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Polaris - 2ml Vial

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Test the water with this 2ml bespoke glass vial of our newest fragrance, Polaris.

Find your balance.

The newest small-batch men's fragrance from Thomas Clipper is a warm and soothing masculine amber, with a modern marine twist.

With a deep inhale, Polaris is designed to help you feel more centered - but this fragrance also has an adventurous side. Inspired by the North Star, the ancient symbol of exploration and finding your way home, it's the first small-batch UK aftershave to be launched into space.

Top: soothing lemon, subtle pink pepper, a hint of rum and cinnamon.

Heart: modern marine notes, clary sage and almond.

Base: grounding tonka bean, moss, benzoin and woody ambers.

A perfect blend of relaxing calm and a welcome touch of adventure.

A Small Team, Making Waves

Thomas Clipper is a team of four based in London. We create modern classics for men.

Our fragrances and shaving goods are handmade in England, and we use organic raw materials whenever possible - including in our soaps and colognes.

Customers like you have supported us from day one, crowdfunding almost our entire range of products and supporting the business every step of the way. We couldn't do it without you.

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