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Infused with Aloe Vera to soothe the skin, this aftershave lotion is a great follow up to our Whiskey based Aftershave Tonic. Moisturizing and cooling. Only available in small batches and the current batch is Gunpowder Spice scented. 100 ml bottle.
Step Right up as we extol the virtues of this almost magical elixir! The Holy Black Snake Oil, is an all purpose grooming oil. Masterfully formulated for a variety of uses, including but not limited to- Shaving oil, pre-shave treatment, beard oil, scalp tonic, Anti-dandruff( for scalp and beard), Leave in conditioner, and anti-frizz. You could also probably use it to oil your razor to prevent rust, and even lubricate an electric hair clipper in a pinch. A very important tool in your grooming arsenal.
Gunpowder Spice is exactly what it sounds like, a mix between the classic Ol' Spice scent with the added aroma of freshly fired black powder. The smokiness of the black powder mixes well with the spices you remember from when your grandfather splashed it on. Shave like a man, leave the roses and lavender behind
Put down the LA Looks Hair Gel! Get with the program, man. Nobody's using that stuff no more. Pomade is back, baby, and this aint your grandpas hair grease from the 50's either. No more greasy gunk, no more oily stains on your momma's couch. This water based hair pomade is formulated to hold even the thickest hair all day long. Restyle with a wet comb and wash out with regular shampoo. Comes in a 4oz amber jar. Available in Bay Whisky Lime scent, because it is so fresh.
Bay Whisky Lime
Bay Rum has it's roots in the 16th century sailors and pirates that discovered that the oils in the bay leaves that grew in the Carribean could be mixed with rum to make a type of aftershave or cologne. Recipes have been closely guarded and many barbers in early American times would mix their own concoctions. This formulation is made from essential oils of lime and of the Pimenta Racimosa leaves with added notes of orange, clove and other secret spices.
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