine them with the matching shave soap and after splash. Stirling in my opinion is one of the best soap makers with great customers service. Eric on 10th Mar 2017
Not going to say much here. For a pre-shave to prevent razor burn, this is second to none. The next best is easily fifteen bucks more a bottle, for less product.
I'm a fan of both the unscented and the Executive Man, didn't prefer the sterling executive scent, but it's all personal preference.
Each SAMPLE lasts for 2-3 months, easy, so I will order a full bottle just to thank these guys for making an affordable, great shave oil which goes on smoothly, has great consistency and totally changes the shave. Lan on 15th Feb 2017
All three of these oils not only smell terrific, but they have tamed and softened by beard. E. Rekitt on 3rd Jan 2017