In this review, we take a look at Ranger Beard Wash. this wash was sent to me by Leven rose the makers of Ranger products. I’ve been using this beard wash about twice a week now for a month as recommended.
Ranger sent their beard washed in a 4 oz plastic container that’s a dark red that simulates the same look as their beard oil container, but it is plastic and squeezable with a little top that has a push-button on it so that you can dispense the beard wash.
The scent of this beard wash is tea tree and peppermint. I personally think that they should switch that around us a peppermint and tea tree because the peppermint is extremely strong with just a touch of tea tree. I’ll talk about the scent here in my experience portion of this review.
The ingredients in this beard wash is 73% organic, the other 18% I have a hard time reading. This list was copied from rangers website
Organic Aloe Leaf Juice, Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate (sulfate free), Cocamidopropyl Betaine (derived from coconut oil), Disodium Laureth Sulfosuccinate (sulfate free), Vegetable Glycerin, Phenoxyethanol (pH balancer), Organic Lavender Flower Water, Roman Chamomile Flower Water, Peppermint Essential Oil, Tea Tree Leaf Essential Oil, Organic Jojoba Seed Oil, Organic Rosehip Seed Oil, Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein, Provitamin B5, Vitamin E, Sunflower Seed Oil, and Tetrasodium Glutamate Diacetate (derived from vegetable matter)
The instruction this are a fairly simple just put a little bit in your hand rub it into your beard, make sure to get it from the skin all the way to the very tips of your beard and your mustache then rinse it thoroughly with cool water making sure that you get all of the soap out of your beard and mustache.
My experience using this was a fairly good one. As the instructions say to use it up to three times a week I used it on average about two times. The best thing is that if you guys need an extra little wake-up in the morning the peppermint scent will take care of that as it’s fairly strong. I know it gave me a little extra boost when I was tired. the Tea Tree scent really ads a smoothness at the end of the peppermint so you’re not getting a harsh peppermint scent but it is still a strong peppermint scent. It did a good job with getting any particles out of my beard as well as getting any beard balm out as well. Due to the natural oils in the wash, it also did a great job with removing mustache wax no matter what strength I had in it. I did find that it is kind of hard to get the right amount that they suggest, so you’re going to go through it a little bit quicker than what I think that they have a plan for it. I think that I would rather see it in a 6-oz container because will any of you guys with great big beards are probably going to use more than the dime-size that is recommended.
Is this beard wash worth Your money? I think that Ranger beard wash is worth the money coming in at $14 USD (at the time of review). I think at that price it isn’t that bad of a deal for a dedicated beard wash. I would have to say that if you’re looking for a strong peppermint-scented beard balm that is at least 73% organic I would definitely suggest checking out Ranger’s beard wash. Click the link below
Beard Wash $14 UDS