I have brought some cool stuff not only for my beard from our summer adventure on Iceland.
I have been growing my beard about 10 years now. It’s a long time and I have tried so many different cosmetics and gear. Let’s find out, what I use for my head nowdays.
Viking Balm – gentle care for harsh viking
This special 100% natural balm can be used in many ways. Originally was developed to treat the Icelandic horse, it soon became popular to use on human skin. It contains sweet almond oil, bee wax and a blend of powerful Icelandic herbs, that are known to have disinfectant and anti-bacterial properties.
LUSH Kalamazoo – Beard And Facial Wash
Your facial hair will love fresh pineapple juice, that cleanse the skin. Almond oil, jojoba oil and cupuaçu butter soften your unruly beard. And the scent of delicious Brazillian orange oil is just sweet bonus.
Babyliss Beard Designer
Finally I’ve found a beard trimmer that can leave your facial hair longer (from 0,4 to great 12 mm!) while makes clean and even cut. It has a original patented system and it’s waterproof – you can shave yourself in a shower and its cleaning is very easy. Ideal shaver for all bearded Vikings!
LANDI 64° Reykjavik Distillery
Perfume from a distillery? Yes and yes! LANDI contains the selection of essential oils from Icelandic botanicals. This masculine fragrance is derived from the national flowers of Iceland – the mountain avens, juniper berry, caraway, blueberry and thyme.
Kiehl’s Scalp Purifying Anti-Dandruff Shampoo
Nothing can help me with the irritating and visible signs of dandruff, except this Kiehl’s Shampoo – it controls and helps prevent the recurrence of scalp itching, redness and flaking. And it last forever, a small amount is sufficient for using. Don’t expect a foam bomb, it’s paraben-free.
LUSH Beautifully Buttered Lip Balm
Nuts, nuts, nuts! I’m going nuts, really. This lip balm is a must-have for nuts/choco-lover. It cointains brazil nut oil, shea butter and coconut wax, it’s made with dark chocolate, cocoa roasted extract and vanilla absolute. Can I eat it, please?