St. Martin's Land Artisan Aftershave/Cologne | Neo Barbershop
Scent Profile: Jamaican Ginger, Moroccan Chamomile, Lime Peel, Blood Orange, Neroli, Light Patchouli, Indian Sandalwood. Spicy, Green, (Sandal)Woody & Herbaceous...Simply, Otherworldly.
This my friends is a VERY special blend of EPIC, I swear! There's something very classic about this stuff, yet still so very mysterious; Interdimensional, maybe.
A lot of the descriptors I am using here were provided by you [underlined]! Well, maybe not YOU you, but the general you. Meaning, we sent out Star Jelly samples of St. Martin's Land a little while back in hopes of getting some feedback. As I have already stressed, it is a very unique scent. I am happy to report back the everyone who got their nose on this LOVE IT & demanded we release it pronto!!! This my friends is that, us releasing it pronto. You're welcome and thanks for your help!
On top of that, it's just captivating. Upon that first curious sniff you instantly feel as if you have become initiated in something secret, and you have. You own nothing like St. Martin's Land.
I predict this becoming what future generations will consider "Neo Barbershop"!
Tamarind Extract: If you are a fan of Indian Cuisine you are probably familiar with this favorite chutney ingredient, but did you know it's also a most excellent skin food too?
Turns out Tamarind is a real powerhouse of antioxidants, flavanoids, vitamin C and A, tamarind prevents formation of free radicals. Perfect for soothing & nourishing freshly shaven skin.
Seaweed Extract: A ingredient I am most fond of using in our aftershaves and with good reason! Seaweed Extract is jam packed with all your skin's favorite vitamins and minerals, and helps to soothe, soften, and reduce sensitivity. Because seaweed cells are surprisingly similar to skin cells, it protects and maintains your skin's natural balance, defending against irritation.
Aloe Vera Extract: This plant has been known and used for centuries for its health, beauty, medicinal and skin care properties.
The name Aloe vera derives from the Arabic word “Alloeh” meaning “shining bitter substance,” while “vera” in Latin means “true.” 2000 years ago, the Greek scientists regarded Aloe vera as the universal panacea. The Egyptians called Aloe “the plant of immortality.” Today, the Aloe vera plant has been used for various purposes in dermatology. Talk about time tested skin food.
St. Martin's Land is a wondrous, whimsical, mysterious, dream-scape blend of something very different, yet familiar. As the veil gets thinner, St. Martin Land comes into view!
100 Ml FlaskIngredients: Denatured Alcohol, Sandalwood Hydrosol, Essential & Fragrance Oils Hedione, Glycerin, Aloe Vera, Seaweed Extract, Tamarind Extract