Truefitt & Hill Limnol Grooming Lotion (200 ml)

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  • Hair tonic, with the use of which you can align your hair like the soldiers in front of Buckingham Palace.

    What is it good for?

    For proper taming of hair of all lengths and types. It fixes hair moderately to strong and gives it a slight shine, and it is also used as a first layer before application of another hair preparation – it reduces friction and makes the hair more flexible. Plus it has a clean citrus scent.

    Why does it work?

    Due to the natural composition that does not contain parabens, silicone or similar ingredients. Instead, it includes e.g. the miraculous castor oil.

    How to use it?

    Apply a small amount to your dry, washed hair and shape it into the desired hairstyle, or apply it to wet hair if you do not want to use it for fixation but just as the first hair-softening layer.

    Volume: 200 ml

    Made in the UK

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  • Alcohol Denat, Ricinus Communis Seed Oil, Limonene, Citrus Medica Vulgaris Peel Oil, Aqua, Citral, Linalool.

  • Let's begin with a few numbers and records. Francis Truefitt started making perfumes and men's cosmetics in 1805 - in the same year admiral Nelson famously triumphed at Trafalgar (long live the king, of course!). Edwin Hill founded his barbershop on the London's famous Old Bond Street in 1911 - in the same year Roald Amundsen led the first expedition to the South Pole. That barbershop is still operational by the way, which makes it the oldest running barbershop in the world - as certified by the Guinness Book of Records. 

    Truefitt & Hill is a legend of the field that has held several Royal Warrants. Throughout its history it has delivered its products to the likes of Frank Sinatra, Winston Churchill and Charles Dickens. Now it can add you to its famous list.

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