La Tierra Mojada Shaving Soap - Scent After The Rain (Petrichor) - Phoenix Artisan Accoutrements - Phoenix Artisan Accoutrements
  • La Tierra Mojada Shaving Soap - Scent After The Rain (Petrichor) - Phoenix Artisan Accoutrements - Phoenix Artisan Accoutrements

La Tierra Mojada Shaving Soap - Scent After The Rain (Petrichor) - Phoenix Artisan Accoutrements

$14.95 USD

La Tierra Mojada: The Wet Earth

Ahhhh the trance inducing scent after the rain, how soothing and engulfing to the senses it is. It is believed by some scientist that the reasons humans enjoy this scent so much, dates back to earlier times in history when we relied on a good storm to maintain the crops and to sustain our survival.

I have been getting requests to recreate this for years now and it's taken me years to finally capture the scent. Living in the desert definitely heightened the experience and aided in my attempt! This aftershave is loosely based on a traditional Mitti Attar with a modern, PAA style twist. 

Try Pairing with La Tierra Mojada Aftershave/Cologne for the perfect match!

Top Notes: Bamboo, Cactus, Desert Sage, Seaweed and White Sage

Heart Note: Neroli, Hydrangea, Juniper and Petitgrain

Base Note: Patchouli, Vetiver, Animalic Musk and Labdanum

We took the time developing this special soap to perform great and produce a thick rich lather that will make your shave a true pleasure...the rest is up to you. 

Enjoy this very special, long lasting scented soap puck! We thank you for giving us a shot and would love to hear what you think. Happy Shaving! 

Ingredients: Potassium Stearate, Glycerin, Potassium Cocoate, Aqua, Potassium Kokumate, Sodium Lactate, Potassium Shea Butterate, Potassium Castorate, Sodium Stearate, Potassium Cocoa Butterate, Potassium Avocadoate, Parfum [Fragrance]

4oz Size is Packed in a Plastic Jar

Wikipedia states:

Petrichor (/ˈpɛtrɨkɔər/) is the earthy scent produced when rain falls on dry soil. The word is constructed from Greek, petra, meaning ‘stone’, + ichor, the fluid that flows in the veins of the gods in Greek mythology.

The term was coined in 1964 by two researchers, Isabel Joy Bear (Australian) and Roderick G. Thomas (British), for an article in the journal Nature.[1][2] In the article, the authors describe how the smell derives from an oil exuded by certain plants during dry periods, whereupon it is absorbed by clay-based soils and rocks. During rain, the oil is released into the air along with another compound, geosmin, a metabolic by-product of certain Actinobacteria, which is emitted by wet soil, producing the distinctive scent; ozone may also be present if there is lightning.[3] In a follow-up paper, Bear and Thomas (1965) showed that the oil retards seed germination and early plant growth.[4] This would indicate that the plants exude the oil in order to safeguard the seeds from germination under duress.

External Use Only, Discontinue Use if Irritation Occurs

Handmade In Arizona, USA


5 out of 5, based on 2 reviews
David from Shasta Lake | CA on Mar 18, 2016
This is a wonderful soap. It lathers quickly and creates a luxurious and slick lather that makes for an excellent shave! One trip to the puck and I can shave all day. The scent reminds me of a good rain after a long dry spell (and we do have long dry spells here).
just a guy from Tucson from Tucson, AZ on Aug 23, 2015
This was my first PAA soap and my second order. I ordered on a Thursday night and it was on my doorstep on Saturday! Excellent product, good protection, smooth glide and the scent....oh the wonderful scent that this has! I wish I could describe it but I'm horrible at scent descriptions. It is a clean airy scent, slightly perfumey with maybe a hint of orange and fresh laundry. It's light but yet it sticks around for a while (in a good way). I will now need to get the matching AS but for the time being I followed with Krampert's finest and the La Tierra was still detectable through and beyond the time the kramperts wore off, all the time being subtle and not overwhelming...beautiful! I am surprised there are no reviews anywhere for this, no videos and no discussions. Is it new, just under the radar? A great introduction to PAA!

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