Albion Aftershave Splash
SHIPPING NOTICE: We're able to ship this product to the UK & a number of mainland European countries only. If you're the latter please check our FAQ page where you'll see the full list of destinations we're able to send to & the associated cost.
If you're on that list of European countries, please email us with your order and we will raise you invoice accordingly. If you're in the UK, you can place your order directly via our website.
What is it? Our aftershave splashes form a classic and important part of your grooming practice. Hand made in small batches our beautifully scented formula lends its powerful astringent, anti-bacterial, moisturising and skin toning ability to help close pores and sooth the skin.
We use the finest denatured alcohol and marry that with generous amounts of soothing witch hazel extract and aloe vera juice to calm and cool the skin, post shave.
We then add a quantity of non-comedogenic (non-blocking) vegetable glycerine and sodium lactate in order to boost each bottles moisturising power. We decant each splash in to beautiful high grade frosted glass bottles and finish each one with hand applied vinyl (and waterproof) labels.
What does it smell of? Like sipping a cup of Earl Grey tea whilst strolling through a lavender field, Albion begins with the citrus touch of bergamot and the crisp note of grapefruit. A floral and herbaceous middle is introduced with the inclusion of English lavender and patchouli grounds the fragrance with its depth and warmth.
Albion provides a botanical experience and offers a clean and settling shave that can be enjoyed whatever your mood.
Net weight: 100g, proudly designed & made in Hitchin, England.
Ingredients: Denatured alcohol, witch hazel extract, aloe vera juice, parfum, vegetable glycerine and sodium lactate.
Absolutely wonderful! Sillage and drydown are sublime; my ageing skin receives an immediate grapefruit blast, followed by the bergamoty - spicy- woody - musky - Earl Grey aura. It is both incredibly complex and simple (if that makes sense?) without being 'artsy' or 'fake'. I would describe it as compelling; it isn't typically 'English' nor 'oriental', but it is VERY seductive! I rest my case.