Scent Profile: Blackcurrant, Italian Bergamot, French Apples, Pineapple, Rose, Dry Birch, Moroccan Jasmine, Patchouli, Musk, Oak Moss, Ambergris, Vanilla.
Ingredients: Alcohol, Vanilla Hydrosol, Fragrance, Aloe Vera, Vegetable Glycerin, Hedione, Liquid Silk
What's inside & Why?
Vanilla Hydrosol: Contains antioxidants and believed to have the ability to assist with cell regeneration, and fight the signs of aging from free radicals. By nature, Vanilla is antibacterial and the perfect addition to an aftershave if you ask me. This hydrosol is not only effective performance wise, it also adds depth to the already glorious scent of Aventus...it's also super FRESH! That's right folks, I steam distilled this hydrosol myself from Madagascar Vanilla Beans, the best in the world! I don't believe anyone else is doing this especially for what Madagascar Vanilla Bean currently trades at, second to saffron...but it's Totally worth it!
Aloe Vera: Natures Aftershave! Aloe is loaded with antioxidants that promote the growth of new skin cells & help stave off skin irritation and allergic reactions.
Vegetable Glycerin: Used to treat many oily skin conditions, like acne, skin infections, wrinkles and fine lines. Glycerin attracts moisture onto your skin which is why it is considered a humectant. Glycerin is also an emollient, making skin not only moist, but soft and supple to the touch.
Liquid Silk: Contains a hydrolysat of silk protein, Acts as a natural humectant to hydrate and condition the skin, leaving skin feeling softer and smooth. Liquid Silk forms a natural layer over the skin, keeping moisture locked in and harsh conditions out, leaving skin protected and well-nourished. Liquid Silk contains silk amino acids which give the skin a very soft and velvety feel. Liquid Silk amino acids (silk proteins) also have a certain amount of antioxidant benefits.
Hedione: Although it has long been debated whether humans can actually communicate via pheromones - the chemical signals secreted by animals to help find a mate - Researchers have found that scent of Hedione generates ‘sex-specific activation patterns’ in the nasal tissue which links to the brain. It is the first time that a scent has been known to activate the pheromone receptor VN1R in humans.