| by Danielle Vincent

The Magic Beard & Hair Elixir Pilot Program

Magic beard oil and hair elixirIf you've been paying attention to our blog (I'm sure you hang on every word), you know we're getting ready to release our Magic Beard & Hair Elixir on November 1 (or thereabouts).

Before we actually publically release it, we'd like to try something a little different... which is our product pilot program.

Here's how it works:

  1. You buy the elixir at a discounted rate (close to cost)
  2. You enjoy (hopefully) the elixir
  3. If you like the elixir, you post a review and share it with your social network
  4. If you don't like the elixir, you write me with recommendations, understanding that your feedback helps everyone

 I've created the product page for the Magic Elixir here. You can sign up to get notified when the magic stuff becomes available! We'll only be releasing 10 bottles in the pilot program, and only in the single scent: Twine, which is cedar oil and campfire.

The cedar oil is a light antiseptic, which combats icky smelliness. Mixed with our sweet, smoky campfire, the combination is woody, earthy, and deep, while being lightly scented enough to be worn directly under one's nose day in and day out.

Thank you for your participation!

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