Scent Glossary

 

— The Adventurer
— The Connoisseur
— The Duke
— The Gent
— The Lady
— The Jetsetter
— The Lumberjack
— The Lumberjill
— The Muse
— The Outlaw
— The Pirate
— The Pirate Queen
The Ranger
— The Sojourner
— The Viking
— The Wise
— The Woodsman

The Adventurer

Scent: sandalwood, black pepper, black licorice – warm, spicy, manly
Scent Strength: strong
Therapeutic Essential Oil Benefits: relaxing, aphrodisiac, can help relieve anxiety, calming, antidepressant
Key Benefits: Great scent for a fancy night. Can help relieve jitters. Has a strong, handsome smell. Black Pepper Essential Oil is believed to help those who inhale it regularly to quit smoking. Good for those who suffer with eczema, psoriasis, or breakouts.

The Connoisseur

Scent: decadent coffee & rich cocoa
Scent Strength: strong
Therapeutic Essential Oil Benefits: antidepressant, antioxidant, energizing, invigorating, aphrodisiac
Key Benefits: Promotes circulation. High in vitamin C. Caffeine free, but rich in antioxidants. Softens skin. Aphrodisiac, because c’mon, who doesn’t want to be up close with a beard that smells of coffee & chocolate?

The Duke

Scent: earthy, of incense, oaky with a bit of spice and sage
Scent Strength: strong
Therapeutic Essential Oil Benefits: uplifting, focusing, aphrodisiac, antidepressant, emollient, soothing, calming
Key Benefits: Common scent in colognes and perfumes dating back for centuries. Can leave the hair and skin underneath looking smooth and healthy. Can be great for those who experience itchiness. It can help if you’re dealing with a lot of stress and anxiety.

The Gent

Scent: very warm, rich, woodsy, with a hint of citrus and smooth vanilla finish
Scent Strength: medium
Therapeutic Essential Oil Benefits: antidepressant, eases anxiety and improves self-confidence, stimulating
Key Benefits: Can help fight SAD or Seasonal Affective Disorder. Can help improve skin elasticity and moisturization, and is good for those who suffer from eczema or psoriasis.

The Harvester – Seasonal, limited availability

Scent: inspired by an autumn ale, crisp apple, woodsy, with a hint of citrus and spice and smooth vanilla finish
Scent Strength: medium-strong
Therapeutic Essential Oil Benefits: aphrodisiac, antidepressant, uplifting, stress relieving, stimulating, grounding, insect repellant
Key Benefits: Softens skin. Extremely good for those with eczema, psoriasis, itchiness, or breakouts. Can act as an insect repellant. 

The Jetsetter

Scent: Unscented
Scent Strength: n/a
Therapeutic Essential Oil Benefits: n/a
Key Benefits: n/a

The Lady

Scent: very warm, rich, woodsy, with a hint of citrus and a very smooth vanilla finish
Scent Strength: medium
Therapeutic Essential Oil Benefits: antidepressant, eases anxiety and improves self-confidence, stimulating
Key Benefits: Can help fight SAD or Seasonal Affective Disorder. Can help improve skin elasticity and moisturization, and is good for those who suffer from eczema or psoriasis.

The Lumberjack

Scent: woodsy, with a twist of bergamot (citrus), and floral ylang ylang and a smooth vanilla finish
Scent Strength: subtle
Therapeutic Essential Oil Benefits: aphrodisiac, antidepressant, uplifting, stress relieving, stimulating, grounding, insect repellant
Key Benefits: Softens skin. Extremely good for those with eczema, psoriasis, itchiness, or breakouts. Can act as an insect repellant, so perfect for lumberjacks. This scent has been proven to be quite a strong aphrodisiac; just check the reviews!

The Lumberjill

Scent: sweet and floral, with a twist of bergamot (citrus), and cedarwood, and a smooth vanilla finish
Scent Strength: medium-strong
Therapeutic Essential Oil Benefits: aphrodisiac, antidepressant, uplifting, stress relieving, stimulating
Key Benefits: This scent has been proven to be quite a strong aphrodisiac. It helps improve mood and relieve stress.

