Introducing the Scotch Porter Restorative Leave-In Beard Conditioner

Introducing the Scotch Porter Restorative Leave-In Beard Conditioner


If you’ve been looking for a conditioner that won’t leave your beard feeling greasy and weighed-down, Scotch Porter’s Restorative Leave-In Beard Conditioner is exactly that—a deep-conditioning leave-in beard treatment without the heavy feel. The all-natural blend provides long-lasting moisture, softness and a healthy shine, and the best part—you can leave it in! This highly-effective treatment helps eliminate dryness, and excessive beard shedding while promoting a soft, thick-growing beard. And as an added bonus, it emits a masculine but floral blend of carnation, with subtle notes of sandalwood, powdery musk and spicy undertones.

This leave-in beard conditioner is handcrafted specifically to address your beards needs. It’s formulated with a slew of beneficial beard-saving ingredients, most notably, Agave, Sea Kelp and Gotu Kola.

Now you may ask… “what’s the difference between the Restorative Leave-In Beard Conditioner and the Hydrate & Nourish Beard Conditioner? Here it is.

Using a leave in conditioner is sometimes viewed as an extra step, but if a you suffer from dry or frizzy hair, it’s incredibly beneficial. Leave in conditioners are usually lighter and less dense, but still provide the hair with additional moisture. Because they’re left behind, they can also protect against environmental damage like sun exposure, and a good leave in beard conditioner will also provide extra slip making combing easier, preventing excessive beard shedding which hampers beard growth.

While some products, like our Beard Balm contain similar ingredients as our leave-in conditioner, applying a leave-in before applying our styling balm adds additional hydration for those that have beards that require additional moisture.

Ready to add the Restorative Leave-In Beard Conditioner to your beard care line up? Pick it up here.


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