Le Pere Lucien Cedar & Orange Aftershave Lotion 100ml

Le Pere Lucien Cedar & Orange Aftershave Lotion 100ml
Product Code: LPLAS100CO
Excl. VAT: £14.96 Incl. VAT: £17.95

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  • Le Pere Lucien Cedar & Orange Aftershave Lotion

  • 100ml in glass bottle

  • Contains essential oils designed to soothe razor burn

  • Works as a moisturiser, astringent and disinfectant

  • Fruity, fresh, woody 'Cedre Orange' fragrance

  • Made in France


Le Pere Lucien Cedar & Patchouli Aftershave Lotion is an alcoholic aftershave containing essential oils designed to soothe razor burn. Vegetable glycerin helps to moisturise while the various essential oils bring astringent, disinfecting, and soothing properties.

This aftershave lotion is 100% natural and is made with essential oils (atlas cedar, patchouli) selected for their soothing, disinfectant, and astringent properties. Designed in collaboration with and under the supervision of a pharmacist graduate herbalist. Ideally dosed with vegetable glycerin, this lotion is moisturising and restorative. The alcohol level of 70° is ideal because it is antiseptic without causing any tingling sensation. It is also rich in unsaturated antioxidant. More than just a fragrance, this aftershave lotion is a genuine care product for your skin.

The subtle sweet mixture of orange and cedar is fruity, fresh, and woody. It will bring you calm and hydration, leaving your skin delicately scented.

Top tip: For extra freshness after shaving, you can keep your lotion stored in the refrigerator - just be careful not to drink it!

Ingredients: Denatured grain alcohol, aqua, glycerin, fragrance

Customer Reviews

Sharp, aggressive little chap that smells like the back end of something.
Very good astringent qualities and calms the skin quite well but I really don't know about the scent! For those of you who have little ones at home, who never seem to clean out the rabbit or guinea pigs, then you'll recognise it straight way. I have to say, not everyone smells it like that so it's one of those products that's going to be a Marmite one. Personally, not as good as the Mersol Antisol.
Review by Richard / (Posted on 20/07/2020)