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Frequently Asked Question

Are your products natural?

Our products are up to 99% naturally derived. We use as many plant-based ingredients as possible to deliver exceptional performance without ever using harsh chemicals. No phthalates, no parabens, no sodium lauryl sulfate, no dyes, and never tested on animals.

How often should I use this and how much?

The frequency of use may depend on the product and your hair type. As a general rule of thumb, lather a small dollop of beard + face wash in wet hair morning and night. For beard oils, butters, and balms, use a dime sized amount in dry hair as desired.

What does it mean that you're "responsibly made"?

We take every effort to make responsible and sustainably-minded choices. Aside from using naturally derived ingredients and zero harsh chemicals, Every Man Jack products are made in the USA and certified Cruelty Free with packaging bottles made with 50% post-consumer recycled plastic. We've also partnered with ECODRIVE to plant one tree per order to help offset carbon emissions.

When should I start to use beard products?

Beard oil and wash can be used with any length of facial hair. Beard butter and conditioner is better for short to long beard lengths. Balm is best for medium to long beard lengths.

Should I use my normal hair care products on my beard?

No. Beard hair tends to be coarser and curlier than the hair on your head. That being said, our beard products are specially formulated with rich, nourishing ingredients to help combat the itchiness, roughness, or dryness associated with coarse, thick facial hair.

Can beard products help with beard flakes?

Beard oil, butter, and balm can provide hydration. Beard + face wash can cleanse the hair and skin underneath. So yes, they can help.

Which products are for hydration versus styling?

Beard oil, beard butter, and beard + face lotion are moisturizers and can provide hydration to your beard hair and the skin underneath. Beard balm is better suited for styling. Beard butter also has light styling properties, but not a ton of hold—therefore a better option for hydration.
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08/26/2022
Anonymous
United States
I recommend this product

EVERY (product) (a) MAN (needs) JACK

I have used other products by Every Man Jack and was very satisfied. I felt confident in ordering the Beard Grooming Set, and it surpassed my expectations. I have been complimented on both the feel and smell of my beard.

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08/22/2022
Anonymous
United States United States
I recommend this product

Great Products

So far, I am very satisfied with my purchase.

CH
08/17/2022
Cian H.
United States United States

Great buy

I love the comb , face wash felt so wonderful. I like the oil not so much the other stuff it comes with

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08/16/2022
Anonymous
United States United States
I recommend this product

Totally worth it �

The products work and leaves your beard smooth, silky and smelling good.

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06/20/2022
Rick P.

Well worth the try

Sample set included everything you might want to try to keep your beard well groomed. I’ve been using my regular Sandalwood face and body soap for my beard for a while, and the Beard Wash included in the kit does seem to have more moisturizing to it. Have not used the Beard Oil yet, but may soon. Re: the Beard Butter and Beard Balm, I find the Butter to have more moisturizing and less control, and the Balm to be the opposite (more control). It is thicker and needs to be warmed in your hands before applying. Not sure if the consistency is normal or from “exposure to air”.

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