11 thoughts on “Wax Reviews

  1. Cowboy Comb says:

    Nailed it on the head my friend

  2. fro says:

    hey buddy, whats the highest quality wax you’ve reviewed? What’s the priciest? Have you tried any that are edible (i.e. are not harmful if it gets in your mouth)?

    • Hey there!
      What do you mean by quality? Like made out of the best ingredients? Or the wax I liked best? The priciest wax (That I have) I think would be Bounder, the reason being because of the high Exchange rate from the Pound to US Dollar. As far as wax being harmful if eaten, I would have to say it depends on what is in the wax. If it is the classic mix of Beeswax, Petroleum Jelly, and Lanolin, then it should be fine to get a little in your mouth. As Beeswax and Lanolin are natural things, and Petroleum Jelly is often used as lip balm and for other medical uses… Most (if not all) waxes will be non-toxic as they are made to be by your mouth, But I wouldn’t recommend going around and eating waxes haha!

  3. Luke says:

    Have you done a review on Mans face stuff moustache wax?

  4. Mr Moustache Wax Review Man,

    I’m looking for two versions of moustache wax for my husband, and I’ve really enjoyed your site! I have a rather different sort of question:
    Say you love mustaches and love kissing a moustached man but have sensitive skin?

    Is there a resource, compare and contrast sort of chart or something, on the different waxes you’ve reviewed? Noting of course the form the wax comes in, stiffness, smell, heat/melt, and skin friendly? There must be a ginger somewhere in India who has some thoughts on this!

    All the Best,
    Jessica A Grace

    • Jessica,

      I have actually been in the process of creating a chart to arrange the waxes by stiffness, hold, color, scent and other various factors, so one will be able to quickly look at the chart and compare the waxes without having to read every review I’ve done.

      As far as sensitive skin goes, because the waxes have so few ingredients, and most of them have no chemicals I would assume that they are all very kind on the skin, although it is good to wash the wax out completely every once and while because the beeswax and petroleum will clog the pores.

      Hope this helps!
      -Mr_SuperCooper

  5. DanielCoffey says:

    Another Wax for you to try, MrSuperCooper… and it is another British one too.

    It appears that Patt Foad of FOAD Wax has released a light to medium hold wax that he calls “Toad Satin Wax”. It is the same price and quantity as the FOAD Wax (£4.99 + £3.00 USA Shipping for 15ml) but it is an all-vegetable wax.

    Instead of the Pomades that contain Petroleum jelly, this one has Jojoba Wax, Castor ad Grapeseed oils and essential oils. It might be worth doing a head-to-head with something like Capt. Fawcett’s as I think they will be aimed at the same user – light hold, easy to apply and a little bit of shine.

    Daniel.

    • Hello again!

      I have a tin of Toad Wax waiting to be reviewed. Mr. Foad had sent me a few samples of the Toad while still in the perfecting stage, so I have tried it before and I do like it!

      But do check back soon for my full review of Toad’s Satin Wax!

      -MrSuperCooper

  6. Anthony says:

    Saw on eBay Drew’s moose stash wax half mint. And was wondering if you had tried this stuff, sounds intriguing especially since I’m a huge fan of mint. But for moustache wax? Thanks for all you’re great reviews, I’ve just started trying some waxes ( Oregon wild hair, Harry’s. and clubman). Still looking for a stiffer wax, or perhaps I’m not warming the wax up enough to evenly apply it. Look forward to reading more of your reviews

    • Anthony,
      I have not heard of Drew’s Moose wax before, something that I’d be interested in checking out!

      As far as a stiffer wax goes, try either Firehouse Wacky Tacky, or if you are looking for something that dries rock solid then have a look at Herban Lifestyle Moustache Pomade or Bounder.

      Thanks for your support!

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