Warrior Beard Care | Night Armor
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Night Armor

$21.00

30ML / 1 OZ


WIND DOWN YOUR EVENING WITH OUR NIGHT ARMOR OIL. THIS BLEND IS SPECIALLY FORMULATED WITH LAVENDER OIL TO HELP YOU RELAX, WHILE REJUVENATING YOUR SKIN AND HAIR CUTICLES SO YOU CAN WAKE UP FEELING REFRESHED.
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DESCRIPTION: Use Night Armor to protect your beard from itchiness and to keep it moisturized. The oils in this blend were chosen because they work together to promote and stimulate healthy beard growth while leaving you with a relaxing lavender scent. Our Night Armor is non-greasy, easy to apply and packed with nutrients. When you use this product you can expect your beard and face to feel moisturized and soft.

 

BOTTLES : Our glass bottles were designed to protect the oils from natural UV light so it remains safe to use throughout its life. Our glass droppers allow you to control exactly how much oil you want to use per application. The dropper also gives you the option of targeting certain areas that require more oil.

 

DIRECTIONS : Dispense 2-4 drops of oil onto your palm or 4-6 drops for medium to larger sized beards. Spread on your hands and massage evenly into your facial hair. Use at night before sleeping.

 

DISCLAIMER : For external use only. Discontinue if irritation occurs. Consult a physician if irritation does not stop. Do NOT use if you have nut allergies.

 

Ingredient List : Argan Oil, Almond Oil, Jojoba Oil, Macadamia seed oil, Bergamot Essential Oil, Lavender Essential Oil

 

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Dimensions 1.375 x 1.375 x 4.125 in
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