The days of making your beard feel like a bunch of porcupine quills after a shower are finally over. For too long, men have used shampoos in order to clean their facial fur, leaving their beards dry. This is because shampoos can commonly contain detergents which are great for cleaning your hair, but can remove natural oils needed to keep your beard soft. To combat this, bearded maniacs across the world began washing their beards with conditioners, or what is now commonly referred to as "Co-Wash" or "Co-Washing". Well, at Beard Octane, we do what we always do and took the art of beard washing to the next level. SCENT NOTES: Hints of Freshly Squeezed Tangerines, Lemons & Grapefruit ABOUT
Beard Octane is proud to introduce it's Lather Conditioning Wash! Beard Octane's Lather Conditioning Wash (LCW) is specifically designed to moisturize, lather and cleanse your beard like no other. LCW will devour your beard entirely with it's heavy Lathering properties, force-feeding it with moisture throughout. The LCW SAE Edition comes in a 16 ounce High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) plastic motor oil container. If that isn't tough, then what is?
LATHER: Heavy WASH: Non-Stripping SCENT STRENGTH: Light - Medium INGREDIENTS
We only test our products on Humans, NOT Animals (although some consider us animals). Our products may contain Tree Nut Oils & Natural Botanicals. All of our products are Phthalate Free. If you have allergies, consult with your physician before testing on yourself or on your friend...because they may have allergies also. INSTRUCTIONS
1. While in the shower, or under an ever-so-majestic waterfall out in the wild, place a few dabs of LCW into the palm of your hand (does not matter which hand, as they are both strong). 2. Take those dabs of LCW and scrub them into your manly beard. Be sure to massage LCW into your skin and throughout your beard hair. 3. Once your beard is completely lathered up, allow to remain in beard for at lease a minute. 4. Rinse LCW from your beard and stand in front of the mirror...only to admire the greatness on your face that you call a beard.