Check out our newest product: Tattoo Balm to soothe your fresh ink. It’s herbal-based, with chamomile (Matricaria recutita), calendula (Calendula officinalis), and plantain (Plantago major) to speed healing. Shea butter, olive oil, and Vitamin E oil soothe and moisturize your skin.
Tattoo Balm debuts tomorrow – come sample the wares at DC Brau‘s annual Made in DC Holiday market.
2 oz tin, $23.
We’re pretty darn excited to announce that District Devil beard oil is now offered for sale at 3 Stars Brewing Company. Check out their “Urban Farmhouse” and shop for locally-made products, including our 1-ounce and 1/2-ounce oils, just in time for Father’s Day. And of course, pick up a growler for dad (or… someone…) while you’re there.
In addition to stellar DC-brewed beers, they’ve got fantastic happy hour tasting deals and weekend events (yoga? belly dance?), and they’re big supporters of local businesses.
More collaboration! It’s a Bloomingdale fantasy come true: coffee, cookies, and beard oil, all together on a Saturday morning.
Visit our pop-up market at neighborhood favorite Grassroots Gourmet on Saturday June 18 to savor some Swing’s Coffee and sweet treats and shop for your Father’s Day gift sets, featuring mini-tins of Swing’s Coffee.
Free District Devil balm stick with $12 purchase of Grassroots Gourmet baked goods; 10% off your today or future purchase of $5+ baked goods with purchase of District Devil gift set.
9am-1pm, Saturday June 18
104 Rhode Island Avenue NW in Bloomingdale, Washington DC
Welcome Beard Balm to the District Devil family! Our newest product is hot off the press: beard balm to tame the strays and nourish those longer beards. It’s a solid (literally) product with our standard stellar ingredients:
– almond oil infused with anti-inflammatory, skin-supporting chamomile
– hair-and-skin-nourishing argan oil infused with skin-supporting burdock root, traditionally used to increase hair growth
– beeswax and cocoa butter for texture and hold
– pure essential oils of coffee and black pepper
Find it on the shelf at The Barber of Hell’s Bottom, tomorrow at the Celebrate Petworth Festival, or in our Etsy shop.
DC’s annual *free* local gardening forum/ conference/ extravaganza happens on Saturday February 27. District Devil will be there – sample the oils & salves and check out our sister business, Leafyhead Lotions & Potions.