Beard Soap


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    Photo of Mr Natty Beard Soap.

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    Brand: Mr. Natty
    5 based on 1 reviews
    $24.75 New

    FFS is a soft beard soap with a soft, masculine scent.

    Your beard smells of Hipster.

    I see it every day. Thin fellows with tight jeans and some other colorful and trendy accouterments roam the streets of Seattle and San Francisco, playing lutes and accordions. They try to pretend that they’re manly by sporting short beards. What a sad, sorry illusion.

    A Hipster with a 'Beard'

    Source: jonathan.youngblood on Flickr

    Avoid any misunderstanding by using this beard soap  made from real pine tar. One whiff of your outdoorsmanly but classy scent will make the ladies swoon and give you greater respect in the office. A coworker will come up to you and say, “Hey fellow, would you like to go see this trendy little concert with some band no one knows but it’s cool because it’s a local Seattle band with me?” But as soon as they get close, they will smell the manly pine scent emanating from your pristine, clean and soft beard and say, “Woops, sorry, I thought you were a Hispter. Nevermind.” And you will be happy. Why? Because you use beard soap.

    GROW A BEARD.

    Other Good Beard Soaps

    Photo of pine tar soap for beard dandruff.

    Of all the beard soaps I have tried, this is by far my favorite.

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    Here is another beard soap spread by the fellows who brought us Professor Fuzzworthy’s Mustache Wax. Like the Natty soap above, you grab a palm-full in the shower and lather it up in your fine beard.

    A beard gloss shampoo.

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    A bar of coal tar beard soap.

     

    Coal tar soap is ok. It works well, but it doesn’t “feel” as nice as grandpa’s pine tar soap. I can’t explain why, really. It’s a handsome bar.

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    Coco beard soap

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    Brandon M. Dennis
    Greetings, fellow beardsmen! I'm a beard health expert and journalist working out of Seattle, Washington. I'm also an author, marketer, and story-teller. Read my swashbuckling fantasy sea adventure novel, The Tale of Cloran Hastings, and click my name to learn more about me. Enjoy the site!
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    Comments

    1. Ray Otey says:

      Hey everyone, if you want to save some money on the KIRKS CASTILE soap, go to Cracker Barrel Old Country Store Restaurant and get it for 1.49 a bar, don’t be fooled by thinking you’re buying it at wholesale price cause you’re getting 18 bars in a pack at 63.61. Do the math, you guys are paying 3.53 a bar that way. Now if you don’t have a Cracker Barrel restaurant anywhere near by than I guess you’ll have no choice but to pay that much on amazon.

      • Great tip! Sadly, there are no Cracker Barrel stores where I live (Seattle). IN fact, I have only ever seen those stores in the south or Midwest. So $3.49 a bar is actually a pretty good deal. Cheaper than a plane ticket to Kentucky :)

        • Hey I found other places that might have it, do you have any of these near you; Jacks Country Store, VitaminLife, Albertsons, Fred Meyer, IGA, Quality Food Center, Safeway, Save a lot,Tidymans, Von’s, Winco Foods, Walmart Supercenter?

          • I do! I have Fred Meyer, QFC, Safeway and Winco. I checked FM, QFC and Safeway, but sadly the bars were more expensive than on Amazon. Plus, I have Amazon Prime and get free shipping (better than paying gas + time to go to the store).

            I’ll call Winco, see if they have it here. So far, Amazon is my best bet.

            • Hey there Mr. Dennis I found another place that sells that Kirks Castile soap, it’s a place called Rural King, basically its a really big farm supply store almost like a Walmart except they sell rabbits and chicks there. Now I understand that you might not have one anywhere near you, I’m just putting this out there for anyone who does.
              Anyway Rural King sells Kirks Castile Soup in a three pack for 3.48 that’s 1.16 a bar even cheaper than Cracker Barrel here in Kentucky.

            • Thanks for the heads up!

    2. I love your website bro. Ive been growing my beard for a few months now and decided to add beard products to my clothing brand. I use your guides for inspiration on the beard oils and waxes. Will you please post a how to on making beard soaps and maybe even shampoos/conditioners? I’ve seen other guides on soap making in general but they aren’t as in depth as yours are. Thanks for all the beardspiration! lol

    3. Nice. If you do, I’ll be the first one to read it. lol. Have a good one bro.

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