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“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Hirsuteness.”
Starting with our first batch of moustache wax, we have always insisted on our products being American made. It’s not just patriotism or a point of pride, it’s about knowing who and what we are working with every step of the way. Sure, we could make more money outsourcing production overseas, but we feel we’d lose a lot of what makes us who we are in the process.
Raising the Bar
Our signature product, the Can You Handlebar Beard Oil Brush™, is manufactured in America using solid maple wood and natural horsehair. Designed to fit the hand for easy use, it’s the first true beard product application tool of it’s kind. We’re proud of it, and when it came time to go into production we wanted to work with someone we knew we could trust, that could execute the level of quality we needed. When you hold it and see “Made In USA” engraved on the handle, you’re feeling that craftsmanship first-hand.
We pour, package and ship all of our Beard Oil, Beard Dry Oil (beard balm) Beard Shampoo, Face Lotion and Moustache Wax in-house at our warehouse in Mt. Clemens, Michigan. Doing everything ourselves allows us direct oversight on quality control, so that we know we are delivering the best product we can. We’re also employing folks locally, and that means the world to us.
There’s a lot that goes into every Can You Handlebar product, from quality ingredients and materials to good old-fashioned American labor. We stand by everything that we do, and even offer a “No Worry Guarantee” if something isn’t to your satisfaction. That confidence comes from knowing we are producing a solid product made right here in the U.S. of A. Enjoy your Independence Day, and a happy 4th of July to you all from everyone here at Can You Handlebar!