Bigfoot Beard Co.

Based in South Wales, Bigfoot Beard Co produce hand made, small batch beard care to the highest of quality. With one of the largest ranges on scents on the market, you're sure to find something you like.

Ever wondered about the differences in beard products?

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Beard Oil

Beard oil is a cosmetic product for men that is used to nourish both the skin under the beard and the beard itself in order to keep it "soft, shiny, and smooth".
Beard oil mimics the natural oils produced by skin, such as sebum, and is composed of a mixture of carrier oils and essential and or fragrance oils.

Beard Balm

A beard balm works as a leave-in conditioner which will moisturize, condition, style and soften your beard. It generally contains a mixture of butters such as Shea and Coconut butters (among others) and a high content of beeswax. This beeswax helps seal in moisture and hold your styling.
A higher content of beeswax will give a stronger hold, this in turn will mean a harder product.

Beard Butter

Beard butter provides conditioning and nourishing benefits for the hair and skin, and due to its spreadability, it's much easier to work through the beard and skin. Unlike a beard balm, a beard butter will only provide a light hold and styling effect on the beard.

Beard Fluff

Beard Fluff is the ultimate leave in beard conditioner. It's focus is on conditioning and rehydrating you beard rather than a hold. It has a mix of butters such as Shea & Mango butter (among others) and carrier oils such as Jojoba and Argan oil.
You will need just a small amount of beard fluff (depending on your beard length) to ensure full coverage of your beard.
Due to there being no beeswax in beard fluff, there is very little, to zero hold. Ideal for a natural looking beard.

Moustache Wax

Mustache wax helps hold those stubborn, bristly 'stache hairs in place. It also typically contains nourishing beeswax and carrier oils too, to help soften and strengthen each strand. For a really strong hold, our moustache wax contains pine resin. You will require a "pick" of some sort to help get the required amount out of the tin.