Dr. Jon's Aftershave Tonic, Anne Bonny
- Alcohol-based Aftershave Tonic
- Loaded with natural ingredients: witch hazel, aloe, rose water, menthol
- Scented with a twist on bay rum: West Indies Bay oil, rum, black tea, and lime
"Run a shot across the bow", "Come about and return fire", "Walk the plank". If your pirate blood gets boiling with a good yarn, then you will love the legend - and scent - of Dr. Jon's Aftershave Tonic, Anne Bonny. This artisan soap maker embraced the bay rum movement with a unique twist, like a female pirate.
All of Dr. Jon's products are 100% vegan and never tested on animals. This tonic is loaded with witch hazel, aloe, rose water, and a touch of menthol to reduce the irritation that can come with running a blade across your face. These specially chosen ingredients provide healing, antiseptic properties, hydration, soothing, and skin tightening. And, of course, just a hint of menthol to cool the alcohol burn.
One of the few lady pirates to sail the seven seas, Anne Bonny is said to have been a fiery, Irish redhead with a quick temper and deadly aim. But even she would have been in need of a bay rum scent after months on ship - just don't be the one to tell her so! Dr. Jon's take on this masculine classic is a blend of West Indies (Anne's stomping ground) Bay Rum essential oil, dark rum (a daily "tot" for sailors and pirates), black tea (well, most sailors in the West Indies had strong ties to Britain -- and their national drink), and a twist of lime (gotta prevent scurvy!).
"Prepare to repel boarders" with Dr. Jon's Aftershave Tonic, Anne Bonny.
Made in the USA
Ingredients: Alcohol, Witch Hazel, Rose Water, Fragrance, Aloe, Menthol, Alum.
SHIPPING RESTRICTIONS: This product contains alcohol, which is potentially hazardous for shipping. We cannot ship it outside of the contiguous USA. If you are an international customer, this item will be refunded and will not be shipped. If you are a customer in the contiguous USA, your order will ship via ground regardless of the delivery option selected.
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