Description:

The opulence of the 1920s was of such staggering magnitude that it forced a cultural shift in the United States not seen again for another four decades. Men wore tuxedos and drove fast cars, women smoked and drank and danced. Fortunes were made and lost nearly overnight, and cultural tensions abounded between new money and old and haves and have-nots.

Rich tobacco smoke perfumed the air, laced with plush fragrances wafted not only from the windows of gilded mansions but from the cigarettes and cigars themselves, as if their own natural aromas were somehow insufficient to satisfy America's appetites for excess and luxury.

But the nation's hunger for decadence was doomed to rot from the inside out, simultaneously fueled and sabotaged by the intricacies of class warfare, the existential panic inspired by the nouveau riche in wealthy plutocrat onlookers. East Egg captures this feeling of opulence on the precipice, of fortunes so volatile that they could be lost in a second.

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Ingredients:

Aqua, Glycerin, Potassium Stearate, Potassium Tallowate, Sodium Stearate, Sodium Tallowate, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Milk, Potassium Kokum Butterate, Methyl Gluceth-10, Xanthan Gum, Sucrose Cocoate, Potassium Ricinoleate, Sodium Kokum Butterate, Allantoin, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter, Lanolin, Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Oil, Sodium Lauroyl Oat Amino Acids, Fragrance, Sodium Ricinoleate, Tetrasodium EDTA, Tocopheryl Acetate

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Description:

The opulence of the 1920s was of such staggering magnitude that it forced a cultural shift in the United States not seen again for another four decades. Men wore tuxedos and drove fast cars, women smoked and drank and danced. Fortunes were made and lost nearly overnight, and cultural tensions abounded between new money and old and haves and have-nots.

Rich tobacco smoke perfumed the air, laced with plush fragrances wafted not only from the windows of gilded mansions but from the cigarettes and cigars themselves, as if their own natural aromas were somehow insufficient to satisfy America's appetites for excess and luxury.

But the nation's hunger for decadence was doomed to rot from the inside out, simultaneously fueled and sabotaged by the intricacies of class warfare, the existential panic inspired by the nouveau riche in wealthy plutocrat onlookers. East Egg captures this feeling of opulence on the precipice, of fortunes so volatile that they could be lost in a second.

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Ingredients:

Alcohol Denat., Hammamelis virginiana (Witch Hazel) Distillate, Fragrance, Aveena sativa (Oat) Kernel Protein, Calendula officinalis (Calendula) Flower Extract, Saccharide Isomerate, Sodium Lactate, Propanediol, Aqua, Enteromorpha compressa (Seaweed) Extract, Silybum marianum (Milk Thistle) Fruit Extract, Ocinum sanctum (Tulsi Basil) Leaf Extract, Allantoin

Where to buy:

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Description:

The opulence of the 1920s was of such staggering magnitude that it forced a cultural shift in the United States not seen again for another four decades. Men wore tuxedos and drove fast cars, women smoked and drank and danced. Fortunes were made and lost nearly overnight, and cultural tensions abounded between new money and old and haves and have-nots.

Rich tobacco smoke perfumed the air, laced with plush fragrances wafted not only from the windows of gilded mansions but from the cigarettes and cigars themselves, as if their own natural aromas were somehow insufficient to satisfy America's appetites for excess and luxury.

But the nation's hunger for decadence was doomed to rot from the inside out, simultaneously fueled and sabotaged by the intricacies of class warfare, the existential panic inspired by the nouveau riche in wealthy plutocrat onlookers. East Egg captures this feeling of opulence on the precipice, of fortunes so volatile that they could be lost in a second.

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Ingredients:

Alcohol Denat., Fragrance

Where to buy:

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