Wet Shaving, Luxury Grooming and Smiles
Price: $15.99
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Item Number: AS-DOM-001
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Original Dominica Bay Rum Aftershave is a naturally pure organic fragrance with no artificial dyes, fragrances, or synthetic enhancers of any kind. The art of making authentic quality bay rum lies in the masterful blending of the purest of alcohol and the leaf oil extract from the Noble Bay Laurel Tree (Laurus nobilis). Its generous topical application tones, conditions, and leaves skin feeling clean, fresh, smooth, and lightly scented.

Made in Commonwealth of Dominica, W.I.

Size: 10 oz

SHIPPING RESTRICTIONS: This product contains alcohol, which is potentially hazardous for shipping. We cannot ship it outside of the continental USA. If you are an international customer, this item will be refunded and will not be shipped. If you are a customer in the continental USA, your order will ship via ground regardless of the delivery option selected. Please select FedEx Home or FedEx Ground during checkout.

Product Reviews
Product Has Changed in Recent Years
I have purchased this "bay rum" lotion for many, many years. It was always a wonderfully smelling bay rum after shave. But in the last two years I have had difficulty locating a supplier. And, worse, the product today -- while still a nice after shave lotion -- has almost no scent, and it certainly no longer has the bay leaves scent. This was once a great product -- but no longer. Perhaps bay leaves remain a part of the manufacturing process but the scent of bay leaves is completely missing. It should not be labelled "bay rum."
The reference bay rum
Dominica is straight-forward West Indies bay oil, double-distilled and clean. No extra vanilla, cloves, or cinnamon oil. Caribbean bay is a slightly green, slightly woody, moderately spicy scent. Somewhere between cloves and nutmeg with a bit of herbal note. Dominica's version is refreshing, toning, and lingers for a good bit, while still smelling fresh and natural. Compared to a product like Pinaud's Virgin Island Bay Rum and it's soapy-cinnamon synthetic fragrance, this is a much more nuanced and complex scent simply because it's not composed of other cheap components. Plus, since it doesn't contain glycerin or glycols, it doesn't feel tacky like some others (Masters, for instance).
I like
Got a sample from WCS with last order. It is a fine scent, and the burn is pleasant. I prefer this Bay Rum to the Captain. Now if only WCS gets it back in stock, I will order it.
I just received a sample of this aftershave from WCS. I don't know what's wrong with this sample but I don't like it and I can't imagine anyone else liking it. They call this aftershave Bay Rum. I like Rum as a drink but I'm not familiar with Bay Rum aftershave so I don't know what Bay Rum should smell like; But in this case I think this RUM is cheap or the BAY is contaminated. For me it stinks! I would not dare use it and go out with it. However this i only my opinion; some people like it. Guess is different strokes for different folk. If someone can recommend a better smelling Bay Rum aftershave I will appreciate it. Thanks!
My face is on fire.
For the size, its definitely a great value. $12 for ten ounces as opposed to the usual four ounces is a no brainer. As for the aftershave itself, I've never felt a stronger burn; when I first tried it I was almost stunned by how strong it was, but my skin feels amazing after it cools. The fragrance is definitely pretty strong, my closed bottle lightly scents my entire bedroom, and I like that.
Strongest and BEST Bay Rum aftershave out there!
This aftershave is very strong and just awesome smelling and it lingers, too!! It's expensive, but it's worth the $12 price. The scent is best described as heavy on the cloves, that's spicy, almost smokey fragrance that doesn't dissipate as easily as other Bay Rum products. It soothes, refreshes and heals any nicks on the face or neck. It tones the skin after each shave or just to brighten up the moment and it instantly gives off the feeling and smell of licorice, clove, orange zest and Caribbean spices.
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