Scotch Porter CONDITIONING Beard Balm
Our newly reformulated Conditioning Beard Balm is a smooth and pliable balm that immediately conditions, promotes a soft, thick growing beard and moisturizes and maintains the skin under the beard with Biotin Liposomes & White Willow Bark. For dry or coarse beards.
Top Notes: Sandalwood and Carnation
Middle Notes: Warm Oakmoss, Spicy Notes and Powdery Musk
Base Notes: Vanilla, Cashmere Wood and Amber
Massage a dime (small beards) to quarter sized (big beards) amount of our Scotch Porter Beard Balm into your beard thoroughly.
PRO TIP: Getting the right amount of product on your beard takes some time. Be patient, grasshopper. You can determine the exact amount for your beard’s texture and length as you go along. These are merely starting points.
- Biotin Liposomes– Known to be a key ingredient for strong hair, skin and nails. Biotin is a water-soluble B complex vitamin, which our body cannot store, so it should be utilized from external sources. Deficiency of this vitamin can cause a rash on the skin or scalp, along with dull, brittle appearance of the hair and nails. Biotin has eight possible stereoisomers that exist. D-Biotin is the only stereoisomer that originates in nature and that is enzymatically active, which makes it unique and beneficial. Our Biotin is encapsulated into a liposome for enhanced delivery.
- Nettle Leaf – Rich in Vitamin A, C, D, B and also, a good source of protein and amino acids, Stinging Nettle Leaf aka Nettle Leaf, can help promote hair growth. Also, rich in Silica and Sulphur can, it assists with making hair shinier and healthier.
- White Willow Bark – White Willow Bark Extract known for its flake reduction benefits, helps reduce inflammation and associated redness, plus, it acts as an effective antimicrobial. The natural salicylates found in white willow bark provide UV protection and help decrease irritation. Additionally, white willow is useful in increasing the rate of cellular renewal, ensuring that dull, dead skin cells are exfoliated thus decreasing the likelihood of dry and/or problem skin.