Beard Balms by Fit for Vikings

Here are the beard balms that are handmade by Fit for Vikings
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This beard balm is named after the infamous glacier Eyjafjallajökull, that everyone loves to pronounce. The balm is simply Christmas in a tin, great mix of pine and cinnamon with just a hint of sweet orange. Very relaxing and comforting smell.

This beard balm is named after the infamous glacier Eyjafjallajökull, that everyone loves to pronounce. The balm is simply Christmas in a tin, great mix of pine and cinnamon with just a hint of sweet orange. Very relaxing and comforting smell.

The highest point of Iceland is Hvannadalshnjúkur, a peak on the glacier Öræfajökull. From the top you got a view wide and far with nature at its best. This beard balm blends together our favourite smells of nature, the feel good and relaxing scent of ylang ylang and sandalwood with the fruitiness of the sweet orange and lemongrass.

The highest point of Iceland is Hvannadalshnjúkur, a peak on the glacier Öræfajökull. From the top you got a view wide and far with nature at its best. This beard balm blends together our favourite smells of nature, the feel good and relaxing scent of ylang ylang and sandalwood with the fruitiness of the sweet orange and lemongrass.

Aurora Borealis aka the Northern Lights is something everyone should see at least once in their lifetime. The bright dancing lights bring mystic and awe to anyone witnessing them. The Aurora Borealis beard balm is as mystic as northern lights themselves but we want the scent to be a surprise to you as you open the tin.

Aurora Borealis aka the Northern Lights is something everyone should see at least once in their lifetime. The bright dancing lights bring mystic and awe to anyone witnessing them. The Aurora Borealis beard balm is as mystic as northern lights themselves but we want the scent to be a surprise to you as you open the tin.

They say that if you get lost in an Icelandic forest just stand up. It is after the largest Icelandic forest this beard balm is named Hallormsstaðaskógur and to no surprise then that is exactly what you get. A tin of beard balm with a mix of tea tree, cedarwood and sandalwood, as woody and masculine as it gets.

They say that if you get lost in an Icelandic forest just stand up. It is after the largest Icelandic forest this beard balm is named Hallormsstaðaskógur and to no surprise then that is exactly what you get. A tin of beard balm with a mix of tea tree, cedarwood and sandalwood, as woody and masculine as it gets.

Hálendið or the Highlands, refers to an area covering most of the interior of Iceland, in fact 76% of the country. Amazing place, mostly uninhabitable volcanic desert. It is from this bareness that we bring you Hálendið with no added scent at all, just the bare base oils and butters for those that want the benefits of beard balm without the extra smell.

Hálendið or the Highlands, refers to an area covering most of the interior of Iceland, in fact 76% of the country. Amazing place, mostly uninhabitable volcanic desert. It is from this bareness that we bring you Hálendið with no added scent at all, just the bare base oils and butters for those that want the benefits of beard balm without the extra smell.

Our Bárðarbunga beard balm packs a punch that is fitting a beard balm named after this volcano that erupted last in 2014. When you first smell it then the scent of liquorice from the Aniseed essential oil hits you, then you notice the nice undertone of black pepper and clove bud with a hint of sweetness from the sweet orange.  Anyone that has spent any time in Iceland or Scandinavia knows we Vikings love our liquorice. Yeah, even so much so that we put it in our beards.

Our Bárðarbunga beard balm packs a punch that is fitting a beard balm named after this volcano that erupted last in 2014. When you first smell it then the scent of liquorice from the Aniseed essential oil hits you, then you notice the nice undertone of black pepper and clove bud with a hint of sweetness from the sweet orange. Anyone that has spent any time in Iceland or Scandinavia knows we Vikings love our liquorice. Yeah, even so much so that we put it in our beards.

This beard balm gets its name from one of the coolest places in Iceland, Jökulsárlón which literally means “glacial river lagoon”. The lagoon is ever changing because of the melting of the glaciers. A bit like the smell of this beard balm which has subtle changes throughout the day, from a masculine wood scent to sweet lemon smell.

This beard balm gets its name from one of the coolest places in Iceland, Jökulsárlón which literally means “glacial river lagoon”. The lagoon is ever changing because of the melting of the glaciers. A bit like the smell of this beard balm which has subtle changes throughout the day, from a masculine wood scent to sweet lemon smell.

This beard balm is as energetic and refreshing like the winds that blow all around Herðubreið, the mountain the balm is named after. Slightly woody smell with a refreshing spearmint tone, perfect in the morning and sure thing to help you wake up.

This beard balm is as energetic and refreshing like the winds that blow all around Herðubreið, the mountain the balm is named after. Slightly woody smell with a refreshing spearmint tone, perfect in the morning and sure thing to help you wake up.

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