Our Sukkot Beard Balm is inspired by the fragrances of the Jewish holiday of Sukkot. Sukkot is a harvest festival associated with nature, joy, and faith. The essential oils in this scent blend are lemon, lemongrass, myrtle, and mint.
Use Aleph Malebeard balm to:
Make your beard look sharper and shapely
Moisturize the beard and the skin underneath (much better than a dry scraggly beard)
Control your beard frizz and fly away hairs
Reveal the natural colors and tints of your beard
Give your beard an amazing natural scent with aromatherapy grade essential oils
We have made some changes to our packaging, shipping, and recipe, read more here.
Aleph Male Product Inspiration:
Did you know? According to Jewish spirituality when you wear a beard, you open the gates of blessing. The beard is one of the hallmarks of Jewish sacred masculinity. Thousands of years ago the Hebrew Bible describes how the ancient Israelites would anoint priests and kings with sacred oils. In Psalm133 King David refers to the ‘goodly oil’ that ‘runs down the beard’ of Aaron the High Priest.
Also, the Aleph (א) is the first letter of the Hebrew alphabet and symbolizes Unity and creativity. An Aleph Male is a man, a mensch, who tunes his spirit to his highest self and Aleph Male beard care is here to tune your beard to a higher level of majesty. Handmade from 100% natural ingredients including oils and beeswax from Eretz Yisrael (the Land of Israel) Aleph Male makes your beard look kingly, feel fresh and soft, and smell amazing.
Easy-open screw top tin
50ml tin (1.69 oz) lasts a month or longer with daily use
Ingredients: Coconut Oil, Shea Butter, Bees Wax (sourced in Israel), Olive Oil (sourced in Israel), Jojoba Oil (sourced in Israel), Castor Oil, Vitamin -E Oil as well as Lemon, Myrtle, Lemongrass, and Mint essential oils.
I bought this for my significant other, he is spoiled. It is his favorite product to use on his beard and he is constantly asking for more. I also love the smell of this product.
Feelin, smellin, lovin the holy Jewce!
...that's infused into the magic potion. I do miss the Havdalah blend which wasn't available when I last ordered. Thanks for the beard blessing and blessing you back with health, shalom and abundance gadol. Good Purim, Good Purim!! From the other holy land of Boulder. Hoping to visit you someday soon. Avraham K.