Prohibition Style Natural Beard and Pre-Shave Oil
AS A BEARD OIL:
Formulated with quality natural Oils to help soften the beard hair and tame your wild beard growth.
We use the following oils:
Jojoba: Jojoba Oil is fantastic for beards because of its ability to strengthen and moisturize facial hair. Because it is nontoxic and non-allergenic, Jojoba oil does not leave behind a greasy build up so you can use it on a daily basis. And unlike synthetic products that strip your hair of its natural oils, Jojoba oil actually strengthens and enhances your beard’s natural oils and decreases the chance of breakage.
Coconut: Coconut oil is excellent for beards. It's not greasy and due to lauric acid, it's able to penetrate your skin more effectively. The conditioning properties of coconut oil make the roots of your facial hair healthier and softer
Vitamin E Oil: Skin Benefits – It is quite common for the skin beneath a beard to become irritated due to free radicals. Multiple research studies have shown that the antioxidants contained in Vitamin E protect the cells in the skin and prevent the formation of the new free radicals which can easily damage skin.
Stimulates New Beard Hair Growth – Massaging beard balm containing vitamin E into a beard can increase blood circulation to that particular area of the body. The result of a healthy supply of blood to the face is that it stimulates beard hair to grow. Not only that but Vitamin E is quite well know for its ability to prevent premature graying because of its nourishing properties.
Treatment for Beards with Split Ends – Dermatologist agree that Vitamin E is a great remedy to beards with split ends. The split ends come from a combinations of different sources such as: harmful beard products (non-organic beard products in particular), blow drying, lack of beard treatments, and over washing with harmful shampoos. Regular treatments of beard balm in a beard will ensure that hairs will remain smooth and moisturized.
Treatment for Beard Dandruff – Research indicates that Vitamin E deeply conditions and hydrates both hair and skin which will treat beard dandruff. If used in a daily routine, beards can remain dandruff free.
Beneficial to Beard Hair – Vitamin E is extremely popular because of the vast number of benefits to beard hair. It promotes beard hair growth, increases shine, antioxidant, moisturizing to both skin and beard hair, helps repair split ends, prevents premature graying, anti-aging, and much more.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE ARE BEARD OIL:
If your skin and facial hair are excessively dry apply, massage a few drops of Prohibitions Style Beard Oil into your beard and skin, let it penetrate. It works best immediately after a shower but before toweling off while beard is still wet.
If needed, add a few drops of Prohibition Style Beard Oil to your beard throughout the day, especially if you have trouble with dry skin and hair.
We recommend starting with a few drops per treatment to cut down the chance of over oiling your beard and working up as needed.
AS A PRESHAVE OIL:
Formulated with quality natural Oils to help soften the beard hair and helps to protect the skin from razor burn. The protective layer formed by the Pre-Shave Oil increases the glide of the razor across the skin helping provide a smooth shave.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE AS PRE-SHAVE OIL:
After using a hot cloth on your face take warm water and sprinkle it on the palm of your hand add 5-10 drops of pre-shave oil to wet palm to preference. Rub between palms them apply to face. Proceed to applying your favorite shave soap or lathering agent (we obviously suggest our shaving soap as a perfect accompaniment)
Jojoba Oil, Coconut oil, Vitamin E Oil and Parfume (Fragrance)
AVAILABLE SCENTS (ALL BASED ON CLASSIC PROHIBITION ERA COCKTAILS):
OLD FASHIONED: LIGHT NOTES OF WHISKEY AND SWEET VANILLA
The first use of the name "Old Fashioned" for a Bourbon whiskey cocktail was said to have been at the Pendennis Club, a gentlemen's club founded in 1881 in Louisville, Kentucky. The recipe was said to have been invented by a bartender at that club in honor of Colonel James E. Pepper, a prominent bourbon distiller, who brought it to the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel bar in New York City.
With its conception rooted in the city's history, in 2015 the city of Louisville named the Old Fashioned as its official cocktail. Each year, during the first two weeks of June, Louisville celebrates "Old Fashioned Fortnight" which encompasses bourbon events, cocktail specials and National Bourbon Day which is always celebrated on June 14.
SIDECAR: LIGHT NOTES OF SMOOTH COGNAC XO, AND FRESH CITRUS BURSTING LEMONS.
The Sidecar is often singled out as the only good cocktail to come out of the long national nightmare that was Prohibition. And when you're sipping one, you almost think it was all worth it. The luminous, golden-straw color, the perfectly controlled sweetness, the jazzy high notes of the citrus against the steady bass of the cognac.
SOUTHSIDE FIZZ: GIN TOP NOTE WITH LIME FINISH
It has been proposed that it gets its name from from the Southside Sportsmen's Club on Long Island. According to one story, the drink was the preferred beverage of Al Capone, whose gang dominated Chicago's South Side. The gin imported by Capone's rivals on the North Side of Chicago was smooth, and usually consumed with ginger ale. However, the gin run by Capone's gang had a rougher edge to it, and required more sweeteners to make it palatable. Thus the South Side was born.