The Overland was crafted for the ‘show-er’, and is best used with Overland beard oil.
Black Pepper is rich in Vitamin A and C and high in antioxidants, offering an all-round ability to stimulate healthy beard growth and a strong preventative measure for beardruff. And if that is not a seller, black pepper smells like Tasmanian wilderness after an overnight downpour.
Bergamot or an old-fashioned orange as we call it, is an excellent antimicrobial that keeps the scalp healthy and free of infections.
Finally, the scents are carefully connected to sweet almond, argan, and jojoba (in beard oils), and shea, cocoa, and argan (in beard balms) for healthier beards.
What is beard balm for?
Beard balms are designed for the wiry hair on the chin. Beard hair is dead keratin, and does not typically absorb nutrients. When the hair is there, the real aim of a beard balm is to condition that hair, and offer some light style for the potentially wild hairs. Balms do not tend to shine and offer invisible support for a beard and condition throughout the day. The scent of balms are lighter than beard oils, as men wear the balm right beneath their nose for the entire day.
Warm a tiny amount of balm in hands until dissolved. Use a downward motion to massage the beard balm into each of the hairs of the beard. Beard balms are best applied in the mornings, as part of the morning routine.
Argan oil, jojoba oil, Vitamin E, beeswax, shea butter, cocoa butter, coconut oil, black pepper essential oil, bergamot essential oils.