beauty, product review

Brute Bottle Demands Respect

Beardsmen Spirit Beard Fragrance-Free Oil & Conditioner - Josh

Beardsmen Spirit Fragrance Free
Beard Oil & Conditioner


Today, I welcome Josh Hollis, a man with a beard, and because I don’t have a beard, here’s what my friend had to say about Beardsmen Spirit Beard Fragrance Free Oil & Conditioner.  

Upon first opening the box to reveal the bottle of beard oil the first thing I noticed was its sheer size. This is not your skinny 1.5 oz bottle that gets lost behind your wife’s mascara. It’s not your typical cheap plastic bottle made out of your grandma’s recycled grocery bags either.

This is a man’s bottle, glass like your favorite bourbon is bottled, complete with a metal cap, made right here in the USA. This brute 4 oz bottle demands respect on your bathroom counter, not hidden behind your toothpaste and q-tips.

This beard oil is completely fragrance free. You’ve worked hard and your beard shows it with the smell of diesel, gun powder, and oak firewood. It doesn’t need any girly fragrances of vanilla or roses found in the perfume aisle of your local department store.

This beard oil is thicker than other brands I have tried. Although it may not be thick enough to handle the grinding noise in your truck’s transfer case, it will tame those wild whiskers that won’t stay in line.

Needing only a few drops per use, if you’re able to live long enough to empty the bottle, be sure to give this beast the proper send off it deserves, such as target practice for your .45 revolver, not rotting in some landfill.

This lightweight and non-greasy beard oil is FRAGRANCE FREE so it is great for even the most sensitive skin. Infused with argan oil, jojoba oil, and three other natural oils, this cruelty free product will keep your beard conditioned, soft, and shiny.

See Greg Harvey’s review of Beardsmen Spirit Bold Forest Beard Oil


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I’m a product review blogger and I received this product in exchange for an honest review. This post contains affiliate links.


3 thoughts on “Brute Bottle Demands Respect”

  1. Your friend needs to get his own blog and do more product reviews!! 😀
    That is an impressive review (and an impressive beard).
    Thank you for linking up, Tracey xx #abitofeverything


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