Scent: Spearmint, pine, earthy, refreshing, masculine, energizing.
Evokes: Stepping out of your mountain cabin and breathing in the fresh crisp air.
How To Apply: Dispense 6-8 drops from dropper into your palm, rub into hands, rub into beard. Comb through for extra shine. External use only.
Packaging: 1 oz. tinted green glass bottle with childproof lock dropper.
Good For: Relieving beard itch, sensitive skin, moisturizing, softening beard, eliminating split ends.
Strengths: Thicker than most beard oils, so a little goes a long way. Quick absorption.
Should Last You: 3-4 months
Of Note: Cruelty free, paraben free, no cheap fragrance oils.
Ingredients:Ricinus communis (castor) seed oil*, helianthus Annuus (sunflower) seed oil*, Simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) seed oil*, butyrospermum parkii (Shea) seed oil, argana spinosa (argan) kernel oil, sclerocarya birrea (marula) seed & adansonia digitata (baobab) seed oil, tocopheryl (vitamin E) acetate, cedarwood, patchouli, cypress, & spearmint essential oils.*Certified Organic.
Mountain Fact: Charles Darwin struggled to cook potatoes in his mountain adventures. “Having crossed the Peuquenes (Piuquenes), we descended into a mountainous country, intermediate between the two main ranges, and then took up our quarters for the night. We were now in the republic of Mendoza. The elevation was probably not under 11,000 feet [...]. At the place where we slept water necessarily boiled, from the diminished pressure of the atmosphere, at a lower temperature than it does in a less lofty country; the case being the converse of that of a Papin's digester. Hence the potatoes, after remaining for some hours in the boiling water, were nearly as hard as ever. The pot was left on the fire all night, and next morning it was boiled again, but yet the potatoes were not cooked.”
Artius Man Mountain Air Beard Oil 1 oz.