Redchurch St Collection

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A veritable declaration of a gentleman’s right to shun the razor. Redchurch Street in Shoreditch is the birthplace of the strong beard. This collection includes our barber essentials to keep yours clean, comfortable and looking good. Introduce Hair Play to tame facial hair further with... Read More

A veritable declaration of a gentleman’s right to shun the razor. Redchurch Street in Shoreditch is the birthplace of the strong beard. This collection includes our barber essentials to keep yours clean, comfortable and looking good. Introduce Hair Play to tame facial hair further with a low sheen, low hold finish. The “How To Beard” guide shares expert barber hacks to grow, shape and look after your best beard.

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A veritable declaration of a gentleman’s right to shun the razor. Redchurch Street in Shoreditch is the birthplace of the strong beard. This collection includes our barber essentials to keep yours clean, comfortable and looking good. Introduce Hair Play to tame facial hair further with... Read More

A veritable declaration of a gentleman’s right to shun the razor. Redchurch Street in Shoreditch is the birthplace of the strong beard. This collection includes our barber essentials to keep yours clean, comfortable and looking good. Introduce Hair Play to tame facial hair further with a low sheen, low hold finish. The “How To Beard” guide shares expert barber hacks to grow, shape and look after your best beard.

Barber Tip

Use Beard Moisturiser daily to keep your beard looking healthier and feeling more comfortable, for you and anyone who comes near it.

How to use

Apply Beard Shampoo two to three times a week. Massage a small, thumbnail amount into the beard and rinse through with water.

Apply two pumps of Beard Moisturiser upwards through the facial hair, getting as close to the skin as possible.

Apply two to three pumps of Beard Oil in the palm of your hand and apply evenly through a dry beard. Less is more.

Why We Make It

A veritable declaration of a gentleman’s right to shun the razor.