Dickens, Revisited Aftershave (Seasonal)(Deltus Base)
Dickens is a limited edition fragrance for the holiday season.
The original incarnation of Dickens was our very first holiday scent, and still one of our very favorites! But we felt that it needed a little bit of an update, so we toned down the sugar and reworked the cherry for something a little bit more grown-up, but still wonderfully cheerful and festive.
Patterned after one of Will's favorite holiday cookies, Dickens, Revisited combines notes of cherry, black pepper, nutmeg, cardamom, and lemon into a spicy, merry scent perfect for a shave before fighting hordes of shoppers or opening presents. Each package will include a copy of the recipe, too!
Net wt. 3.5 fl oz. Happy holidays!
Shake aftershave into your palms (we recommend an amount about the side of a quarter) and rub them together for 3 seconds. Rub your palms over your freshly shaven skin. There may be a mild sting upon initial application, but your face is about to look, feel, and smell awesome. We know you can handle it.
Love this stuff
Just like the soap, this is amazing. Excellent post shave feel and very soothing. Doesn’t leave your face feeling dry like other aftershaves. Yet another top shelf product from B&M.
The Dickens aftershave compliments the shaving soap, extending the post-shave scent. The scent is a nice mix of the cherries and spices
Excellent Christmas holiday type scent
As is typical with B&M, the performance is FANTASTIC! And the scent is great for this time of year (Christmas season).
The only soap for the holidays
When i think of the holidays...no scent is this accurate. The soap is slick, easy to whip up and again...what a scent.
I ordered the shave soap and the aftershave splash, both are fantastic and complement each other very well and to me fortify each other where the scent lasts throughout the day. The scent is a nice combo of cherry and holiday spices and the art work on the containers is top notch. This was my first experience with the company and will certainly be ordering more of their products. Also, the packaging of the product was pure class, a throw back to how I imagine companies treated their customers back in the 40s and 50s.