Deep in the forest, there is a secret place, reached only by a narrow trail.
It’s lit by moonshine and covered by moss, and it’s only here that magical herbs grow.
All the local witches go there for a harvest, and from all the herbs, select nothing but the finest.
They mix them in a cauldron with water from the magic well, add some nasty ingredients that I shan't even mention by name.
They dance around the cauldron until their strength is spent, as the mystical potion inside takes desired shape.
Dark arts are forbidden and shouldn't be practiced, but the witches' potion is rumored to be quite fantastic.
Take just one shower with Witch’s Brew, look into the mirror, and say hello to a prettier you.
Apply a small amount of product to moistened skin, massage in circular motions until foam forms, then rinse thoroughly with water.
WHO AM I?
I'm a natural shower gel. The kind that's cool, navy blue and - contrary to everything you see on my label - smells good. I'll wash this and that for you, and maybe make you laugh at the same time, as long as you've got your distance from everything in sight (myself included).
WHATDO I HAVE INSIDE?
Jokes with jokes, but composition with composition! To be able to make jokes on a label, you have to be confident in your worth. And I am! As a natural shower gel, I rely on mild cleansing agents. You'll find plant-derived glycerine in me, which has a strong hygroscopic effect - it penetrates the stratum corneum of your epidermis and allows the active ingredients to reach the deeper layers of the skin. I also have the power of plant extracts for you, which will take care of moisturising and strengthening your skin's protective barrier. These include extracts from the leaves of rosemary, clary sage and ivy as well as chamomile flowers, arnica montana, calendula and white buttercup. Plus, I've got you covered with pine needle extract and burdock root, as well as extracts of watercress, nasturtium major and lemon peel. No wow!
Meet my fragrance notes:
head: black grape, green notes
heart: black grape, blackcurrant, mandarin, kiwi, tropical fruit