• RazoRock BLACK LABEL After Shaving Splash

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  • RazoRock BLACK LABEL After Shaving Splash

    Scent: A Classic Barbershop Fougere

    Ingredients: Alcohol Denat, Aqua (Water/Eau), Parfum (Fragrance), Polysorbate 20, PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Menthol, Dimethicolne Copolyol, Tetrasodium EDTA, Alpha Isomethyl Ionone, Citronellol, Geraniol, Linalool, alpha-Hexylcinnamaldehyde, d-Limonene, 4-(4-Hydroxy-4-methylpentyl)cyclohex-3- enecarbaldehyde, 4-Allyl-2-Methoxyphenol.

    Size: 100ml (3.4 fl.oz) glass bottle comes equipped with a convenient flow restrictor insert, enabling easy application of the perfect amount of Aftershave Splash each and every time.

    Artisan Hand Made in Italy

    RazoRock

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    Wilson Boggs
    Classic indeed

    My first splash from Razorock! What a brilliant recipe. I agree with the barbershop fougère it claims to be, but this ain’t no Pinaud Clubman. (Too cloying for me). If you can get your nose behind the vintage classics like Brut, Yardley’s or British Sterling, you’re sure to appreciate this. I’d go so far as to liken it to the Tabac aftershave. It’s so well rounded & blended and not at all powdery. Little to go on based on the description, but I pickup lemon, balsam and woody notes. Joseph & Michael should be very proud of this offering that keeps their customers classically dapper. I’m 100% sold on this brand.

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    Gene Manhattan
    "Barbershop Fougere" doesn't do it justice

    When I think Barbershop Fougere, I think clubman, Brut, or one of the many Rive Gauche copies. This is NOTHING like those, but it's AWESOME. It smells like they took a vat of Acqua Di Parma Colonia and mixed it into a Vat of Tom Ford Tuscan Leather. Gorgeous. Buy this, especially if you have oily skin like me and don't need "skinfood" (more like allergy food).


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Wilson Boggs
Classic indeed

My first splash from Razorock! What a brilliant recipe. I agree with the barbershop fougère it claims to be, but this ain’t no Pinaud Clubman. (Too cloying for me). If you can get your nose behind the vintage classics like Brut, Yardley’s or British Sterling, you’re sure to appreciate this. I’d go so far as to liken it to the Tabac aftershave. It’s so well rounded & blended and not at all powdery. Little to go on based on the description, but I pickup lemon, balsam and woody notes. Joseph & Michael should be very proud of this offering that keeps their customers classically dapper. I’m 100% sold on this brand.

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Gene Manhattan
"Barbershop Fougere" doesn't do it justice

When I think Barbershop Fougere, I think clubman, Brut, or one of the many Rive Gauche copies. This is NOTHING like those, but it's AWESOME. It smells like they took a vat of Acqua Di Parma Colonia and mixed it into a Vat of Tom Ford Tuscan Leather. Gorgeous. Buy this, especially if you have oily skin like me and don't need "skinfood" (more like allergy food).