Dutchbeards baardolie Satan’s Bluff 30ml
The Dutchbeards beard oil Satan's Bluff is reminiscent of angels and demons, soft yet spicy. A smell of contradictions. The soft, creamy of coconut in combination with the spicy and spicy of pepper gives this oil a wonderful scent that lingers for a long time. To give beard oil Satan's Bluff its own character, the contradictions have been taken even further by using the masculine scent of Leer, sweet with animal and spice aspects. As a counterpart, there is the light and fresh scent of Cucumber. This scent is nowadays mentioned as a scent that many women experience as erotic. A not too obtrusive scent.
The basis for Satan's Bluff beard oil is the combination of organic Coconut Oil and Castor Oil. Coconut oil has a good protective effect for both your skin and your (beard) hair. Coconut has a solid shape at temperatures below 30 C, so it may sometimes solidify in your bottle. Simply heat it up and the oil will become liquid again. Castor oil is oil from the castor tree, and it is not without reason that this tree has that name. The oil is thick and has strong moisturizing properties. It also gives your beard a nice shine. We also use pure Argan oil, also a miracle cure for both skin and hair. The Grape Seed Oil is full of vitamins. These last two oils are thin and give the mixture the right consistency. Baobab oil is rarely seen in beard oils, and that is something we think is a shame because it does wonders for your hair. It has a restorative effect and makes your hair more elastic. Finally, Vitamin E has been added, which has a preservative effect on the oil, but also has a nice caring effect on your skin and hair..
Put a few drops of Satan's Bluff beard oil (5-10) on your hand and rub the Satan's Bluff beard oil between your hands. Run your fingertips through your beard over your skin from bottom to top (starting at your neck). Do this until your hands are dry.
Grab a beard brush or beard comb to spread the oil even further.
The drops are an indication. How much you need depends entirely on how big your beard is and how dry the skin underneath. Just experiment with this a bit. What I really like is when I wash my hands later in the day, I run my damp fingers through my beard and then the smell comes back.
Scent: coconut, pepper, cucumber, leather