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delivery time approx. 3-5 working days in Germany
- order number PS-UC-11808
- Supplier Name: Uppercut
- EAN: 817891023618
- Weight: 0,2 kg
- Sales Unit: 6
Natural Beard Oil
Finally, the first beard oil from Uppercut Deluxe. With a very fine scent of patchouli and leather. Made in Australia
The Uppercut Beard Oil Patchouli & Leather helps to moisturise the beard and the underlying skin. The purely natural ingredients such as argan, avocado, jojoba, rosemary and soy oil provide the best care properties. It prevents itching during the growth phase, softens the beard and helps with dry skin or even dandruff. The fragrance is not heavy or obtrusive, as is often the case with patchouli or leather notes. Instead, the fragrance is pleasantly mild, even rather fresh, and is very softly reminiscent of leather and patchouli.
Using the pipette, drip a bit of beard oil onto the palms and massage gently into the dry or slightly moist beard hair and skin. That's it! The oil immediately gets soaked up by beard hair and skin. Even from the hands no washing is necessary.
The beard oil is packaged in a matt-black glass bottle with pipette.
Made in Australia
Contents: 30 ml / NET 1.0 FL.OZ
- Captrylic / Caprictriglyceride
- Argania Spinosa Kernel Oil (Argan)
- Persea Gratissima Kernel Oil (avocado)
- Rosmarinus Officinalis Leaf Oil (Rosmary)
- Simondsia Chinensis Seed Oil (Jojoba)
- Glycine Max Oil (soybean)
* Components of the perfume
Uppercut" is a term used in boxing. In the 1930/40s the young Willy O'Shea earned the nickname "Uppercut O'Shea, " as he toured through Australia boxing week after week for nearly a decade. Just 15 years old, he came in 1930 from Ireland to Sydney, Australia. Despite the tough times and the hard sport Willy O'Shea always made an effort to look sharp and always had a clean tie in his bag as well as a tub of home-made hair grease. Willy's legacy lives on through the Uppercut pomade, an Australian family owned company which has set itself the goal to make you look as well groomed as it was Willy back in the 1930's.