Founded in 1887 by Ferdinand Claus and Georges Schweder, two Germans living in Portugal, Claus Porto is a manufacturer of soaps, bath salts and aromatic candles.
Founded in 1730 by Juan Famenias Floris, Floris of London is the oldest retailer of fragrances in the UK, located on Jermyn Street.
Created in 1928 by County Chemicals, Brylcreem is a hair pomade, made out of an emulsion of water and mineral oil stabilized with beeswax.
Founded in 1896 by Emil Hermes, Merkur is the manufacturer of world’s most iconic double edged razor.
Founded in 1932 by Toshio Kosaka, the Feather Safety Razor Company makes the sharpest double edge blades in the world.
Founded in 1882 by pharmacist Paul Carl Beiersdorf, Beiersdorf AG is a German personal care company based in Hamburg.
Developed in 1925 by C.D. Murray, who wanted make a quality and inexpensive, product for his Chicago Barbershop, Murray’s is one of the world’s leading hair pomades.
Founded in 1870 by barber William Henry Penhaligon, Penhaligon’s is an English perfume house that holds two long-standing Royal Warrants.
Proraso was founded in 1908 by Ludovico Martelli as a cosmetics company under his own name.
Founded in 1911, The Wahl Clipper Corporation, based in Sterling, Illinois, manufactures grooming products for people and animals.
Founded in 1939 in Shelton, Connecticut, W.E. Bassett Company offers foot care and personal care products.
Founded in 1808 by Georges Plisson, the factory of shaving brushes Plisson quickly gained a significant reputation and became the official supplier of the Emperor Napoleon.
Launched in 1807 by Andrew Pears, Pears transparent soap is the world’s first mass-market transparent soap.
Founded in 1858, and specialized in sportswear, riding attire and liveries, Knize grew out to become the house tailor of the Royal and Imperial Court.