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- $61.00 USD
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An all-natural, deep-conditioning moisturizer for face, hair, and body. Formulated for the whole family. Designed for the road less traveled.
Seriously, you can use it anywhere.
Packaged in a huge 10oz re-usable jar with an easily removed sleeve.
Shipping, Returns & FAQ's
Shipping, Returns & FAQ's
We want you to be happy at Sovrnty, even if the product doesn’t work for you. Everyone has different skin types, hair types, and needs. While we’d love to say our products will work for 100% of the people that buy them, we know that’s simply not the case.
Don’t worry; if you aren’t completely satisfied with our products, we’ll take care of you. If something doesn’t work, we’ll find you a product that does, and if we can’t, we’ll make you whole.
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There's an episode of Seinfeld where Kramer spills hot coffee on himself severely burning his leg. He speaks to a lawyer who promises him he can win a lawsuit against the coffee company for serving the coffee to hot. A few days before meeting with the coffee company executives Kramer's friend, the Maestro, gives him a miracle balm to put on the burn. The next day the burn is miraculously healed and Kramer is very nervous about his meeting. Much to Kramer's lawyer's chagrin he settles for free coffee for life instead of the cash windfall his lawyer promised he would receive. All because of the healing power of the balm.
Could balm devine have the same magical healing power? It certainly might, and even if it doesn't it's still a very nice daily moisturizer.
There's really nothing to find fault with without nitpicking. The label comes off easily, though that is by design. Perhaps it could be made to stay on a little better, but this is hardly a reason to deduct a star.
The packaging is overall great. The jar is reusable and simply *looks* good. The scent is light but still quite evident. The product melts readily in the hands and therefore applies easily and smoothly. I've been using it in my beard and my fiancee on the ends of her hair. We both love it.
The pricetag looks steep, but when you look at it by the ounce it is extremely competitive with other premium balms.
Being a long time purchaser of Beardbrand products I was excited to try out this balm. Beardbrand did not disappoint.
The jar is awesome, will find plenty of uses for it after I use up all the balm. The amount of balm is enormous. It would take me over 6 months to use all the balm in the jar even if I slathered it all over my body several times a day. Great value!
The scent is pleasant, definitely a unisex scent. Not too overpowering, subtle enough to let you know it's there.
Balm applies smoothly, totally absorbs in about a hour for me and leaves my skin feeling soft.
I will probably order another jar of this in the future but it's gonna take me awhile to get thru this jar.
*Disclaimer* I received my order of Balm Divine for no charge in exchange for an honest review. This has no impact on my review. Been in daily use for ~3 weeks
One of the difficult parts of having a natural full beard is finding a product that gives you good mileage for your money. Once you find a product that uses quality ingredients, is a competitive price, and doesn't overwhelm those around you, you know you've struck gold. Balm Divine ticks all of these boxes. I'll break it down into a few categories where I think it excels and will also provide some feedback of where I think it could be improved. Your mileage may vary with any of these categories.
Packaging & Price:
I'm going to lead off with this part of my review because I do think it's a novel approach. Both my wife and I really like the mason jar aesthetic. It's nice looking sitting on your bathroom or kitchen counter. Obviously the label isn't pain to take off which invites you to reuse the jar after you've finished with the balm. That said, it's going to be a while before you get to do that. I was taken aback at how much balm you get for the price. I have a beard that I maintain around 8-13 months length, and I suspect that using this balm as both a beard product as well as a skin moisturizer, I'm going to get a solid 4-5 months out of it. That's really impressive for $60. I know the label says that you get 10oz, but it really feels like you're getting more. This point actually leads to a 'buyer beware' note: this is not travel friendly packaging. Almost every time I travel through airport security, TSA beelines towards my beard products. If you were trying to take this in your carry on, it's absolutely going to be taken, so be prepared to transfer this product into a smaller container if you take this on the go.
Scent is the most subjective category for any balm/oil/perfume/cologne/moisturizer. What I find pleasing could be "a bit much" for you. If you're a previous Beardbrand customer like I am, there's not really anything in their product line that matches this scent. Without knowing the actual fragrances used, I believe patchouli is the dominant fragrance; I do agree with the ethos of the product description that it has a fresh, 'free lifestyle' smell, if that makes sense. Overall, I like the scent. It might not be something I put on for a winter evening when you want something warm and smoky, but this will work for pretty much any occasion, work or play.
I really like the combination of ingredients in this product with a minor critique that keeps popping up the more I use this balm. As a Beardbrand user, I do like products that lean heavily into jojoba oil, and I do like the mango seed butter base. The Lanolin is a nice touch to give you an extra layer of smoothness. For the critique, as someone with a full beard, it could probably use a *wee* bit more beeswax to make taming wild hairs a bit easier. Overall, the ingredients are what we've come to expect from this team.
As a Beard Balm:
Balm Divine does a good job as a daily driver beard balm. I think it provides a nice weight for a full beard even with the aforementioned note about the beeswax amount taken into consideration in taming stray hairs. I find that the scent hangs around probably at a better rate than my other beard brand products. It's nice getting a hint of this scent throughout the day. I don't find that it does much to control a full mustache, but look, it's not a mustache wax.
As a Body Moisturizer:
I've used Balm Divine as a face and body moisturizer and have found that it does a very good job keeping my skin feeling smooth and hydrated throughout the day. I suspect this has a lot to do with the inclusion of lanolin, and it works very well. There's no greasy residue to be found here and I haven't noticed anything like clogged pores or anything that seems to make my skin break out. I did get a bit of sun the other day after some hours outside and found that it offered a nice relief to my skin.
As a Hair Product:
This is the part where I didn't find a whole lot of success. I don't have exceedingly long hair, but I'm finding that I can't really get to the sweet spot for how this should be used as a hair product. More times than not I find that Balm Divine just adds too much weight to my hair and I lose both volume and it causes coverage issues. There's also very little hold with Balm Divine. The most success I've had is running my fingers through my hair with the residuals from my other uses and then continuing on with my other hair products. Would I count it as a hair product at that point? Probably not.
Overall, I think this product could very easily become my new favorite balm due to its utility and scent. The goal here seems to be to bring high quality balms to a broader audience, and in that respect I think it's a success. It's not perfect, but searching for perfection is a fool's errand. I give it a 4.5/5 and...
*transparency statement* i received this product from the company in exchange for an honest review*
About a day after I received the Balm Devine I found myself in a situation where I was doing pre-op medical scrubs multiple times a day for, well, I still am! This stuff has saved my hands and arms from monstrous drying and cracking. There isn't a lotion or cream I could imagine would do a better job!
Initially the idea was to use it as a beard conditioning balm for my coarse and curly dense beard. It does that splendidly as well! But my hands would be a cracked dried out mess without this stuff.
The jar is really nice. It is about the size of a softball (ish). It isnt the most portable of containers but just scoop some out and squish it into a container that suits your needs and voilà! 10/10 will buy in the future.
The scent is pretty mild. Reminds me a little bit of an aftershave I had once upon a time, Lemon Niroli I think it was called. There is some floral and some nice bright citrus. NOT a strong scent which is nice. It might not be your favorite scent ever but I have trouble thinking anyone would actively dislike this scent. A little goes a long way and there is a ton in that jar!
Just buy it. It's awesome.