The Muse

Scent: lavender, jasmine, patchouli, sandalwood, ylang ylang
Scent Strength: medium-strong
Therapeutic Essential Oil Benefits: inspiring, productivity increasing, relaxing, aphrodisiac, can help relieve anxiety, calming, antidepressant
Key Benefits: Great scent for a fancy night or a day when you have a lot on your plate. Can help relieve jitters and inspire your creativity. Has a medium-strong, therapeutic smell.

The Outlaw

Scent: sweet, floral with an herbal, earthy body, and a subtle smoky campfire in the mountains finish.
Scent Strength: strong
Therapeutic Essential Oil Benefits: detoxifying, calming, anti-inflammatory, balancing, uplifting, relaxing
Key Benefits: Increases positivity. Great for those who suffer from acne or irritated skin. Some of the essential oils are said to help with wrinkles and aged skin. A Few Words of Caution: It can enhance the intoxicating effects of alcohol and other narcotics, since it is a relaxant and a sedative by nature. Pregnant or nursing women should avoid use, since there has not been enough research done on the transference of effects through breast milk to children.

The Pirate

Scent: bay rum, clove, sweet orange
Scent Strength: medium-strong
Therapeutic Essential Oil Benefits: energizing and invigorating, with a positive lift to the mood, and can help reduce stress
Key Benefits: Can clear up skin underneath and prevent itchiness due to antibacterial properties in the essential oils, and essential oils that improve skin moisture-retention. Improves mood and has anti-aging benefits for the skin underneath the beard.

The Pirate Queen

Scent: sweet orange with a hint of clove
Scent Strength: medium-strong
Therapeutic Essential Oil Benefits: energizing and invigorating, with a positive lift to the mood, and can help reduce stress
Key Benefits: Improves mood and has anti-aging benefits for skin as well. The scent is an energizing scent, giving you a little push to get through the day.

The Ranger

Scent: sweet, dark, freshly tanned leather, smoky campfire in the mountains, terpenic, piney, and warm, and about as manly as it get.
Scent Strength: strong
Therapeutic Essential Oil Benefits: detoxifying, calming, anti-inflammatory
Key Benefits: Great for those who suffer from acne or irritated skin. Some of the essential oils are said to help with wrinkles and aged skin, so although leather-scented, it’ll help your skin look less leathery.

The Sojourner

Scent: pine scotch, patchouli, peppermint – woodsy and fresh
Scent Strength: medium-strong
Therapeutic Essential Oil Benefits: invigorating, stimulating, energizing.
Key Benefits: A great “wake-me-up” for the morning. Can help bring focus. Can help improve skin moisturization, and is good for those who suffer from eczema, psoriasis, or itchiness under the beard. Patchouli is believed to be an aphrodisiac for those who may suffer from loss of libido, and also acts as an insect repellent, so great for those who are often outdoors.

The Viking

Scent: oakmoss, blended with pine and leather, and a hint of citrus
Scent Strength: medium
Therapeutic Essential Oil Benefits: energizing, antidepressant, aphrodisiac, stress relief, soothing, restorative
Key Benefits: Helps with irritation. Extremely good for those with acne, eczema, psoriasis, itchiness, or breakouts. It also can help with wrinkles and signs of aging.

The Wise

Scent: earthy, aromatic and warm, with hints of juniper berry
Scent Strength: strong
Therapeutic Essential Oil Benefits: mental-focusing, uplifting, antidepressant, detoxifying, calming, stress relieving
Key Benefits: Frankincense & myrrh are often thought to help with mental focus and clarity. They also contain powerful antioxidants. Fantastic for those who suffer from eczema, psoriasis, itchiness, or breakouts.

The Woodsman

Scent: woodsy, fresh, and natural; cedarwood, eucalyptus, patchouli
Scent Strength: medium
Therapeutic Essential Oil Benefits: antifungal, antidepressant, antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, cooling, calming, insect repellant
Key Benefits: Great for those who suffer from acne, skin irritation, psoriasis, or eczema. Calming, soothing.