Everyone has a different idea of what a barbershop ought to smell like, but we tend to lean historically for this kind of stuff. Giovanni Maria Farina famously created the very first Eau de Cologne in the early 1700s, and it was an instant success. His formula was prized by the royal courts, and was so highly regarded that it’s still in production today. As a result of this popularity, Eau de Cologne fragrances have been staples in European barbershops for well over a hundred years.
While we don’t claim to be as gifted as Signor Farina, our Seville scent is definitely in a class all its own. Seville is a blend of lemon, bergamot, rosemary, lavender, patchouli, and oakmoss. The name comes from the famous opera The Barber of Seville, but the scent is at home anywhere. Give it a try; you won’t be disappointed.
Sometimes there’s nothing so comforting as good old-fashioned bar soap. Tyler Durden called it “the yardstick of civilization,” and it has long been in the running for the most important medical development of all time. It’s safe to say that we would not have made it nearly as far as a species were it not for the invention of soap in Sumeria thousands of years ago.
Keeping with this, our bar soap is made simply, with a simple formula. Beef tallow, the key ingredient in our shaving soap, also makes a heck of a bath soap, and we’ve combined it with coconut oil, castor oil, shea butter, and a little extra glycerin to produce bar soap that’s durable, properly cleansing, and that won’t dry out your skin. An excellent soap made in an ancient tradition, our Hand & Body Soap will keep you healthy, clean, and smelling great.