Lucky Scruff Beard Oil Review

Lucky Scruff Beard Oil Review

I have just finished working my way through all of the products from Lucky Scruff. First off they arrived in white fabric bags that are very pleasing to the eyes and with their logo on it as a nice touch.

I tested three different oils. Tea Tree, Cedar Spice, and Holy and a bar of their Pine Tar Soap.

Now I must preface this as all beard oils are recommended with just a couple of drops, but with my beard I am past that to almost a bit more than a nickel size. I have tested each of these oils for a month.

My beard reached the yeard mark while I was using their products and I am very impressed with Lucky Scruff products they do not disappoint. My beard was extremely soft and very manageable. All of their oils do not weigh down your beard nor do they leave it all oily. All of their scents were spot ion and made me want to hurry to their next product. But I had to take my time.

I started with Cedar Spice Beard Oil. Upon breaking the seal on the bottle and opening it up, My senses were delightfully tickled with the scent of cedar wood, clove, and nutmeg. It was very pleasing to the nose through out the day.

The Tea Tree Beard Oil they say is their most crisp and fresh smelling blend. I would have to totally agree it is a oil you can wear any day and you just feel refreshed. I received many compliments from women who wanted to smell my beard with this oil. Which is starting to be a more common occurrence. Defiantly not complaining.

Now The Holy Beard Oil is by far my favorite product Lucky Scruff makes. I could not get enough of this oil. This is Lucky Scruffs original oil, what started everything for them. They hit a home run with this oil from the start. It is infused with essential oils that capture the dusty, citrusy aspect of frankincense with a hint of mahogany. This oil and scent has taken over as my all time favorite. I can not endorse this oil enough.

Lucky Scruff Pine Tar Soap is the first pine tar soap I have used on my beard. I was hesitant at first, but after I started using it I was truly impressed. Lucky Scruff Pine Tar Soap uses Certified Sustainable Palm Oil promoting the growth and use of sustainable palm oil. Working it through my beard created a nice thick build up of suds that were quite silky smooth. The more I used it, the more I liked it, as time went on I realized less and less split ends in my beard.

All in all Lucky Scruff is as wonderful company creating wondrous products, please keep up the great work. Now stop reading and go order yourself some Holy Beard Oil stat! You will thank me later.

Check out Lucky Scruff at or on Facebook at luckyscruff

Product review by D²

Beardsley Product line review

Yes I know this took some time. I planned to do a review each week, but Beardsley sent me their Shampoo, Conditioner, Beard Oil, and Beard Lotion. So I had to take some time to test out all of their amazing products to get the full effect. I used their products for a month.

I started off day one with a nice shower and lathered up my beard with Beardsley Ultra Shampoo Wild Berry for Beards. The aroma was very nice and relaxing for an early morning shower. Washing my beard twice giving it a nice rinse. Afterwards I started to massage in Beardsley Ultra Conditioner. Right away I could feel my beard getting softer and smelling very refreshing. Some have said they are not a fan of the Wild Berry aroma, but I am.

After getting out of the shower and patting my beard of the excess water I spritzed my hand with the Beardsley Oil for Beards. I did 13 pumps of the bottle. On a side note I am absolutely loving the pump dispenser for beard oil. I could instantly feel how soft my beard was from the shampoo and conditioner, but adding int he Oil for Beards just took my beard to an Uber level of softness. The oil has a very nice aroma nothing too strong. The oil is not heavy at all, it gave volume and fluffiness to my beard.

I found that Beardsley’s botanical ingredients are especially soothing to the skin. The more I used it the softer my beard got. I am truly impressed with the Beardsley product line. The skin under my beard feel healthy and fresh, as well my beard is looking lush and full of vigor.

The Beardsley Lotion for Beards I used as a freshen up if I was at work and did not get to go home and take a shower before working a game at night. As with all their other products the aroma was fresh and nice. Beardsley really knows how to boot overwhelm the senses.

I highly recommend all of Beardsley Products. I have gotten more compliments on my beard since using it. And the most important one is from my girlfriend who has just been in love with my beard since using Beardsley products. She can not keep her hands off my beard. That is a win win in my book. Keep up the great work Beardsley, and Beard On!

Stop by and check out Beardsley at it is worth it.

Product review by D²

BEARd Oil Co.: BEARd Oil Leather Review

BEARd Oil Leather Review

I have to start this review with how happy I was to try out a leather scented beard oil. First thing I did was open that bottle and take a big whiff, and was my nose not let down as I took in a wonderful aroma of leather. Gave me the feeling I was sitting in a brand new car. Granted the aroma is not overpowering at all, nice and light.

Made of Avocado, Argan, Jojoba, and Leather essential oils. Warning Argan oil is a product of nuts. This was the first beard oil that I have used with a pump applicator. I have to say that I really enjoy just spritzing the oil, no cap to fuss with after screwing on, nice and clean.

After using it for a week my beard was nice soft and very manageable. The skin under my beard was healthy and happy. Just last night I was at an event when a woman came up and said that beard is beautiful may I touch? Of course I said yes and she got in close and took in a sniff of the beard and said oh it’s leather!! Then commented on how soft my beard was.

I am very happy with this product and would recommend it to anyone looking for that leather manly smell. It is $15 for 60ml. Stop on over to and check out the other products they have. You can also find them on facebook here.

Review by Dougie D.’s 3rd Annual Garden State Beard & ‘Stache Competition

I’ve only heard, as in folklore, about how epic the Garden State comp is and I can tell you it did not disappoint. Firstly let’s talk about the venue, Asbury Lanes. This bowling alley is located nearly on the shore of Jersey (only a few blocks away, in fact). The meet and greet consisted of many bands and burlesque dancers. There were ample bars and bartenders for ordering and a dedicated area to order bar food. That is important as the drinking was long and food was a must have, in fact the kitchen began running out of items on both the meet and greet and event nights. That isn’t a criticism, the cook did a fantastic job taking orders and filling them pronto (he never wrote anything down). There was simply an excess of hungry beardos and facial hair enthusiasts, all good things!
The meet and greet actually pulled off a ‘beardo speed date’, connecting female facial hair enthusiasts with some prime beardos and moustachios. Sadly no bowling could be had as the venue was packed on both nights, but that was the only aspect that could have made these nights any better. In fact, the stage for the bands was setup in the middle of the venue in the middle of the center lanes!
On Saturday, competition night, the line to get in was out the door! Luckily we purchased tickets online and were able to jump ahead and get in right away (It was a cold night). Once inside, there were raffle baskets for charity, several vendor tables (mostly local beard clubs, but also some local artists). A local salon, Hot Mess, was busy doing freestyle beards for a specific category pitting these styles against each other.
There were 2 MC’s and all the judges had microphones for commentary. Adam RealMan and Al (something or other, sorry I’ve forgot). Adam entertained with some sideshow performance with smoking like 1-2 packs of cigarettes in that span of 5-10 mins!?! It may be hard to picture, but it was quite entertaining and fun.
Contestants were called up and Adam and Al provided funny commentary in between. The categories were split up by a couple of bands playing in between and the awarding of the raffle baskets. Throughout the night people were encouraged to take pictures for Count Justinian wax with the tins used as pasties. For each woman who did this the Count donated $10 ad for each man he donated $5. Needless to say at some point there were 15-20 beardos sporting moustache wax tins over their nipples and all for charity!!
It was quite a successful comp. The host hotel, The Empress, was loaded with people standing in the 3rd floor hallway and in multiple rooms for the after party. If you haven’t yet come to this comp, but it on your calendar it is not to be missed!

Review by: Anthony TheStash Fontes