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You Don’t Need to Look Like a Caveman, Bearded Guy (or use stinky conditioner)

This one is for the dudes.

And the women who love their dudes, but are tired of getting scratched by their beards.

And even the mothers who love their grown-up dude sons but sigh when they see how wild and hairy they’ve become.

See this?

Why you should use Hobo Beard Oil

Same dude. Same beard. Same day.

No hairs harmed in the taking of these pictures.

That means it’s not a trim, folks. It’s beard oil.

Why Use Beard Oil?

Hobo Beard Oil Product Line

I asked my friend Brian to help me review Hobo Beard Oil, a true “mom and pop shop” that my friends Todd and Donielle launched last year. I was having trouble growing my own beard so I had to turn to outside help. Smile

We put together a little video interview about their handcrafted Hobo products: beard oil, beard wash, and beard balm. Check it out to find out the problem with using conditioner on your beard, who talks about Brian’s beard, and the benefits to beard oil:

If you can’t see the embedded video, click Hobo Beard Wash and Beard Oil Review to view it on YouTube.

Just because you have a beard, you don’t have to let it get all crazy, right?

And you also don’t need to use store stuff that (a) is usually made for hair, not beards. Hair and beards are wayyyy different. And (b), you don’t want to put chemical-laden commercial products right on your face where you have to smell them all day. Hobo Beard Oil is made of natural ingredients that are not only safe for your skin, but nourishing to it as well.

That may not matter to our cavemen, but their ladies hopefully find it important.

And for the dudes – when you’re nabbing a little piece of dropped burger out of your beard, you can munch it in peace knowing that you’re not eating any weird ingredients not meant for our bodies. Nom nom nom. Winking smile

Think Todd ever gets good, wholesome food stuck in this beard?

Hobo Husbands Beard

And still tame as a kitten. Smile He doesn’t have time to shave because of lack of sleep. Trust me on that one.

Todd and Donielle don’t get any sleep anyway because their cute baby won’t let them, so let’s flood them with orders.

I think he and my Gabe have been Skyping behind our backs, and they’re in cahoots.

Darn kids.

Buy beard oil. Help kids sleep.

Really. It could happen that way…  Smile

Now…who’s got bearded men in their life who could use this stuff?

I’m well known for honest, thorough product reviews…

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…and you can always tell a real family has run these products through the gauntlet.

When I review a type of item, I try to review a LOT of different brands! From over a dozen reusable sandwich bags to over 120 natural mineral sunscreens, I’m your girl for straight-up info about natural, real foodie items you’re considering buying.

Click here to see more product reviews and you’ll also love my resources page, with REAL products that have passed my rigorous testing enough to be “regulars” in the Kimball household, plus some other comprehensive reviews. Updated at least once a year to boot the losers and add new gems!

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10 thoughts on “You Don’t Need to Look Like a Caveman, Bearded Guy (or use stinky conditioner)”

  1. I’m sure this may sound like a strange question….but here goes. My husband has a long and wild and crazy beard. I would love to tame it down a bit, but haven’t bought any oil for his beard because he is a welder. He wears protection for his face/eyes but his beard sticks out below the mask. So I’m actually afraid of it being more flammable if he puts oil on it. So the question is: does beard oil make the beard more flammable? And yes, he has caught it on fire several times already, so this is a legitimate question. Thanks!

      1. Yikes is right! That’s always my response when he comes home with a new burn. He takes it in stride and shrugs it off, but to me I don’t want him any more flammable than he already is. I’m anxiously awaiting their answer!

    1. Hey Audrey!
      Todd actually welds a lot at work too. 🙂

      Oil itself is not flammable, but I can understand the thinking because it is fuel for a wick (oil lamps etc). But there really is not an increase in flammability during use.

      To make sure and test our hypothesis before we answered, we actually held a flame to our oil! And nope – it did not cause it to flame. 🙂

      1. Great! Thanks so much for the information….now to convince my hubby to use it…that is another thing entirely! Thanks again!!

        1. Haha! Todd actually refused to use most of my handmade products before beard oil. But not only did he want an awesome beard, he also wanted a wife that wasn’t worried about getting scratched up trying to smootch him. 😉

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