- Eau de Toilette
- Simple ingredients with a masculine aroma
- Scented with a dry, woody aroma with rich, sensual undertones
Motivated by the frigid mid-West winter of 2014, Shawn Maher began creating a nourishing, protective post-shave salve that restored his wind-chapped skin. Inspired by the response of testers, he launched Chatillon Lux in Dec. 2015. His business boomed as he added on other post-shave products with wonderful performance and exceptional scents, including a line of Eau de Toilette.
A love for his city of South Saint Louis, MO, inspires Shawn to take his names and scents from the places and people that inhabited this corner of the heartland. Chatillon Lux is named for Henri Chatillon, a French fur trader and central figure on the Oregon Trail. He lived and loved with the Sioux people until the untimely death of his wife, Bear Robe. Upon returning to his hometown of St. Louis, he married Odile Delor Lux, daughter of the founder of Carondelet (South Saint Louis). The "most gallant a man . . . as ever shot buffalo", Chatillon is quintessential frontier man and inspiration for manly pursuits like wet shaving.
The 1904 World's Fair really put St. Louis on the map. And as much as it introduced St. Louis to the rest of the world, it also introduced the world to St. Louis. Visitors from the Eastern Hemisphere and Carribean Islands brought their exotic, mysterious scents. This Omnostre aroma seeks to pay homage to those alluringly fragrances. Notes of Haitian vetiver and cardamom draw you in while myrrh, orris, pink pepper, musk, and a hint of mandarin petitgrain relax you into bliss.Â
Ingredients:Â ï»¿Denatured alcohol, fragrance, distilledÂ water
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.
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