'Black' Beard Butter 2 oz.
Beard Care for Today's Man!
"This stuff is awesome. You can smell it when you massage it into your beard but isn't overpowering. It leaves a manly musk that is faint but pleasant."
~ Andrew N.
Size: 2 oz. (57 g)
Scent: Amber Bourbon
The Black Edition
Reintroducing one of our most popular collections of beard oils and grooming products, The Black Collection. Tones of Vetiver, Amber & Cedarwood are gently blended to create a rugged, yet sweet bourbon scent. The labels and style have been reimagined and constructed with class taste. Slip into something a little more sophisticated.
WHAT'S IT MADE OF?
The foundational ingredients of our 2 oz. 'Black' Amber Bourbon Beard Butter makes beard grooming super easy since it comes from high-quality coconut oil and Shea Butter engineered to control your beard and make it look & feel amazing. Our beard butter also comes rich in vitamins, nutrients, and antioxidants giving your beard the proper nourishment it needs!
Our beard butter also contain a high content of mono-saturated fatty acids, making them some of the most intensely moisturizing beard butter available. They’re chock-full of antioxidants and proteins to help repair your skin and hair. Growing a beard? Want to know how to grow a goatee, or how to grow a long beard that’ll actually look good? Do you have coarse beard hair, or a dry beard, and want a softer beard that’s well nourished? These butters provide the most complete answers to the question of how to grow a beard. They don’t clog pores so they actually help promote beard growth! We have what you need, wherever you are in your beard growing journey. Let your beard grow!
Prunis Arnygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil, Tocopherol (Vitamin E Oil), Helianthus Anuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil, Carthamus Tictorius (Safflower) Seed Oil, Oryza Sativa (Rice) Bran Oil, Prunus Armeniaca (Apricot) Kernel Oil, Persea Gratissima (Avocado) Oil, Trticum Vulgare (Wheat) Germ Oil, Cera Alba (Beeswax), Butyrospermum Parkii (Unrefined Shea Butter), Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Fragrance and Essential Oils.
Belle Isle-Lavender and Orange Essential Oils
WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN BEARD OIL & BEARD BUTTER?
Our beard oils are made for proper beard nourishment while our beard butter is made for nourishment and control (taming or styling your beard in a particular way).
You can also check out our brief video from the video blog on the difference between beard oil and beard butter:
HOW TO USE BEARD BUTTER
Here's a short tutorial for a more visual approach to using our beard butter. Enjoy!
I’ve tried many beard products in the past, Black beard butter is far and above my previous experiences. It has a great feel and smell that while it lasts most of the day, is not overpowering. My beard feels much smoother without being oily. Now I just want to try some more products, looking forward to some autumnal scents!
I deeply enjoyed Black love the sent and the feel inn my beard. Im definitely going to recommend Black beard oil and butter.
The CedarWood and Amber Beard butter is my absolute favorite. Ever night I apply this to my beard and wake up in the morning with a conditioned beard that no other products have been able to make my beard feel so health. The Ceaderwood and Amber fragrance smells so good that it helps me to relax and fall asleep so peacefully at night. Also my wife lives the smell. I give this a 5/5 star and dare any other beard products from anywhere else to even try to make a beard so healthy and conditions. This product give me so much respect for DGC and so much confidence in my beard game
Not only is this one of my favorite scents, it also is a great product! It keeps my beard looking great and smelling good all day long!
I ordered this and the Traverse City. Top notch quality. The Black is not overpowering perfect combo with the Cedarwood and Amber
I must say I think Traverse City though is the best scent Detroit Grooming has. It’s right up there with 313. I think Traverse City is my new favorite of them all.
Although I did just order Orchard Lake Beard Butter. So we shall see what that is like. I’m looking forward to trying it