The Four Horsemen: Famine Aftershave Splash
"They that die by famine die by inches." -Matthew Henry
"Famine" conjures ominous images of clouds of choking dust and debris, blasted deserts dotted with the bones of animals, and skeletally thin wretches, clad in rags and screaming, their ribs free to count and their skin leathery and drained of life. That was the visual that we came up with, anyway. As such, The Four Horsemen: Famine is the essence of desiccation and dusty powder, redolent with the dry, parchment-like character of dehydrated flowers and cracked earth. Notes of rose, jasmine, vanilla, and cedar enfold the core chypre accord, the blend of citrus, resins, and moss that symoblizes Death and wends it way through every one of the Four Horsemen fragrances. Blended with this is the smell of bleached rock, sharp and forward to the nose, an overwhelmingly ominous addition that bespeaks the suffering brought on by the depletion of even a basic food supply. The long, slow death heralded by famine is one of the great scourges of history. It has earned its place among the harbingers of the End.
Net wt. 3.5 fl oz
Directions for Use
Shake aftershave into your palm (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.
SD Alcohol 40-B (Alcohol Denatured), Witch Hazel Water (Hamamelis Virginiana), Water (Aqua), Glycerin, Taurine, Chlorella Vulgaris/Lupinus Albus Protein Ferment, Eleuthero Root Extract (Eleutherococcus Senticosus), Allantoin, Aloe Leaf Extract (Aloe Barbadensis), German Chamomile Flower Extract (Matricaria Recutita), Licorice Root Extract (Glycyrrhiza Glabra), Acetylsalicylic Acid, Sodium Lactate, Provitamin B5 (DL-Panthenol), Citric Acid, Benzoic Acid, Fragrance
- essential oils
Favorite of the horsemen so far
The splash at first has the same scent that most of Will's aftershaves have so I'm guessing this is his essential oils, but afterwards the jasmine is the forward smell to me , has a long lasting scent for an after shave. (Good thing) Reminds me of the Russe aftershave The soap has the same smell just not as powerful and it needs a good amount of water to work up a lather