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    Every month, I update this page with the top 10 best-selling beard products I recommend on this site.

    Use this information to see what’s trending in the beard and mustache world. I hope it helps you choose the best products for your budding whiskers.

    Top 10 Best Converters

    These are the top-10 best converting items. People who followed a link from my website to view these items on Amazon were more likely to buy them. The percentage next to the item is the conversion rate (so, for the first item, 28.5% of the people who clicked on the link, bought the item). I made sure to only include links that sold at least 10 units.

    1. Beeswax Pellets – 28.5%
    2. Gold-Dachs Hungarian Beard Wax – 19.2%
    3. Bearded Goon Beard Wax – 15.5%
    4. Beeswax Bars – 14.29%
    5. Organic Shea Butter – 12.5%
    6. Honest Amish Beard Wax – Original – 11.7%
    7. Glass Eyedropper – 10.4%
    8. Measuring Cylinder – 9.6%
    9. Mini Measure Shot Glass – 7.4%
    10. Honest Amish Beard Wax – Extra Grit – 7.1%

    Fix Your Beard With These Top Items

    Fix Your Beard With These Top Items

    Fix Your Beard With These Top Items

    Fix Your Beard With These Top Items

    About the Author

    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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    1. do you ship to Australia?

    2. Mr. Dennis,
      I am creating my own line of beard care products. I owe a lot of that to you and your site for all the helpful information. I was wondering, before I send my balms to the public, would you be willing to try them and give me some feedback? Everyone I have let try it thus far say they like it but they have limited experience with beard balms.

    3. Mike Fairbanks says:

      Thank you for your site. There is a distinct confusion around the web on beard care.

      I have owned an Ox Horn Comb and have had many teeth break off to where it was useless. I think my key problem was keeping the comb in my pocket with keys and other items. Ox Horn Combs can not stand flexing and day to day portable use, unless you give them better care than my life allows. I am sure they would be fine stored in a medicine cabinet or on your beard care caddy beside the balm. Pockets that cause bumping and grinding on everything else does not suit them at all. I have been using a hard rubber fine tooth comb, but I shall now try a small stainless steel one for my in-pocket go-to.

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    5. Is possible to have a fully beards on your face,when it is coming,but not properly.and not much.

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