A bracing aftershave splash with just a touch of menthol that is perfect for all occasions.
LASSCo Topanga Fougère is something pretty special. Unlike many fougeres, the Topanga Fougère scent was created using only essential oils and extracts.
This scent was inspired (but does not particularly resemble) Houbigant’s Fougère Royale, which was originally created by the then 20 year old Paul Parquet in 1882 and gave its name to an entire family of fragrances. Fougère is French for fern, which does not have much of a scent. The term is used to describe the combined woody, floral, and herbal scents of an imagined forest floor.
Topanga Fougère balances a blend of floral (lavender, geranium), woody (ho wood, balsam tolu), and herbal (clary sage, vetiver, patchouli, sweet myrrh) notes, among others, for a wonderful late summer scent. Parquet once said that “If God gave ferns a scent, they would smell like Fougère Royale.” While I won’t make such almighty claims for our Topanga Fougère, I do think this would be a great choice for your next aftershave.
Ingredients: Alcohol, Witch Hazel, Aloe Vera Juice, Calendula, Sodium Lactate, Menthol, Vitamin B5 Pro, Astaxanthin
My husband has been exploring shaving soaps and after shaves for some time. I sell essential oils and i kept smelling patchouli when. I walked into the bathroom after his shave. It wasn’t overpowering but only a hint when i walked in. I kept asking him what it was he was using and I finally found out! This is the perfect scent. It is an amazing, intoxicating perfect blend of essential oils.