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Post shave mist
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A VEGAN AFTER SHAVE FOR THE BEARDED FOOL WHO WANTS TO TRIM THE EDGES, OR THE ASPIRING BABY FACE WHO WANTS IT ALL GONE. LET THE RAZOR RUN.
Our Post Shave Mist is quite the opposite to Kevin McCallisters (Home Alone) fathers after shave:
With natural vegetable derived ingredients such as horse chestnut as well as Tasmanian pepper, this long-term soothing and cooling after shave, reduces redness and irritation after shaving and doesn’t dehydrate the skin.
Apply it with a (non-aerosol) fine mist.
psst – it also calms annoying 3-day stubble beard
NO SOCIETYs Post Shave mist bottle is made of 100% recycled material. We are doing our part. That said, did you know 86% of the manufactured plastic packaging is not being recycled.
Designed & manufactured: Stockholm, Sweden
Packaging material: 100% recycled material
Content: 100 ml, 3.38 fl. oz.
Tasmannia Lanceolata fruit/ leaf extract (Tasmanian Pepper)
Straight outta Australia comes this beast. It’s almost all you need after a shave. The Aborigines even chewed it like gum when they had a killing toothache.
- – Reduces skin redness appearance
- – Anti-itch
- – Instant soothing action
- – Vegetable derived
Aesculus Hippocastanum seed extract (horse chestnut)
Except all it’s amazing qualities within skincare, this plant has the function to repel spiders (at least according to some people on the internet).
- – Anti Inflammatory
- – Astringent to skin
- – Organic Certified
This is for anyone who is looking for that fresh long-term breeze you get on top of a mountain, but doesn’t want to climb to the top of a mountain.
- – Long-term cooling effect
- – Modulates skin thermos-receptors
Picture your skin like a calming dewy summer morning: Natural and something you can stare at for hours.
- – Enhanced moisturization)
- – Preservative booster
- – Viscosity enhancer (creates that gooey and rich texture)
- – No irritatio
Thanks to our Horse chestnut as well Tasmanian pepper, this long-term soothing and mild cooling after shave reduces redness and irritation after shaving – without dehydrating the skin.