Deeply moisturising, soothing and healing. Reduces inflammation & dryness. Has an exquisite fragrance, inspired by the incredibly uplifting and revitalizing smell of the majestic Himalayan Deodar trees.
A Gentlemen’s after bath oil – woody, mysterious, with a hint of tobacco but with a fresh vibe.
Created from the purest Essential oils. Preservative free. No artificial additives. Not tested on animals, suitable for vegans.
Each bottle is prepared fresh, by hand, especially for you, with your name on the bottle. Requests for custom formulations are also accepted, from your second order onwards (we encourage you to try our favourite blends first :-) ).
Toxin free. Not tested on animals, suitable for vegans.
Use as an after-bath oil, for smelling great & keeping your skin healthy and moisturised. Suitable for men of all ages. Perfect for reducing toxin overload in your daily life.
Great for gifting. Also available as part of a gorgeous Gift box, along with matching Perfume & Body Mist.While ordering a gift box, please email the name you would like on the bottle, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
What To Expect
Aroma: Spicy, earthy, woodsy, layered with deeper, richer notes reminiscent of a night by the fire in a forest camp.
Product Feel: Light oil that gets absorbed quickly
Skin Feel: Fresh, clean & scented like a forest breeze. De-odorising effect due to anti-bacterial action of the ingredients.
Mood Feel: Bright, energised & fresh.
Pour a little bit on your palm and massage all over body while the skin is still damp after shower.
Keep cap tightly closed. Use within 6 months.
Some useful tips:
1. For best effect, use along with Deodar 19 Perfume & Deodar 19 Deodorant (Body mist).
Pure essential oils of Himalayan Deodar (Cedarwood), Bergamot, Cardamom, Patchouli; Pure Cold pressed Almond Oil, Sunflower Oil, Vitamin E
I really enjoy using the Deodar 19 Box – I am using all three – the perfume, deodorant & body oil. The fragrance reminds me a little bit of tobacco based colognes that I have used earlier. Am planning to gift a box to my son in law too.
Ravi Kashyap, Professor, Jaipur