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Barbershops are extremely important to the African-American community. It was one of the first true respectably professions to open up for black men who quickly established their own shops since they were not allowed in shops with white clientele. By the early 18th century, barbershops, were the centers of the various black communities whether free or slave. Black men not only congregated at the barbershop, they did almost everything there.

When testing beardoil it's important to remember that the product can act differently in/on various beard and skin types. When it comes to fragrance it's pretty much down to personal taste and preferences. So what you want to look after is the ingredients not only that they make your beard look and feel healthy but even more important is that the oil is good for YOUR skin. The classic ingredients in a beard/hair/facial oil is: Argan oil jojoba oil sweet almond oil safflower seed oil castor…

The Barber Collective just reviewed our The Cafe, the Sportster and the Basketcase beard oils. This one means a lot to us because everyone in the Barber Collective is a licensed barber and use a number of various products. http://www.thebarbercollective.co