Clubman Eau de Quinine Hair Tonic ...
- Stimulates surface circulation of scalp.
- Removes loose dandruff...
- Keeps hair healthy, well groomed, lustrous...
12.5 oz bottle...
12.5 oz bottle...
This is hands down the best product to use on dogs! It makes them smell soooo good and they are sooo soft. I wish it was available in Canada!!
This hair tonic does what it says it will. It has a pleasant smell, and you can see the added shine on first use. No sting. It is not a brilliantine, and it won't do much to hold hair in place, but it's definitely good for putting on for a night out and for an every-other-day alternate to the hair-in-place tonics.
Yeah I really like this stuff. I don't use it all the time and I wonder why. Because everytime I do I say "Wow! This stuff is great!"
I didn't think much when I ordered this, but I had also ordered the shampoo. After realizing the shampoo didn't have any conditioning agent like most common shampoos you might buy from the store, I quickly realized how lucky it was that I also decided to buy this.
This product has a unique smell of its own. It’s a nice, clean scent that’s not to pungent that fades. I have brown hair with some gray. I believe this tonic helps darken some of my gray hair.
I have been using Clubman Quinine for many years now, and I intend to for many more. It's invigorating to the scalp and keeps hair fresh, clean, and smelling good.
Conditions the scalp. No chance of dandruff, itch, etc. Excellent control & pleasant aroma. Been using it for year. Was overjoyed to find Clubman Online.
Great fragrance, classic smell of masculinity. Really stimulates the scalp, and keeps hair soft and manageable. Not too much holding power, but adequate for shorter length hair.
At first opening, the fragrance was unusual, medicinal and flowery in a vintage-fragrance sort of way. It felt great on the scalp and I noticed that the fragrance was somewhat bothersome throughout the day. The reason being that I could not identify it or classify it with anything familiar -- was it botanical? Was it fruity? Was it woody or spicy? I almost gave it the back shelf except for the quinine effect. At one point the next day, Dr. Pepper came to mind -- yes, it's that but not entirely. Then a possible recipe of vintage fragrance sources came to mind; cola nut, hint of pepper, rose and others I dare not hazard a guess with. It has since grown on me and no longer bothers me. In fact, I have a fondness for it -- not because it reminds me of soda but because it reminds me of vintage botanical and spice mixtures which have largely faded from the market. I give it five stars for what it is and will continue to purchase it. Great in combination with a bit of the Clubman gel afterward for hold.