"What really happened between those trees? Nobody seems to know." The opening lines of singer/songwriter Jimmy Atkins' song Ghost Lights asks the question about a mysterious piece of North Carolina folklore found in Ruddy Man Grooming's back yard on Brown Mountain. This scent was created to embody the scents of western Carolina mountains in the fall, complete with falling acorns and oak leaves, mountain air, and the ripened fruits of autumn. Enjoy this outstanding seasonal while it lasts and before the time between times closes.
Ruddy Balm pairs nicely (and works best) with Ruddy Man Beard Oil to complete the beard care experience. With the hold and spread of both beeswax and shea butter, this conditioning agent makes for a fine beard shaper. Think of it as the "gel" or "mousse" of beard hair. While it can be used by itself, this balm really shines when paired with your favorite scent of Ruddy Man Beard Oil. After showering and applying Ruddy Man Beard Oil to your facial hair, take a dime-to-quarter-sized amount into your palm, rub until melted, and work into beard, taming fly-aways and shaping your beard and stache.