Fine Classic After Shave - American Blend
Item No: PR759
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Inspired by classic barbershop scents, Fine After Shave is an elegantly formulated throwback in time. The premium fragrances are sophisticated, yet entirely masculine, and evoke an unmistakable "barbershop" quality. Fine Accoutrements has created an aftershave that brings shaving back to basics, if you are tired of the gimmicks of other brands and want a simple, skin-toning, great smelling aftershave, then you want this aftershave splash. The short ingredient list ensures an ultra-light face feel and a refreshingly cool and skin toning dry-down. Just four simple ingredients - alcohol - water - fragrance - menthol - masterfully blended, it has everything you need and nothing you don't.
Alcohol - Sanitizes, cools, & dries the skin.
Water - Moderates the antiseptic alcohol sting.
Fragrance Oil - Adds a pleasing opening bouquet and a subtle hint of freshness throughout the rest of your day.
Menthol - Complements the fragrance oils with a refreshing burst of cool that constitutes a gratifying crescendo to the job at hand.
American Blend is Fine Accoutrement's flagship fragrance, and quite literally captures the scent of shaving. Reminiscent of traditional canned shaving foam, the scent was Inspired by YSL Rive Gauche Pour Homme (2003), and consists of a Fern base accented by geranium, lavender, oakmoss, patchouli, and a hint of Gaiac wood.
- Elegant Four Ingredient Formulation
- Premium Fragrances with a Barbershop Feel
- No Artificial Colors, No Emulsifiers, No Petroleum, No Silicones
- Handsome 100 ml Glass Bottle
- Convenient Flow Restrictor Insert
Made in the USA
I'm on a Barbershop mission this year and this is one of my favorites. If your a Barbershop fan this is a must have .
Top stuff a really interesting take on the "barbershop scent". Smell is obviously subjective, but I'd to say this smells like "traditional canned foam" is nonsense. I'd say that this smells at least 600% more expensive than your Floid's or Clubman's - its like comparing Chanel with Lynx.