Aftershave smells great, but its best use is in cleaning and closing pores to minimize razor burn. It also soothes irritation from the razor and improves circulation to the skin. Packaged in a two ounce amber glass apothecary bottle and made with a base of perfumer's grade alcohol, witch hazel, aloe, and glycerin.
Our flagship fragrance, it combines geographically distant evergreens, with earthy red cedar, camphorous and sweet blue gum eucalyptus, and bright, slightly spicy notes of cypress from Spain.
A stimulating blend of tea tree, lavender, and clary sage to invigorate your morning routine with vibrant herb and camphor notes; reminiscent of a trek through the wooded scrublands of the California coast.
Citrus & Spruce
Mild and refreshing, the pine-like, almost sweet aroma of black spruce needles harmonize with the unmistakable tangy scent of grapefruit zest.
A strong, distinctive fragrance with woody red cedar balanced against the smoky sweetness of birch tar essential oil. Sweet, exotic notes of fennel and Peru balsam linger.
Eucalyptus & Menthol
A classic barbershop pairing, this blend of clean, cool mint and sweet eucalyptus camphor is extremely refreshing, with the cooling sensation of menthol on the finish.
Witch Hazel & Aloe
Simple and unassuming, this blend has no added essential oils, allowing the more subtle aroma of witch hazel to have prominence. Excellent for those with finicky or sensitive skin.
Splash several drops into your palm and massage onto face directly after shaving. Bottle includes an orifice reducer for judicious use. Always perform a patch test first, may contain allergens for some people. Shake well before each use.
Grain Alcohol, Witch Hazel, Aloe Vera Juice, Glycerin, Fragrance*
*crafted exclusively from essential oils
This traditional alcohol-based aftershave acts as an antiseptic to sanitize any razor irritation from a shave. Unpleasant as it may sound, bacteria from any razor and even from the face itself can get into the micro-cuts a razor can cause, and these are the source of the irritation and redness we recognize as razor burn. Alcohol and witch hazel work together as antiseptic and astringent agents to clean and refresh the face, while aloe and glycerin moisturize and soothe the skin.