WARNING: A patchy, itchy and rancid beard WON’T help your Lady Friend get close!
Get a quick solution that HYDRATES your beard with a great smell and lasts all day WITHOUT a greasy look or feel.
Introducing: Bounty Hunter
Free of harsh chemicals, parabens, and sulfates. 100% Vegan.
Unscented for perfect pairing with any LiT scented beard oil or balm
Keeps your beard clean for healthy growth
Moisturizes skin to ward off pesky beard dandruff
Removes dirt and “beard build up” with extreme prejudice
Makes Shower Time Beard Care Smell Sweet
Description CAUTION: LIT Bounty Hunter beard products smells so good women will NOT be able to keep their hands off of your beard. These deliciously scented beard products are a masterful blend of a midwest leather that will delight even the most hard to please beardsman.
Decadent Leather, Tobacco and Vanilla combine to make the perfect scent to make your special lady purr. We can’t be held responsible if your days AND nights are spent letting people smell your beard.
I got the bounty hunter beard soap and when I get outta the shower the GF drops to her knees and starts licking her lips. It’s that good.
Love the Smell and feel of it. Makes me seem like I'm in a brand new Saddle Bag on a 1947 Indian Chieftain Motorcycle. Badass Product.
Great product. Makes my beard really soft and manageable after a hot day of working outside. Removes oils and balms from the previous day. Smells exactly as advertised.
The wash smells good you can smell all three scents in the wash but the balm and oil I can't smell the vanilla for some reason but the wash I can along with the tobacco and leather but all around its a great product.
Love the Bounty Hunter beard wash. Thanks for the bottle of beard oil as well. Keep up the good work! F*CK razors!
Scent is addicting
Love the wash. Leaves your beard feeling clean and smelling fresh. Keep it up team
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