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Old Grizzly Beard Tamer

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Tame the beast on your chin!

Do you wish you could sculpt your beard into fun-loving shapes or do you just wish to control the unruly hairs that grow on your face and keep them in place?

If you or the men in your life have a beard - then this is the product for you. This fine tin of Old Grizzly Beard Tamer is man-made from natural ingredients. A mixture of 100% natural beeswax sourced from the finest NZ bees and 100% Organic Extra-Virgin Raw Coconut Oil from Samoa blended with certified organic Shea Butter and Cocoa Butter - making it 400% organically awesome.

To use simply scrape a little with your fingernail, roll between your finger and thumb to soften, then massage into the ends of your fine facial fur. Use as much or as little as you like. Some prefer to comb the softened wax through their beard instead of the fingered follicle fondle. Being all natural the ingredients are great for your hair and skin and entirely edible if you find yourself going hog-wild and getting it everywhere.

The Moustache Wax and Beard Tamer can also be used for a variety of other uses - including the seduction of the female species through the magic art of massage and foot rubs, lubricating a stuck chainsaw and giving the old leather boots a bit of TLC.

The aroma is a pleasant mix of beeswax and coconut with a hint of pine needles and/or rum (depending on availability and sobriety).

Get your tin today - and be sure to check out the other manly products available.

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Shipping details

  • Ships from Haumoana, New Zealand.
  • $3.50 Standard post within NZ
    ($1.00 with another item)
  • $7.50 Courier within NZ
    ($1.00 with another item)
  • $15.00 Rest of the World
    ($2.00 with another item)
  • Pick up by arrangement.
  • to enquire about payment or shipping options.

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