It’s February, and that means the weather is cold, spring is around the corner, and love is in the hair. Here at Grizzly Adam, we know how important it is to keep your beard looking and smelling kick ass, especially around your Valentine.
And with February 14th fast approaching, we’re here to show you the best products you can use to make sure your gloriously fuzzy face is ready to rock.
So Fresh and So Clean
You want your significant other to show you some love? Then keep it clean, amigo.
Spice Up Your Love Life With The Ultimate Beard Care
If you’re looking to get lucky, you better be sure you’re bringing your A-game.
Our Ultimate beard Care Kit is what you need for those up-close-and-personal moments. The unique grooming kit is a perfect valentines day gift for men with beards or moustaches and would be a welcome gift to any bearded man.
You can both thank us in the morning.
Soften those whiskers for those intimate moments
Beard Balm is what you need to grow a beard. Period. This all-natural, leave-in conditioner is perfectly formulated to prevent split ends, control frizz and tangles, soften whiskers for those intimate encounters, relieve dry, itchy skin, reduce patchiness, and make you and your awesome beard much more attractive
Beard Balm works for all varieties and lengths of facial hair. Your Valentine will be grateful.
A High Quality Beard Trimmer– Everything I have read says this is the most important item a guy needs is a good beard trimmer. And most guys go the cheapo route. Use Valentine’s Day to grab him a NICE one.
The one below delivers impeccable grooming precision and cutting performance, whilst making it comfortable to style away, even on the most sensitive skin. Comes with Titanium & Ceramic blades which make it perfectly safe to use and include skin guards that will not allow the blades to nick or cut your skin.
Currently £15 OFF so grab it whilst you can!
Now that you’ve got your essentials squared away, you’re ready to get out there, find that special someone and ask them the all important question, “Will you beard my Valentine?”