Pugilist Rag Soak
Tough guys of the 1800s used clinched fists and spiteful tongues to get what they wanted, inside and outside the ring. Matches between pugilists were settled in front of a roaring crowd in the dirt fields behind five & dimes and John L. Sullivan was often the one causing the roar. He took on several fights through dares and wagers to get to his champ status and has remained a boxing legend. Sullivan had a record of 35 wins, 1 loss and 2 draws, with 30 wins by knockout.
This concoction is inspired by those pugilist feats and the smelling salts that guided them through their ups and downs. Minus the ammonia and crunchy texture, this formula has similar properties to deliver a calming wake-up for the modern man. Use on a warm rag for an extra relaxing pre-shave pore softener or at a hard day's end. We recommend a small transfer on the cloth just under where the nose would be positioned and on either side of the temples. Use sparingly; as oils heat, the aroma is powerful. Avoid eye contact.
Available in a .25 oz. glass modernistic bottle.
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