Beard Oil - Wild Rose Country

MacDuff's Soap Company


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Notes: Rose Blend, Sandalwood, Oud, Cognac, Black Pepper, Atlas Cedar, Patchouli, Hay Absolute, Palmarosa, Labdanum, Benzoin

Apply just a couple drops to the palm of your hand. Work oil from base of beard outwards, as needed. Apply after a shower to your towel dried beard for best results. Beards in drier climates will benefit from a couple applications per day.

"Blessed is the person too busy to worry in the day time and too tired to worry at night." - Prairie Proverb

Wild Rose Country is inspired by wild rose, the official flower of Alberta and is one of my original scents that started off as a simple four essential oil blend. This iteration of Wild Rose Country is an approach to perfumery I have yet to try-- a duplicate of a pre existing fragrance usually from the perfumery world, more commonly known as a “dupe.” As I'm not one to disappoint those who have come to appreciate my style of scent blending, I've combined two dupes with a good portion of my own approach, for something unique to Macduff's Soap Company.

Wild Rose Country combines a dupe of Rose 31 by Le Labo (30 percent of the scent blend) and Killian's Angel Share (20 percent of the scent blend). The remaining 50 percent is a creation of my own that combines my own natural "fake" rose blend (ho wood, rose geranium, Egyptian geranium and rosewood), a touch of atlas cedar, hay absolute and palmarosa (a holdover to prior versions of WRC) that lend a slight "grassy" touch, and a base of benzoin, vanilla, sandalwood, labdanum and oud. The resulting scent is a sweet and spicy rose that has a rich, warm and woodsy base.

Our beard oil will draw in and hold moisture that will keep your beard feeling and looking healthy. Your skin is moisturized as well, helping to control beard-druff. Formulated to be less greasy than a regular beard oil while still offering excellent performance. Depending on beard size and frequency of use, one bottle should last you about 3 months.

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