The essential oil used on Irish beard balm’s Clove has notes of warm and spicy woods with a slightly fruity top. Though describing the clove fragrance is difficult, it’s a well-known scent. It’s one of those fragrances that is totally polarizing — either you love it or you hate it. For those who love it, the Clove balm lets you enjoy the fragrance from the comfort of your beard, all day long
Irish beard balm blends coconut oil, sweet almond oil, jojoba oil, argan oil, hemp oil, and beeswax.
The ingredients in Irish beard balm are all-natural and certified organic. The balms contain absolutely no chemicals or artificial preservatives.
Unlike most other beard balms on the market, Irish beard balm’s recipe doesn’t include cocoa, shea or other kinds of butter that are used to thicken balms. In testing, I found that butters built up in my beard over time, making it heavy. After extensive research and development, I discovered a way to make balms that didn’t use butters and left my beard feeling light.
All Irish beard balms use the same base ingredients. The only difference between the variety of options is the essential oil used to create each of the fragrances.