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- order number PS-CF-59164
- Supplier Name: Captain Fawcett
- EAN: 5060338441703
- Weight: 0,05 kg
Premium moustache wax with a mysterious scent
A high quality moustache wax. Created in an exclusive cooperation between Captain Fawcett and John Petrucci, the guitarist of the American progressive metal band Dream Theater. Nebula (Latin for: fog) has a scent of bergamot, myrtle, grapefruit, dark coffee, cedar, musk and leather. Made in the UK.
The Nebula Moustache Wax is a heavy-weight wax for shaping the moustache with a heavy recipe of beeswax and petrolatum.
The highlight is of course the fragrance. From the small tin comes an aromatic scent of hot toast and warm coffee. But the perfume composition has more music ready and unfolds with the application to top notes of intoxicating bergamot and aromatic myrtle reef, a touch of bittersweet grapefruit, earthy, purple iris, dark coffee and wood cedar. A pulse of seductive musk follows a smoky backbeat with vetiver and lush leather. Strong, spicy, but always fresh, the initially very aromatic fragrance gets a little milder and can be smelled in the beard for quite a while.
The small can of the Captain Fawcett's Nebula Moustache Wax is ideal to have it always with you in your pocket. The mustache wax gets thus warm and soft. Use the back of the thumbnail to push some wax out of the can. Rub it between your thumb and forefinger and apply it into the dry or slightly damp mustache. Now shape the mustache into the desired shape. Comb and brush if necessary.
Packed in a small aluminum can with a screw cap.
Made in the UK
Content: 0,5 fl. oz. (15 ml)
- Cera Flava (Yellow Beeswax)
- Cera Alba (White Beeswax)
- Parfum (Fragrance)
- Alpha-Isomethyl Ionone
|Sheen:||** Little sheen|
|Scent:||Coffee, Vanilla, Leathery, Cedar wood, Musky|
|Country:||Great Britain / UK|
Captain Fawcett impresses by the consistently aesthetic and quality presentation: The central topic is the fictitious namesake Captain Peabody Fawcett himself, a 1905-lost colonial researcher, whose beard care products are produced today again, after 100 years.