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Callofthewild Wed 19-Nov-14 20:37:31

Hi, I want to buy DB some beard oil for Christmas as one of his presents. This is a subject I know zilch about so wondered if anyone had any recommendations, I ideally only want to spend no more than £10. Thanks.

attheendoftheday Wed 19-Nov-14 20:39:47

Dp uses the Beard Co oil from ebay, well within your budget.

LikeSilver Wed 19-Nov-14 20:48:02

DH uses Percy Nobleman which he loves. A bottle is over your budget at £20 but I am recommending it anyway as a bottle lasts DH six months at least.

Suddengeekgirl Wed 19-Nov-14 21:05:49

What is beard oil? confused

Dh has a full beard and people keep complimenting it! shock I think it's too scratchy

Callofthewild Wed 19-Nov-14 21:09:29

Sudden I'm not too sure but I think it's meant to make it all soft and nice.

Have just ordered some from Percynobleman (thanks like silver) and used the code GQ to get 15% off. It is over my preferred budget but you get 100ml and all the ones I could find at the £8-10 mark were only for 10ml which must last hardly any time at all.

Suddengeekgirl Wed 19-Nov-14 21:19:25

Thanks! smile
Might need a few gallons for dh

rallytog1 Wed 19-Nov-14 21:25:39

The Bearded Man Company stuff looks nice. Can't do links on this app but if you Google it you should find it.

attheendoftheday Wed 19-Nov-14 23:20:40

Beard oil is like conditioner for beards, I think. Dp had some put on at the barbers giant poser that he is and liked it. It makes his beard softer and is scented with manly scents such as old leather.

N8jam Thu 11-Dec-14 01:22:34

omg. beard oil is for like beards. in any beardy position. beards have been known to be prone to tucking away and hiding but i find beard oil to be one of the best coaxing out methods. plus smells like nothing else. i recommend a product which sounds like the water gap between the uk and the continent. lol are we allowed to say seasons greetings to all these days? there i've said it.

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