Review: Can You Handlebar Goodwill Beard Balm

When it comes to beard care products, the market has been flooded with tonnes of them! But only a few have achieved the “essential” mark and one of them being a beard balm has become a staple in the regimen. Something that nourishes the facial hair, holds them naturally and is easy in application and styling. So lets discuss Can you handlebar Goodwill beard balm whom the brand calls “dry oil”and see how much it justifies its name!

About the brand

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Since its inception in 2012, Can You Handlebar has been producing men’s grooming products focusing on moustache and beard care. All the products (oils, waxes, beard balms) are US made and are produced, packaged and shipped from their in house facility which allows them to keep an eye on the quality.  Recently few more products have been added to their range like Tattoo Balm, Face Lotion and Beard Shampoo. The company also has a blog about beard and moustache care called, The Beard Mentor.

Product Description

The soft wax is housed in a tin can with a tightening cap which makes it perfect for both local travel & globetrotting.

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Product Claim

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A beard balm that is warm, spiced and subtly sweet.  Goodwill marries the aromatic spice of clove with the natural sweetness and zest of fresh orange.  Scented with essential oils, it’s designed to give you an initial burst of fragrance that will wear in subtly throughout the day.

Ingredients

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Lanolin, Ricinus Communis (Castor) Seed Oil, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride (Fractionated Coconut), Beeswax, Fragrance (Essential Oils), Tocopherol Acetate (Vitamin E), Butyrospermum ParkII (Shea) Butter

Directions to use

Apply a pea-sized amount to your hands, emulsify, and apply to beard and moustache to style and condition. For best use, warm the balm between your fingers before rubbing into your facial hair. Also the Can You Handlebar Beard Oil Brush fits the Beard Dry Oil (Beard Balm) tin perfectly. So, a small turn with the brush into the can makes it possible to go “handsfree”

Price

$20 for 2oz.

Conclusion

Pros

  1. The beard balm is soft and liquefies easily, so the application is smooth and effortless.
  2. The natural ingredients like beeswax and castor oil and particularly good in the root to tip nourishment of the hair.
  3. It holds the beard lightly making it manageable and softer.
  4. Only a pea-sized amount of the balm is needed for short to medium beards.
  5. It gives a subtle but much needed shine to the beard for a well-looked after look.

Cons

  1. The smell is a little overpowering but can be easily ignored for the excellent beard care.

Overall, a good performer in terms of quality, ingredients, ease of application and wearability during the day.

So let me wrap this write-up here.

Until next time

Take care ☺️

Jyot Randhawa

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