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Another minute, another blog post… I promised you a night dedicated to male grooming, so this is what you’re going to get!

Kalamazoo. Gentlemen, have you ever washed your beard and face and thought: “I know what I can do with right now… A bottle of Yazoo!” Well, I think this was the inspiration behind the name.

Keep things bright and bushy with this creamy wash for furry faces. Fresh pineapple juice is full of enzymes to cleanse the skin and zap away dirt, whilst almond oil, jojoba oil and cupuaçu butter will leave your beard soft and strokeable. Simply scoop some out of the pot and massage onto your beard and face, rinse off and pat dry.

Kalamazoo has nothing to do with animals, don’t worry. It’s not named after a zoo in “Kalama”. All it is, boys, is a face-wash.  #NoBiggie unless your last name is Smalls, then… Yeah, #BiggieSmalls.

Your face-bush is going to look lovely after this… Why cut it when you can wash it? Think of the hard work your follicles have put in, lads! Hairs don’t grow on trees, you know… They grow on faces, bodies and heads! Give them (your beard and hair follicles) some lovely VIP treatment. They deserve that!

Kalamazoo gets rid of dirt, impurities, and grease (not limescale because it’s not ‘Cillit Bang’, although, the dirt IS “gone” after using this).

How do you use it? Well, you’ll be pleased to know that it’s not rocket science, so Neil Armstrong’s been given the night off and allowed me to explain it to you… You start by digging your finger tips in, as applying a generous amount all over your face and beard then rinse off. Boom. You’re a new man!

Kalamazoo and the band that released Agadoo have a lot in common… They’re partial to the odd pineapple. Yeah, go on, shake your beard (instead of tree), you know you want to! 😉