Now offering 12 irresistible scents.

Locke - Cedar and Leather

D.O.A.P. - Coconut & Lemon

Outlaw  - Bourbon and Sandalwood

The Duke - Rum, Vanilla, and Tobacco

Diesel Fuel - Citrus, Bergamot, and Musk

Maverick - Vanilla, Tobacco, and Hints of Cherry

Altus  - Red Saffron, Fresh Red Grapefruit, and Deep Redwood

Tipsy Santa - Vanilla, Bourbon, Candy Canes

Alchemist - Grapefruit, Tea Tree, Eucalyptus

American Classic - Pepper, Amber, Oak

Magnus - Sweet Tobacco

The Rider - White Musk & Sandalwood


All our products are made with 100% natural ingredients which means they don't contain any harsh chemicals or synthetic preservatives guaranteed to irritate your skin or cause a rash or redness around your eyes, nose and mouth like other balm brands do. Our products are made with simple ingredients like beeswax and natural oils which are gentle on sensitive skin but still maintain that burly beautiful sheen.

Our quality ingredients and oils absorb naturally, and do not over-saturate. Our premium beard, skin, and hair products will keep you looking, feeling, and smelling fresh so you can take on the Daily Grind in confidence and style.

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Beard balm has been proven to be the most popular men's grooming product besides beard oil in 2022. It's long lasting, light weight, smells great, and it's easy to apply. So in the battle of Beard Balm vs Beard Butter, the Balm Reigns Supreme.

If you're using a butter or some other type of product for your daily grooming ritual, but not a balm, you're missing out on one of the best products available for your facial hair and skin. Don't get us wrong, Beard butter is great for adding moisture to your beautiful mane or mustache and making it look shiny and clean, but once the oils dry out, your facial hair will be left feeling rough and brittle.

Beard balm creates a smooth surface that allows the oils to penetrate deep within the hair follicles without leaving an oily residue – making it harder for oils to dry out and make your beard brittle.

Everyone's hair is different so don't miss our article Beard Balm vs Beard Butter, to find out more so you can decide what's best for you.