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Detroit Beard Butter
This product works effectively by using its specially formulated composition to penetrate deeply into your facial hair, both moisturising and effectively conditioning your facial hair.
There’s no denying beards are becoming more and more popular – from hipsters to hunters to high school teachers, it just seems like everyone’s sprouting beards lately. The ability to grow a full beard is one to be envied, but no one’s going to be jealous of facial hair that isn’t taken care off. facial hair requires as much, if not more, care and attention as the hair on our heads to look their absolute best.
Butters, oils, and balms are essential products for any beard bearer, but which of the three is best for you depends on your preferences. In this review, we’ll take a look at the Beard Butter from Detroit Grooming Co. and compare it to oils and balms.
This Detroit Grooming 2 oz. butter review will also examine the two main ingredients that make up the product, coconut oil and shea butter, and their effects on skin and hair so that you can determine if this product is best for your facial hair.
Butters, balms, and oils all share a common purpose – to improve the health of your skin so that your facial hair looks and feels better. But each product also has its unique benefits and drawbacks, so which one you choose will be largely determined by the length and texture of your facial hair.
Generally, concerning styling control, butter is going to fall somewhere between an oil and a balm more being a balm. While oils moisturize and scent your hair, they offer little hold. Balms, on the other hand, which are wax based, have such a strong hold that you could shape your hair into the Eiffel Tower. Detroit Beard Butter, which is as the name suggests is butter based, offers a medium hold.Unlike an oil, butter allows for some styling freedom without making the hair hard and brittle like a balm might. For many men, it’s the best of both worlds.
In the next part of this Detroit Grooming 2 OZ. butter review, we’ll take a look at what makes up the product. The two main ingredients in the product are coconut oil and shea butter, both of which have been proven to benefit skin and hair health. Coconut oil has seen a popularity surge in recent years due to its versatility – for whatever hygiene or grooming problem you have, coconut oil is very likely to be an answer.
It’s definitely the answer to a dry, itchy hair.With a hefty helping of saturated fatty acids, coconut oil is a highly effective moisturizer. Applied regularly to a dry hair, a bit of coconut oil gives beards a healthy shine and keeps wild hairs in place.
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A popular ingredient in body wash and skin lotions, it’s no mystery that Shea butter is great for your skin. It soothes red, irritated skin with a combination of vitamins E and D, as well as cinnamic acid which is known for its anti-inflammatory properties.
So if you find yourself battling beard dandruff, more lovely referred to as beard-druff, look to products with natural conditioners like shea butter to heal your achy flakey skin. With it's two very effective moisturizing ingredients, Detroit Beard Butter passes the test. On top of working well to tame your unruly facial hair and keep it healthy, the product also leaves your facial hair with a light and refreshing mango-lime scent.
At the end of our Detroit Grooming 2 OZ. Beard Butter review, we’ve come to the conclusion that this product is a practical solution to a common problem our bearded brethren face. The natural ingredients moistens dry skin to relieve the unbearable itchiness without making your hair feel gunked up with oily residue.
The nice mango-lime scent is a bonus, but if you were looking to Detroit Butter to do some fancy styling, this might not be the right fit you. While it does provide a stronger hold than oils, it’s not going to let you do any crazy loops or swirls with your hair. It will keep your hair from flying off in different directions so that you don’t look like a crazy man who’s been living in the woods for a month, but it won’t help you win a ribbon in a beard styling contest.