Reuzel Pomade in the red can is a water based, high shine pomade with a subtle scent of cola. Reuzel pomade rinses out easily with water but holds hair like super glue and shines like a fresh coat of paint on your favorite vintage car.
Application: Work an ample amount of Pomade between the palms of your hands until it softens and then apply thoroughly through the hair from roots to ends. Reuzel Pomade is strongest when applied to dry hair, for a heavy (90 weight) hold, blow dry the hair before applying. For a lighter (30 weight) hold, simply towel dry before applying. Simply comb, brush or hand style into the desired shape. Add more Pomade or more water as needed to perfect the style. Reuzel Pomade does not dry or harden in the hair so you can restyle as needed throughout the day without loosing control or shine.
4 oz or 1.3 oz
About Reuzel and Schorem
Schorem is an old school men-only barbershop in the heart of the working class city of Rotterdam. The shop specializes in the classic cuts that have proven themselves over the decades: pompadours, flattops, contours and the other styles featured on Schorem famous barbershop posters.
Since its opening, Schorem has been frequented by greasers, rockers, bikers, psychobillys, ruffians and other fine gentleman scumbags from every echelon of society. With more than fifty years of barbering and grooming experience these Rotterdam Barbers have now formulated pomades worthy of their exacting standards. As old school barbers they dug deep into the history of pomades to formulate what they believe are the worlds finest, Reuzel.
Reuzel is the Dutch word for lard and is a wink to a past when pomades were made from animal fats and fragranced with apples. The word pomade actually comes from the french word pomme, meaning apple.