A waterbased, soft and easy to handle pomade with a nice scent of peach and red apples, a discreet shine and super easy to wash out. The pomade comes in a very cool, thin tin with the sketch of a house pig as well as with nice nostalgic ornaments. The shown pig is a hint on the pomade origins from the 17th and 18th century, where fat from pigs has been used for pomades. "Reuzel" means "lard" in dutch. Made in the USA.
The hairdressers of Schorem from the Netherlands are cult. No more, no less - in their barber salon in Rotterdam they will only provide 10 haircuts. For these 10 haircuts customers are already 2 hours before opening waiting in the line. Without appointments. And when by 10 o'clock the Barbershop opens its doors, 50 customers have to be sent away as the Schorem barbers are fully booked out for the day.
Now the long awaitened pomade is finally here, similar to Layrite Deluxe but softer. It is water based, containing mostly chemicals which ensure the pomade to be easy to wash out. It is easy to handle and to comb. Its scent of peach and red apples is again a reminder of the first pomades ever made, in which apples have been used as a scent.
Made in the U.S.A.
packed in tin can with screw cap
Net. Wt. 4 oz. (113 g)
- Water (Aqua)
- Propylene Glycol
- PEG 7 Hydrofenated Castor Oil
- Caprylyl Glycol
- Sorbid Acid
- Orange 4