Beard Oil (Cedarwood)

MRP ₹295

Inclusive of Taxes.

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SOFTENS & ADDS SHINE

A light, leave-in beard oil for all-day softness and shine. Infused with nourishing Cedarwood Oil to repair hair follicles and strengthen hair strands from root to tip. Argan Oil helps fight frizz, itchiness and dandruff while rich Macadamia oil helps retain essential moisture and repair damage for added strength and shine. Suitable for all skin types.

 

*The colour of the bottle may vary from the representative image. We have updated the packaging, so it might be black in colour for some orders. Please be assured that the product is the same.*

A Blend of Four Essential Oils for Softer & Shiny Beard

A light, leave-in beard oil for all-day softness and shine. Thyme Oil enriches the oil with it's signature softening properties while soothing the skin to prevent itchiness or dandruff. Moringa and Ylang Ylang Oils tame frizzy, unmanageable beards while Grapeseed Oil nourishes hair from the roots for added strength and shine. Suitable for all skin types.

Made In India

HOW TO USE

  • Drop the desired amount into your palm.
  • Gently massage into facial hair and skin.
  • Use a beard comb or beard brush for easy and even application.
  • For daily use.

Country of Origin: India

Customer Reviews

Based on 20 reviews
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Ankit Mishra
Long lasting shine

The oil has a musky scent, makes beard smooth and manageable. Lasts about 5 hours

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A.
Good product

Good product

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Customer
Very nice 🙂 beard oil ☺️

I use different brands beard oil but after using Bombay shaving beard oil , my beard start going to dense , smooth and shiny.

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A.S.
Awesome

Awesome product and great experience.

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P.G.
Better than any other face wash

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