Gamblin' Man - Cologne Scented Premium Beard Oil
The Gamblin' Man is the tall, dark stranger in the corner of the bar. Irresistible and mysterious, this scent is a complex mix of wild cypress, sea salt, oud, leather, amber, and frankincense. This scent lingers long after he's leaned in to steal that kiss upon playing his ace.
To use: Open bottle and shake a small amount into one hand. Rub both hands together, then work through beard with your fingertips, in a circular motion from base to tip. Style as usual and look awesome.
Ingredients: Sunflower Oil, Meadowfoam Seed Oil, Shea Nut Oil, Jojoba Oil, Fragrance, Vitamin E. For external use only. If irritation develops, discontinue use.
Listing is for a 1 fl oz (30 ml) eco-friendly, glass bottle of beard oil. With average daily use, one bottle should last 3 months.
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This scent has got to be one of the best Cologne scents i have ever smelt
Top notch beard oil. One of my favorites if not my new favorite. I thought it might have been just hype. There are so many great companies out there. There is such a high standard in today's beard care market. So for this company to make stand alone products in such a tough market. Job well done to whiskey n hardtack. Definitely will be a continuous costumer. Scent is also masculine and sophisticated without being overwhelming. My favorite oud scent.
So glad I made the switch from my last beard oil. Feels much softer and healthier! Unfortunately the samples were sold out when I first bought, but the gamblin man smells GREAT!
I have to admit even I love it!!! Great subtle smell!
I was really excited to receive my beard oil and I must admit the package received was amazing. Comes with a little piece of soap and some stickers, so who doesn't like that right? The scent of this oil is really faint for me, I really have to take a deep breath in order to smell it. It did leave my beard soft and moist which I liked but if the scent was just a little stronger I would had given this product 5 stars instead of 4. Will I purchase from W&H again? Most likely.