It's Father's Day next month and just in case you're looking for ideas, you''ll have by the end of reading this piece, added Solid Cologne to your idea list.
To give you an idea of what this cologne feels like, it's made from solid natural bees wax and is very skin-friendly (I should know, I have tried it). The smoothness is impressive and scent is light, it's not one of those cologne's that make people cough or guff at the over-bearing smell, no it's actually very light.
This is very ideal for those who travel due to it's pocket size design, ease of sliding the casing off and easily fits in hand-luggage if flying overseas (obviously when COVID restrictions are better). But thinking ahead hurt no one and so if you're looking for something crisp, elegant and something ice cool for the metalhead in you, then you have no reason to not pick up Solid Cologne.
Due to it's miniature stature and suave design, it's easy to carry and could well be the deal-breaker in that meeting, that date you're trying to win or even in general day-to-day activities, make you feel like a winner.
All the colognes have the highest quality of natural ingredients including Beeswax, Shea butter & Jojoba oil. which all support and protect the skin.
The concentrated wax fragrances are portable, natural and moisturising. It’s easy to apply and hand. Discreetly packaged the application is fast and easy. Whip it out in the office, on the bus or in a crowded club/bar and smell amazing instantly.
The scents are subtle but refreshing. The blend of various notes within the solid colognes will stay on the skin which allows the fragrance to evolve throughout the day while interacting with your body temperature.
The Solid Cologne Alexander is a sweet, rich and sophisticated scent. The cologne begins with fresh grapefruit, leading to the heart of aromatic bay leaf and jasmine. The woody base includes patchouli, oak moss and ambergris. A truly unforgettable cologne.
Alexander costs £17.99 from Solidcologne.co.uk
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