King's Blessing Beard Oil
$ 32.00 USD
$ 24.50 USD
Aleph Male's King's Blessing Beard Oil is inspired by Kings David's journey through the hills of Judea where two plants with incredible fragrances grow - sage and jasmine.
Use Aleph Male Beard Oil to:
- Coat and moisturize each hair of your beard with
super healthy beard ingredients
- Relax your beard
- Make your beard hair more manageable and easy to untangle
- Bring your beard hair into alignment
- Moisturizes the skin underneath your beard
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 the 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.
- 1.7 oz bottle with dropper
- Made to last 1-2 months with daily use
Olive Oil (sourced in Israel), Almond Oil (sourced in Israel), Vitamin-E Oil, Jojoba Oil, as well as sage and jasmine essential oils.
This past fall (2018) my wife and I visited Italy for the first time (we are from US). I ended up being sick for almost the entire 2 weeks, and as a result shaving was low on my priority list - I came home with a "beard." I have only had a beard one time before in my life, and that was a good 30 years ago! In the midst of an incredibly itchy initial growing, I thought "who knows how to manage beards the best?" My immediate search was for "Israeli beard oil" and it turned up Aleph Male. For the past couple years, I have been learning Biblical Hebrew, so a company with Aleph in it's name had to be legit!
I ordered a couple bottles (Boker Tov and Sukkot). Not only did it sooth the itch and give my beard a wonderful soft touch, but I got many compliments on the aroma (even from, no, especially from my wife! Once those bottles got low, I decided to order a couple more, and Aleph Male had some new scents: Cedar and Kings Blessing got my attention so I ordered them. I reviewed the Cedar already (summary: very nice).
For Kings Blessing, It turns out I was mistakenly sent a very strong Cinnamon smelling oil (which was actually another new oil they had available). I hadn't chosen the Cinnamon oil because I wasn't sure what that would be like smeared on my beard, just inches from my nose all day. It turned out to be amazing! I was reluctant to even mention to Eitan about the mixup because I was so pleased with the cinnamon (now one of my favorites!). However, I did let Eitan know in case he had a production issue. Besides, I REALLY wanted the Kings Blessing - Sage, Jasmine... So Eitan sent me a free replacement bottle.
So the real Kings Blessing - not exactly what I expected - I did not get the Sage or Jasmine scent I had expected as much as a more earthly, subtly cedar smell (yet it is clearly not the cedar oil!). In short, it is yet another wonderful beard oil from Aleph Male. Not sweet, not harsh, just a clean, pleasing "male" aroma that follows you around mos...