Apothecary 87 Salt Tonic Styling Spray 200ml

Apothecary 87 Salt Tonic Styling Spray 200ml
Product Code: A87SALT
Excl. VAT: £13.33 Incl. VAT: £16.00

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  • Apothecary 87 Salt Tonic Styling Spray 200ml

  • Made in the UK

  • Vegan

  • Volumising sea salt formula

  • Comes in a 200ml spray bottle

  • Works as a standalone product or as a pre-styling product


This Apothecary 87 Salt Tonic is a salt-based styling spray that provides a volumising and reworkable hold with a matte finish. It's perfect as a stand alone way to style, or as a pre-styler in conjunction with another product.

The product comes in a 200ml spray bottle that makes dispensing it over the hair a cinch. Apply evenly to damp hair and allow to dry naturally for a loose, matte texture. Alternatively, blow-dry for a stronger hold and volume.

This South Yorkshire brand are based in Doncaster and also have a successful barber shop business there. Their philosophy is to redefine what it means to be 'well-groomed'. "We believe it's more than just a fresh haircut and a trimmed-up beard, it's what goes into your everyday life and what makes you feel good, it's how you live your life. Apothecary 87 is more than a brand, it's a lifestyle."

This product is made in the UK, vegan and not tested on animals. Apothecary 87 kept the fragrance dialled back on this one. There’s a soft fresh scent of the ocean, but it isn’t over-powering. This means it’s great on it’s own, but there isn’t any fragrance conflict if using with other products.

Sea salt sprays are versatile and work with many different hairstyles. Be careful not to overuse it as this could dehydrate your hair.

You might like to take a look at the rest of Apothecary 87's range; we stock their moustache wax, beard oils, combs and more. You may also want to view our wider styling products category, or specifically the Triumph & Disaster Ponsonby Pomade 95g for a more vintage-look slick pomade.

Ingredients: Aqua, Soidum Chloride, DMDM Hydantonin, Polysorbate 20, Polyquaternium 22, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, Triethanolamine.

Take a look at this video below for a bit more of a visual guide: