If forced to explain the shift in soul from spring to summer without mentioning heat, how would you do it? Once the April showers have brought May flowers, what do you seek each year in June, July, and August? If spring is the time for blooming, summer is the time for fruiting—for harvesting something bright. In this fragrance, a brightness a man might pick is peach. But what if he left the tenderness with the spring blossoms, keeping instead the richness of the fruit, and then, alongside the bitterness of the skin, a musk, placing their essences in his basket with a bitter orange. Summer’s masculine potential would be found in such a man, the man for whom this fragrance is named: The Gatherer.
Ingredients: Stearic acid, Vegetable Glycerin, Beef tallow, Shea butter, Potassium Hydroxide, Castor oil, Palm oil, Sodium Hydroxide, Fragrance, Jojoba oil, Oat bran oil, Shea butter (and) Glyceral Rosinate (and) Olive oil unsaponifiables, Coconut oil, Daikon Seed extract, Goat milk, Coconut milk, Sodium lactate
Comes in a large frosted straight sided 5oz jar