Grave Before Shave Beard Balms have developed a great following and getting some very good reviews from users. In my review today, I would like to cover two of the best selling Grave Before Shave Beard Balms.
Grave Before Shave Bay Rum Beard Balm
The Grave Before Shave Bay Rum Beard Balm is extremely popular, with the Bay Rum scent being reminiscent of the old style barber shops of a century ago. Features of this product include:
- Comes in a 2 ounce tin.
- Tames the beard keeping stray strands in check.
- Bay rum scent.
- Deep conditions the beard hairs.
- Made with only the finest oils and butters to leave beards feeling soft and manageable.
This products contains excellent softening for your beard and moisturizing for your skin natural ingredients which will not only boost the beard’s health but also take care of your skin. So, let’s have a look at the ingredients:
Coconut oil, Shea butter, beeswax, Tea Tree oil, Pure apricot oil, Jojoba oil, Sweet Almond oil, Vitamin E, Aloe vera and other unnamed essential oils.
Directions for Use
It is quite simple to apply this balm. Just remove a small amount of it from the tin using the back of your thumb nail and soften the balm between your hands. Then, apply to your beard working it in with either your hands or a comb.
What the Reviews Say
Ratings and reviews for the “Grave Before Shave Bay Rum Beard Balm” are exceptionally good with the vast majority of users experiencing a lot of benefits from using this product including:
Softens Beard: A large number of users were really impressed at how well this beard balm actually softened their coarse beard hairs, stating that their beard became noticeably softer.
Tames Stray Hairs: They also said that it definitely tames those stray wiry hairs making their beard look less wild and much more neat and tidy.
Conditions Chin Under the Beard: It conditions the skin of the chin under their beard very well, making it feel less dry and itchy.
Non-Greasy: Users state that it is less greasy than other products they have used on their beard, leaving it less shinning and oily looking.
Lingering Scent: Men who like its scent also like the fact that while the scent fades, it somewhat lingers as long as the balm is on the beard.
Grave Before Shave Beard Balm
This Grave Before Shave Beard Balm has an outdoor kind of piney scent that some users prefer over the bay rum beard balm.
Let’s see some of its features:
- Comes in a 2 or 4 ounce container.
- Conditions your beard.
- Made from the finest oils and butters.
- Designed to keep stray beard hairs in place.
The ingredients in this balm are the same except that the bay rum beard balm has a bay rum scent. These ingredients include: Coconut oil, Shea Butter, Beeswax, Tea Tree Oil, Pure Apricot oil, Jojoba Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Vitamin E, Aloe and other essential oils.
Since these two “Grave Before shave beard balms” contain the same active ingredients, but are scented differently, we assume that the difference in scents is due to the “other essential oils” contained in both products.
What the Reviews Say
Reviews for the “Grave Before Shave Beard Balm” are very positive with the vast majority of users sharing the following positive experiences by using it.
Tames Stray Hairs- People like the fact that it tames the stray hairs of their beard leaving them with a tidy and neater looking beard.
No Oily Sheen- One thing that men who sport beards don’t like is the oily sheen that some products leave in their beard, making it look greasy and dirty. With this beard balm there is no oily sheen and their beard looks healthy and clean all day long.
Softens Beard Hairs- They are also pleased with the fact that this balm actually conditions their beard hairs leaving their beard feeling soft.
While the majority of users like its piney scent, there are also few users who are not so fond of this scent. Of course, when it comes to the scent that is purely and individual choice.
While Grave Before Shave beard balm may not have been on the market as long as some other beard balm brands, it is a great working product that seems to be winning its share of followers and is definitely worth trying for any man who wants to tame their beard.