Occasionally the Hubs gets the opportunity to share his opinions on products for men--he's contributed since BeautyPopStop launched over 3 years ago! While he's the type most would categorize as a "manly man" he enjoys good grooming products--and he's not afraid to share it! This post contains his review below and has been written in his voice. If you have a product for men you'd like him to review you can contact us directly through the "contact me" tab above.
According to Badrick’sSkincare Inc. they were born through scratching their own itch; the itch that comes from the in between stage of stubble and true full beard. Badrick’s Skincare, Inc. is dedicated to their customers and to helping all men put their best (and bearded) face forward everyday.
Where to buy
Da Balm can be bought directly through the Badrick’s website.
What is included
One 2 oz jar of Da Balm
Badrick’s Da BalmIs a lightweight anti-bacterial balm that is made to promote healthy beard growth while removing redness and dryness that coarse beard hair can cause. Another wonderful thing that Da Balm does is prevent in-grown hairs.
Price - $19.95
I have been using Da Balm for about two weeks now and I would say my beard feels less coarse, less oily and definitely softer. I did use a bit less then recommended on the packaging since the first time I used it with a quarter size amount it was rather hard to totally work into my beard since I am keeping it shorter at the moment. After scooping out a dime size amount I first "warmed" it up in my hands (by rubbing it around on my fingers) and then rubbed it thoroughly into my beard and mustache. I warmed it first since it seemed to help with applying it evenly throughout my beard and it made it much easier to rub in. It has a rather nice menthol smell. This smell does not last that long so there is no need to worry about walking around all day with a smelly beard. I would give this product a 5 out of 5 and I will recommend it to the people that have beards.
Men’s Beard Grooming
Ease of use
On a scale of 1-5 (1 being poor performance, 5 being great). 0 means it did not do this at all.