It’s the balm dot com. Beardbrand Utility Balm is designed for the beardsman who needs a do-it-all product. It features all the benefits of their Utility Beard Oil, but in a balm form that gives more control to pesky flyaways. Made with natural ingredients—including shea and mango butter—it works miracles on dry skin, adds shine and vigor to fully healed tattoos, and so much more.
With all-natural shea butter-based products, there is the possibility that the product will develop a grainy consistency. It’s nothing to be alarmed about. You can warm the product in your hands, and it will melt into a smooth balm. Or, try this trick to permanently smooth out the texture.
Battle scars proudly shown Growth doesn't come easily. There are setbacks, defeats, and valuable lessons along the way. Every bump, bruise, scar, broken bone, and broken heart tells a story and should be worn with pride. That same philosophy applies to Beardbrand packaging. Your aluminum bottles and jars will dent and get dinged up along the way. We see it as a reminder to not hide from our scars and imperfections—but to embrace them.
THIS IS NO ORDINARY BEARD BALM
Beard balms were hardly new when Beardbrand launched Utility Balm in 2016, but they had their sights set much higher. So instead of settling for creating just another beard balm, they decided to shake up the market and formulate a do-it-all product for your beard, hair, and skin. Since 2016, Utility Balm has gone on to become one of Beardbrand’s most popular products. The Utility Balm really is a “Swiss Army Knife” of a product, and there are seemingly endless ways to use it. In fact, their Beardbrand Alliance members consistently come up with creative new uses for this magical balm.
HOW TO USE UTILITY BALM
A little goes a long way, so start with a small finger-full, warm between hands, and apply to… well, anywhere on your body. Apply more as needed.
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FREE OF SULFATES / PARABENS / SILICONES / PHTHALATES
Breathe deep—that’s the smell of Old Money. With 23 fragrance notes—including aged oak, amber, and ylang ylang—this is a rich and complex scent that evolves throughout the day. As a fragrance, Old Money is right at home surrounded by rich mahogany, your favorite worn leather chair, a glass of whiskey, and a cigar.