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Got this last week and it's the best beard oil iv used     iv used so many beard oils and didn't like any of them   some made my dhari really oily same made it feel sticky    this one is perfect     I guess it depends on your dhari.  Mines really thick and this one made it really soft after just using it once.  Mr Singhs beard oil    


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Melt 120 Grams of white beeswax in double boiler. Add 60 grams of pure Shea butter. Add 60 grams of pure coconut oil. Once all this melts completely, remove from double boiler and place in jar. Add perfume or essential oils of your own choice.

Allow to cool and solidify. Place a pea sized amount on the palms of your hand and rub until it melts. Rub hands over beard, and groom with beard brush.

This gives a wonderful hold. No hair damage. Even great for tying beard. Very good hold, but without the damage of chemical based fixers...

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