I don't associate alcohol-based aftershaves with a sensation of "healing" imparted to the skin; they usually have far more olfactory entertainment and "zing of application" (Trumpers' line being particularly special in that second capacity) than their water-based counterparts collectively known as "balms", but don't do as well in sealing and healing. This pflege-tonic, something of a hybridization of the general astringent class (think witch hazel and alum stones, as two examples) with alcohol-based "splash", is terrific! I hope you'll dig its slightly-herbal "medicinal" odor; the wife characterized it as rose-water-y, daughter #1 "smells like the ocean", daughter #2 came up with "cranberry pie", myself not recalling seeing that intense little fruit in a dessert. Whatever it is, I really dig its odor, it is a large portion of the enjoyment. Are you a man who can appreciate Laphroaig 10-year's taste that reeks-in a very good way, I decree, without a hint of sarcasm-of the scent of burning plastic? Then you'll likely dig on the complex medicine-y vibe this stuff gives off for a few minutes. Follow up with a moistureizrer later on if you please (good advice for anything alcohol-based).
Witch hazel's a fine product, but a $3 sample of this would, I wager earnestly, be sufficient to convince you that this formulation's more complex, evolved, and effective. 100ml (~4 oz) in a blue glass bottle with little grommet dispenser thingy that was classy-looking enough to me to justify the 20 minutes or so it took to use the large format digital back to capture all its glory (please do observe those obnoxious enlargements!). USA & US-mail destinations (PR, GU, APO/DPO/FPO, etc.) ONLY; we cannot send this in cross-border mails.
$3 IN-STOCK (NO <$10 ORDERS, PLEASE) 100ml Bottle IN-STOCK;
$28.50 (<$50 Orders Price) $24.75 (>$50 Orders Price)
We must collect sales tax if shipped within Florida.