FLOWER BEARDS + BEARD OIL

April 11, 2015

flower beard

If you have any bearded menfolk in your lives, this is community service message: our oils + serums can be used as beard oils!

We’ve heard that men use oils on their beards to soften them, make them smell good and eliminate what Michon, one of our team members, calls ‘beardruff’, sorta like a flaky skin that gets stuck under all that manly beard.

Of the oils we have, there are two that I think would be loved most by guys. Inner Peace is the first one, because it’s got an earthy, grounding blend of lavender and spices. Full Bloom is also one that men love – and in comparison to Inner Peace, it’s more on the refreshing, uplifting side with citrus and spices.

Or you can think of them in terms of the flower remedies, and whether your bearded loved one would benefit more from experiencing more deep peacefulness and strength (Inner Peace) or from feeling courageous, fearless and ready to jump to the next level of his potential (Full Bloom).

And hey – have you seen the #flowerbeard phenomenon? If not check it out on instagram, where you’ll see some fun photos of manly men with beards and flowers woven into them.

Robbie from our team was about to shave for the hot Arizona summer, so we tried our hand at the #flowerbeard before his beard disappeared. I think it looks pretty cool. Do you have any bearded men in your life? Have you ever made a flower beard?

flower beard

AUTHOR: LOTUSWEI CATEGORIES: flowerevolution
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