Freeway is on the move promoting his Best Beard Cream and his team hit us up today for the exclusive. If you know a barbershop who is looking to increase their revenue stream and expand their product line hit us up! This weekend we will be booking in shop autographs and taking some pics with Free interacting with your local barber. As you can see below the Best Beard Cream is taking off and is being used by stars like Rick Ross, Snoop Dogg, and more!
“It’s taking off on the internet, and it’s all natural, organic ingredients and everybody loves it,” Free ensured. The line of beard cream is available in a half-ounce pocket size, ranging from $5.00 to $13.95. They’re sold in several varieties, including blueberry, holiday spice, mango butter shea butter, and more. “It promotes good beard health and it’s amazing, you gotta try it.” - FREEWAY
After trying a homemade beard cream, he was inspired to develop a line of his own. Freeway teamed up with longtime business partners and bearded brethren Gary Parker and Jason Hertzog. Hertzog, who says he's "crazy in the kitchen," became the chemist behind the cream.
It took Herzog a few months to perfect the recipe of raw shea butter, raw mango butter, raw beeswax, and a mix of natural organic oils, But once completed, Freeway says, "it was just as good as the other stuff I was using, if not better."
Hertzog says he uses all-local and all-natural ingredients, attributes important to Freeway, who says he once tried a beard cream that made his beard look scraggly.
"There are a lot of products out there and a lot of them have a ton of chemicals; you can't even pronounce half the stuff that's in it," said Hertzog. "I don't like that feeling. For me, it just turns me off of a product."
After a year was spent perfecting the formula, consistency, labeling, and packaging, now "we can't make it fast enough," Parker says. The cream is sold locally at Mecca Unisex Salon in North Philadelphia and Status Shop on South Street, as well as online. The pocket size is $5 for a half-ounce; a 2.5-ounce can sells for $13.95.