Reuzel Fiber Gel is for those wanting to style with a flexible, strong hold and low shine. This water-soluble gel goes on thick but easily glides through the hair with a rum fragrance for a pliable, long-lasting and unforgettable style. (Previously known as Reuzel Supersize Fiber Gel)
- Leaves a rum fragrance
Shine: 1 / 5
Hold: 4 / 5
Who Is It For?
- All hair types
- Great for those with fine or thin hair
What Does It Do?
- Leaves a flexible hold
- Glides through the hair
- Washes out easily
How Do You Use It?
- Start with a dime-size amount
- Apply it to towel-dried or dry hair and then comb it through for a sleek look or tousle it into dry hair to keep a casual, disheveled style
- Tips & Tricks: Apply to dry, styled hair & rake fingers through to change the look from sleek and polished to slightly disheveled and more casual
Reuzel started with two men in love with barbering. Sotted in style. And drowning under the influences of rock ‘n roll, custom culture and the working-class ethic of Rotterdam. Leen and Bertus wanted to cut every man the perfect hairstyle, proper porkchop. And to provide a haven. A barbershop. A place men could trust the products and enjoy the company. Those classic styles and hot-towel shaves are still around. And the traditions that created them have kickstarted a bit of a riot. Reuzel is here to make sure that as styles change, the attitude remains the same. For those people who are ready to sculpt a style, write a story, and be part of a legacy… Well, welcome to the family.
The Ingredient List
WATER (AQUA), PROPYLENE GLYCOL, PVP, MALTODEXTRIN/VP COPOLYMER, ACRYLATES COPOLYMER, POLYSORBATE 20, FRAGRANCE (PARFUM), EQUISETUM ARVENSE (HORSETAIL ROOT) EXTRACT, ETHYLHEXYLGLYCERIN, HAMAMELIS VIRGINIANA (WITCH HAZEL) LEAF EXTRACT, ROSMARINUS OFFICINALIS (ROSEMARY) LEAF EXTRACT, URTICA DIOICA (NETTLE) LEAF EXTRACT, CARBOMER, PEG-45M, COUMARIN, LIMONENE, LINALOOL, PHENOXYETHANOL, AMINOMETHYL PROPANOL
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