Review – Brazil’s Lion Tamer Beard Oil

Brazil’s Lion Tamer Beard Oil – RAWR!

Before I get to reviewing the Lion Tamer Beard Oil, you need to know a bit more about the story behind Brazil’s, I copy-pasted a short text from their website, and I urge you to visit and read the whole story, you can find it here:

The creator of Brazil’s beard oil (&mustache wax) writes this:
“My great great grandfather Carl Max Alexander Rhodin is better known as ringmaster Brazil Jack.

He was an all-round performer and artist, some of the acts he performed with included Memory Challenges, shadow theater, lassoing, horse riding, shooting, theater, violin and piano-playing ( He could play both piano and violin at the same time). Other than himself he had several spectacular acts and artists employed at his circus. The circus head act often included Brazil Jack on horse, dressed as a cowboy, throwing lasso and shooting his gun, he was the European Buffalo Bill.
The circus was restarted in the 80’s and is still active as “Circus Brazil Jack”.”


It’s a really interesting story and I think it’s great that a beard oil and mustache wax can carry a heritage on, but in a different direction! All the best and huge cred!

Anyway, let’s get on with this review, I got to try 2 different scents of beard oil, one called “Citrus” and one called “Sawdust”, and as a extra I also got a mustache wax, but that one I’m testing in my big mustache wax review in the beginning of 2014. Along with a big amount of other mustache waxes! Another nice thing is that I’m gonna giveaway a few Brazil’s products as well, 2 sawdust, 2 citrus and 2 mustache wax, so be sure to keep an eye out on the giveaways page, Facebook, Twitter and website.

citrusBrazil’s Lion Tamers Beard Oil – Citrus – This oil smells wonderful, citrus tho is a very basic scent, and popular. Yet this one does great and smells crisp and lot’s. The citrus scent is fresh and uplifting, it really gets you going and make you less tired with the strong and great smell. As a oil it’s very good, it’s absorbed quickly into your beard and skin, and it doesn’t leave your beard oily or greasy. It makes my beard puff up and feel bigger, smoother and much more healthy.

The Citrus comes in a 30 ml/1 oz bottle with a drip cap. The ingredients are Argan oil, Jojoba oil, Avocado oil, Apricot oil and Essential oils.

sawdustBrazil’s Lion Tamers Beard Oil – Sawdust – Oh wow, this is clearly my favorite of the two, a really, really potent and strong scent of actual sawdust. It’s amazing. I’ve been at several sawmills in my youth and this oil really smells like the huge sawdust pile. As I wrote, it’s a very strong scent, so caution is advised. Try a few drops at first and if you feel like using more, do it. This scent is really uplifting, crisp and sharp, it really heightens my awareness and makes me awake.

The Sawdust comes in a 30 ml/1 oz bottle with a drip cap. The ingredients are Argan oil, Jojoba oil, Avocado oil, Apricot oil and Essential oils.

Final thoughts:
The citrus is a safe bet, it does what it’s supposed to, it moisturizes, shines and smells great of fresh citrus. A great product for a first time user, and of course more experienced ones, but the lightness and greatness of this oil is a good starter, that will still be usable in the higher league (bigger beard and more experienced product user)
The Sawdust, as I said, my favorite of the two, a wonderful smell of sawdust, it really speaks to me and makes me smile, it also makes me sniff my beard very often I think it even might look creepy when I’m doing it in public, but hey, a great scent that needs to be smelled.

And remember to keep an eye out for my huge mustache wax review in the beginning of 2015!

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