Wildly Tame Oils is a Canadian oil-based product company from Ontario. The company prides itself on creating natural blended oil products for beard, hair and skin, as well as oil perfumes and therapeutic oils.
In this article, I will review Wildly Tame Oils’ Blackbeard beard oil. This is a rather complex beard oil scent with a wide range of aromas.
Disclosure: The products reviewed in this article have been given to me free of charge. I did not receive any other compensation for writing this review.
Expertise in Oil Products
As I mentioned above, Wildly Tame Oils does not only craft beard oils. They also craft perfumes and therapeutic oils. As a result, they know what they’re doing when it comes to creating oil-based products, and in this case, beard oil. Their expertise in this field helps them stand out form the competition. Quality-wise, I noticed right off the bat that this beard oil is made by people who master their art.
The Blackbeard beard oil scent is complex, unique and terrific. It contains several aromas of various nature including clove, orange, bergamot, cognac and Cuban cigar. Orange and clove are rather predominant, whereas bergamot, cognac and Cuban cigar are more subtle. Personally, I really like that kind of beard oil scent mainly because of its versatility. You can use the Blackbeard beard oil whenever you want, on all occasions. It’s not weird or overly pronounced. Cuban cigar can cognac are two pretty good smelling aromas, and I think it’s a good thing that the cognac aroma doesn’t smell like alcohol at all.
It’s spicy though. You’ll enjoy the Blackbeard beard oil as long as you’re into spicier beard oils. If you’re more into very fruity or cologne-like beard oils, this might not be the best option for you. It’s not woodsy either. It contains citrus notes thanks to orange, but it’s not really fruity per se.
Feeling on Beard and Skin
The Blackbeard beard oil’s texture is just fine, neither too thin nor too thick. It applies pretty well on the beard and the scent lasts for a while. I also liked the fact that the variety of aromas tend to smell randomly during the day. For instance, when I’m at work, my beard starts to smell suddenly like cigar, or orange, or clove, and later, another aromas starts smelling more.
Control is okay, although you really need to use a beard balm with it if you’re on a “bad beard day” or need more shaping. The oil helps hydrate the beard and does a good job at preventing dandruff.
Here’s the list of ingredients for the Blackbeard beard oil:
Signature blend of carrier oils (rice bran, olive, sweet almond, coconut and grapeseed oils), clove, orange, bergamot, cognac and Cuban cigar.
I highly recommend the Blackbeard beard oil to beardsmen who usually like spicy beard oil scents. I have been using this beard oil frequently since I received it. This is a very good option with winter coming up. The product is made by people who know what they’re doing. They make several other oil-based products. You can’t be wrong with the Blackbeard beard oil, and I’m pretty sure their other beard oil scents are high-quality products too!