Into the Wild Beard Oil

£7.95

Wilderness? No problem. With just one drop, your primal instincts kick in. Watch your beard guide you like a compass to water and shelter. Grab some sticks, BOOM! A fire. Now where’s my beer?

Made with: Bergamot, juniper, lemon, lime, geranium, vetiver and patchouli essential oils.

Smells like: Deep and complex.

Size: 15ml / 0.5 fl oz

2 reviews for Into the Wild Beard Oil

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Ciaran

    Great product, makes my beard feel great and smell fantastic! Herself is a big fan of it too!

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Darryl

    My Review of the ‘Into the Wild’ beard oil by #ScruffStuff.

    Into The Wild beard oil is described on the site over at scruffstuff.co.uk as a manly spa for your face. This is because it is filled with 7 essential oils. One of which I will detail in a moment! I am very happy to see bergamot, lime and geranium included.

    “The earthy base notes of patchouli and Vetiver, blended with juniper berries and cut with sharp citrus. All topped off with the sweetness of geranium.”

    The inclusion of Vetiver is unique in this product and is very much welcome. For those who didn’t know Vetiver is a tropical plant that is native to India (though 80 percent of the Vetiver oil used commercially comes from Haiti these days). The oil is extracted from the roots.
    It is one of the finest perfumes known, with a woody aroma and a smokiness that is masculine which has been likened to that of incense and cigars. Its complex chemical make-up means that currently there is no synthetic substitute available and it is important to note that Vetiver is an important ingredient used in around a fifth of all male fragrances.

    Back to the oil! Upon taking my first sniff I was immediately transported to a Tough Mudder event that a friend and I had conquered a few years back. More specifically, we had just spent 30 minutes descending into what could only be described as a freezing hell of moss and mud. We were then tasked with climbing back up and over a ridge where, according to our map, we would be met with a fire trail.

    Once we reached the top, by hands and knees we were greeted with the most beautiful scene I have witnessed to date. We were atop a basin filled with bluebells and fir trees. The sun burned through the clouds, highlighting the mist and casting shadows across the ground. The smoke from the nearby fire walk goaded us, dancing with the freshness of the atmosphere we were currently in awe of. At this moment the fire did not matter to us since we were standing at the entrance to what defined being truly free. We had succumbed to nature, our senses, not overwhelmed, but in balance – just like the mountains on the horizon which had risen over millions of years and seen more than the firs and grasses combined.

    This is what Into The Wild is all about ladies and gentlemen. Exploration, risk taking, being tested and discovery. At the end of the day, it is just a beard oil and a damned fine one at that. The combination of oils do a great job of conditioning the course hair that beards tend to have. An inclusion that took me by surprise was coconut oil – this is an expensive ingredient that has many fantastic uses and is top class when it comes to conditioning of skin and hair. It should be noted that, over time, coconut oil will slowly strip hair dye. It is also very effective at highlighting the natural hues of the beard, especially the reds.

    The applicator is a great quality with a short nozzle so you can squeeze the last few drops out and get the most from your purchase. Only a few drops are needed I found to get benefit from this oil. All in all I would rate this a 4/5. The reason this oil didn’t receive perfect marks is that I feel some people may struggle to get on with the geranium and bergamot scents. I will finish saying that you can really tell that great care and time has been put into creating this blend which is very much appreciated and encouraging that James, the creator of Scruff Stuff Beard Oil, does indeed have a good nose for this venture.

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