Beardilizer – does it really work? DAY 3
Am I going crazy?
Maybe, but I swear that i see 3 new beard hair on my bald spot under my nose. No, i’m not making this up. I checked it very closely before starting this treatment, and there were NO hair there, and now I have 3?! This is scary. Does this mean that It’s working?
Tho let’s not get ahead of ourselves, the treatment is supposed to last at least a month, and for me seeing results after 3 days seem a bit to good to be true right? Imagine, what if my mustache is gonna end up a full and magnificent one!
Before I continue, the awesome people at Beardilizer gave me a 10% discount code that you can use during checkout at www.beard-growth.com if you want to order your own batch! If you find yourself at the checkout, please use the discount code “SVEN” to get 10% on your Beardilizer purchase!
I’m still taking 3 pills, 3 times a day. 9 pills in total. I’m doing that for 10 days and this is day 3. And after some consultation from the Beardilizer crew I ended up just using the cream in the morning and the spray only at night, and not at the same time. It’s working great.
One thing I’m not liking is the smell and taste of the pills, I thought I’d get used to them, but no. Maybe I have to give em a few more days before I get used to it.
Here’s one thing i like tho, the Beardilizer Beard Conditioner and Softener cream. Damn, this is some nice stuff. When i first applied it to my beard it looked wet, you don’t need that much tbh. The beard looked like i just got out of the shower after I applied the cream, but after just about 5-10 minutes it started to dry up and get absorbed by my beard. And daaamn, It’s almost like steroids for my beard, it looks pumped, it feels pumped. Imagine a push-up bra, but for your beard. Everytime I touch my beard it feels bigger, for real!!!
The ingredients in the cream are as follow:
Aqua (Deionized water), Olea Europea (Olive) oil extract, Cetearyl Olivate, Sorbitan Olivate, Glycerin, Cetearyl Glucoside, Butyrospernum Parkli (Shea) butter, Glycerin, Cetyl Esters, Heliantus Annuus (Sunflower) oil, Cocos Nuceifera (coconut) oil, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond Oil), Persea Gratissima (Avocado) oil, Lauric Acid, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Myristic Acid, Parfum (Fragrance), Gluconolactone, Sodium Benzoate.
And the directions for applications on the can says:
Every morning and as often as needed, apply and rub into the body of the facial hair, taking care to fully coat the skin and beard to end.
Sound easy enough right? The cream it self more used as a compliment to the pills and spray, giving your beard a nice healing texture. And it’s totally worth buying even if you won’t use the pills or spray. I love this cream and it smells amazing :)
If you have any experience of using this cream or any other Beardilizer product, please tell me in the comments what you thought and if it worked for you!