This year, Acqua di Parma's Holiday Collection shines bright in the iconic style of Emilio Pucci and supports the "Riscriviamo il Futuro-Rewrite the Future” campaign by Save the Children. Elegant and joyful, the Vortici print heralds the memorable experiences contained in this set: a sophisticated selection from the BARBIERE universe to indulge in the true Italian shaving ritual on a daily basis. Eau de Cologne 50ml: The Colonia Eau de Cologne by Acqua di Parma is timeless, well-loved and enduring. This iconic fragrance crafted from sunny Sicilian citrus fruits is an elegant and fresh embodiment of the best of Italy. With a citrusy floral heart from a lavender and damask rose blend, the refined scent of this eau de cologne is rounded off with woody notes of vetiver, sandalwood and patchouli at the base. Barbiere Soft Shaving Cream 40ml: The Shaving Cream created by Acqua di Parma is characterised by its hydrating and creamy formula that softens skin and lifts whiskers to provide an excellent razor glide. Barbiere Refreshing Aftershave Emulsion 40ml: Try out this fast-absorbing and lightweight Aftershave Emulsion that combats razor burn. Formulated with hyaluronic acid to help restore the skin, the emulsion also hydrates and conditions with its blend of vegetal oils.
Barbiere Gentle Shampoo 40ml: The Gentle Shampoo gently removes everyday dirt while protecting the hair from pollution leaving it pleasantly scented.
Barbiere Refreshing Face Wash 40ml: A daily-use face cleanser that gently removes impurities and excess oil without dehydrating the skin. Upon contact with water, its creamy texture becomes a soft foam. After use, pores are tightened and skin texture is smoothed for a complexion that feels fresh, soft and supple. PackagingThis set has been developed with respect for the environment: FSC-certified paper.Removable interior made of recycled plastic: the rectangular box becomes an elegant, masculine accessory to be reused. Every item in the collection contributed to the “Riscriviamo il Futuro-Rewrite the Future” campaign by Save the Children.