BEARD MOISTURISER, INIQUITY
  • BEARD MOISTURISER, INIQUITY

    £49.99Price

    If you want to keep your beard healthy, it's time to invest in some Beard Moisturiser. Made from all-natural ingredients and naturally derived fragrances, our Iniquity Beard Moisturiser is a smooth, soothing, no-hold, deep conditioning moisturiser that is perfect for keeping your hair and beard velvety soft and hydrated, and keeping your skin moisturized and healthy.

     

    Our Iniquity Beard Moisturiser includes our signature scent blend of oak, bourbon, black pepper, and amber. It features base ingredients like mango butter, lanolin, and jojoba oil, as well as shea butter which is rich in vitamins and renowned for its anti-aging properties, and cocoa butter which contains several anti-oxidants and is known to improve skin health and elasticity.

     

    Hand Made in London, using the finest ingredients sourced from the UK and packaged with locally sourced materials. Finished and presented in Donald Anthony's trade mark wooden box. Bottled in a 150ml Amber glass to make it reusable, recyclable and ensure the fragrance has the same intense scent on your skin, hair and body after every use. Never containing parabens, sulphates, SLS or petrochemicals, and are not tested on animals

    • KEY INGREDIENTS

      Shea Butter (Butyrospermum Parkii), Mango Seed Butter (Mangifera Indica), Cocoa Seed Butter (Theobroma Cacao), Lanolin, Jojoba Oil (Simmondsia Chinesis Oil), Apricot Oil (Prunus Armeniaca Oil), Fragrance (Naturally Derived), And Beeswax (Cera Flava)

    • BENEFITS

      We heard all about the itching, the dryness and the dreaded flakes being endured by bearded men, with little out there to resolve such issues. So, we created this beard moisturiser to minimise irritation, combat brittle hair, retain moisture and ultimately keep beards smooth.

    • HOW TO USE

      Warm up a small amount in your hands and starting at the base of the beard run the moisturiser upwards through your facial hair. Try to get the moisturiser as close to the skin as possible and then pull it out through your fingers, this way you coat the top. Finish by combing into shape.