Extro Absinthium Artemisia Shaving Cream with jojoba oil 150 ml / 5.0 oz.
What is absinthe
Wormwood (more precisely Wormwood) is a plant scientifically called Artemisia Absinthium. It is a fairly common shrub in the Alpine areas, characterized by a silvery green color and an extremely bitter taste. In Italian, the term Absinthe also refers to Absinthe, a drink obtained by distilling medicinal herbs including Artemisia Absinthium, Green Anise, Fennel, Melissa, Coriander and hyssop. Absinthe experienced an exceptional diffusion in the 19th century, it was called Absent, in the Spanish-speaking countries Absinth, in the German-speaking countries Absinthe but with different pronunciation in the Anglo-Saxon countries and precisely Absinthe in Italy.
Absinthe was banned almost all over the world at the beginning of the 1900s and from that moment the legends began that speak of the Green Fairy as a dangerous drug, endowed with strange powers. In fact, absinthe has no amazing effect, and the reasons that led to the ban were of a completely different nature.
From: "L?académie D?Absomphe Italian association for the protection of absinthe. www.essenzio.info
This shaving cream was born from the meeting in the shop with Andrea Onesti, member of the absinthe academy. Below is a link to one of his beautiful articles.
After the after shave eau de toilette, Asinthium Artemisia shaving cream was also born. Enriched with Jojoba Oil, the extract of Siegesbeckia Orientale is used for the first time in a shaving cream, widely used in oriental medicine to treat wounds.