The Story of Noble Endeavour Beard Wash
It has been said that you cannot grow a beard in a fit of passion, the fact is it requires a commitment uncommon in modern times. Noble Endeavour our all natural beard wash acknowledges this commitment, honouring it with a cleansing hit to the olfactory’s that suggests peppermint and clay got it on one sunny day. Delivering a cleansing sulphate free foam to remove unwanted grime and argan oil to leave your beard feeling conditioned and resplendent, this is a wash for every beard, every day.
Noble Endeavour was only ever meant to be the placeholder name for this product, as we thought the process of building a great wash to relieve men of the smell and itchiness associated with a beard, was in fact a ‘noble endeavour’ well the name stuck, so here we are.
THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW
1/ Gentle as your proverbial giant
2/ Will not strip moisture and leave you dry, itchy and sh*tty like cheap soaps and shampoo.
3/ 100% Natural ingredients and fragrance
4/ Perfect for all beard and skin types.
This plant is believed to have high antioxidant and antibacterial properties to aid with skin complaints such as bruising, itchy skin and fungal infections. It’s also unofficially the native flower of New Zealand. We use it in our Beard wash
Tamanu Seed Oil
Has been used for centuries by native Tahitians to coat their bodies when bathing, preparing for war and during courtship. It's now widely considered a modern day wonder plant, renowned for its antibacterial and healing qualities which promote elastic, supple skin
Bursting with the good stuff, containing minerals and nutrients like: manganese; iron; magnesium; calcium; folate; potassium and copper. It's also got omega-3 fatty acids, Vitamin A and Vitamin C under its belt. Since it's just peppermint oil, all we'll say is that it's a natural stimulant and healer.
HOW TO USE IT
Perfect for all beard types and lengths. Place a dime size amount of noble endeavour in the palm of your hand and then with water, either in the shower or over a basin wash the beard with a style of agitation that comes naturally, before ensuring a thorough rinse off with clean fresh water.