- Artisan made in Pennsylvania, USA
- All-in-one ingredient base designed to complement any type of facial hair
- Lasting essential oil blend with phthalate free fragrances
- Feeds facial hair with nutrients to maximize results
- Ethically sourced ingredients through World Fair Trade Organization and local suppliers
The HoloHolo beard oil features an inviting top note of midnight vanilla with subtle touches of Tibetan amber, spiced mahogany, and Arabian spice.
Ingredients: Aleurites Moluccana (Kukui Nut) Oil, Macadamia Ternifolia (Macadamia Nut) Oil, Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, Cannabis Sativa (Hemp) Seed Oil, Argania Spinosa (Argan) Kernel Oil, Essential Oil Blend
- Apply an appropriate amount (i.e., dime for short hair, nickel for long) of oil onto your fingers or palm, and massage oil onto hair and skin.
- Unlike other beard oils, this oil blend takes the best of the best and blends a unique formula of scents to make your appearance one that is noticeably different.
- By using this oil as part of a daily regimen, you may start to see an unmatched beard itch and dandruff relief, a natural glossy facial hair shine.
Dive into the world of Hawaii inspired men’s products with a blast of authentic island scents. The Honi line comes from a mixture of tradition and Hawaii-specific fragrances that permeate the islands from shore to shore.
When you find yourself traveling the tranquil road of the islands, you will be shocked by how many roads, hills, and valleys are covered by this amazing white and yellow flower. Therefore, by purchasing this product, you can assure yourself that you will be receiving a unique product package with deep connections to the islands of Hawaii.
Dating back to the early customs of the culture, the ritual of Honi or “sharing breaths,” as stated on gohawaii.com, is a practice of inviting a newcomer to the lure of the ancient traditions. The method is practiced by two people who come together and place both forehead and nose together – followed by a deep intake of air. In more common greetings for outsiders to the island, this ritual usually starts after both people have a lei garland placed on their neck to represent a coming together of to different peoples and intake the vibrant array of scents coming from the lei.