FROSTWOOD IS...Translucent frosted firs above and a crisp blanket of nettles below, breath and wind and the crack of bending ice all that stir in the lengthening shadows of the living ancient wood.
Benefits: Our beard oil formula is a favorite amongst some demanding beards, because we know how to mix a blend that deeply conditions and lasts all day. Our beard oil is uniquely balanced to deliver powerful nutrients from a host of nature’s most skin loving ingredients while not clogging pores or overdoing barrier function, despite the intensively rich oils therein.
How to Use Beard Oil: Shake well (some oils may settle). Spread 5-10 drops (depending on beard size) between palms, apply upward into damp beard. Comb through. Repeat daily, or as often as needed or desired. For thick, dense, dry hair, especially long manes, try beard oil as a hair oil through your ends.
Tips from the Alchemist: Beard oil can be used alone, but you get even longer-lasting benefits by cocktailing with another beard product - mix with beard butter to add more emollient to your beard care, top with beard balm to add more protection, or follow with beard wax and blow dry in to give fine, short to medium beards added bulk.
The Lore: In the Realm, Frostwood Forest is an expansive grove of ancient Ironwood trees in the always winter mountains of Jotunheim, towering giants that have existed since the beginning and do not grow or seed, sacred to the northern Giants.
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