Canadian Maple Premium Beard Oil

Canadian Maple Premium Beard Oil


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30 ml glass amber bottle | keeps damaging UV light out to extend the life of the oil

Glass Dropper | won't degrade like plastic would which would seep into your product

Grape Seed Oil | reduces dry skin while strengthening the hair shaft

Sweet Almond Oil | reduces dry skin and dandruff and itch

Jojoba Oil | locks in moisture all along the hair shaft

Hemp Seed Oil | seals moisture into the hair follicles

Rice Bran Oil | UV protection, shine, and thickening of the hair shaft

Vitamin E | antioxidant properties and shine

Rosemary Leaf CO2 Extract | powerful antioxidant for the skin and a product preservative.

Phthalate, paraben , and CMR free fragrances or essential oils

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​Every spring the maple sap runs from about mid February to the end of March.  This sap is collected and boiled down to create liquid Canadian gold, also known as Maple Syrup.  We Canadians put this on everything from Pancakes and French toast as well as Bacon and Beards.  Not your average beard oil.

Six natural oils, carefully selected for their hydrating and moisturizing properties are paired with our Canadian Maple fragrance blend to create a beard oil that both strengthens and conditions the hair but more importantly, also hydrates the skin beneath it to make beard itch and flakes a thing of the past.  Bask in the confidence of knowing that your beard is not only healthy, but looks, feels and smells it's best.

While our products are mild enough for children and those with sensitive skin we do suggest to test on skin before use, as they may contain allergens.

Complete ingredient lists of our products can be found at the bottom left of the page.


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