"Honest Amish?" Isn't that redundant? And clearly, the Amish grow some of the finest beards in the world and across time. So stamping a tin "Honest Amish Beard Balm" is marketing genius. The name sells itself.
As a bonus, contrary to pretty much everything else you buy, read, or see on the news these days, Honest Amish Beard Balm is no exaggeration, manipulation, or straight-up lie: it, along with a whole line of men's grooming products, is actually made by honest Amish people in Transfer, PA. From a blend of hair strengthening botanicals infused in virgin argan, avocado, almond, virgin pumpkin seed, and apricot kernal oils. I bet their beards are glorious.
To solidify its oil-blend base, the Honest Amish finish their Beard Balm by folding it into fruit and nut butters, including shea, aloe, cocoa, and kokum. The finished product, all-natural and organic, serves to soften, condition, and repair dry, splitting follicles, and promote new growth. The balm can also ease below-the-beard itching.
Honest Amish Beard Balm comes in 2-ounce tins. Recyclable, of course.