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Bamboo Aftershave - Northwoods

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Evolution Mine introduces Bamboo Leaf Tea - Bamboo Northwoods Aftershave made from bamboo grown organically in Florida. 


This product is made from 100 % bamboo extract, no chemicals, no fillers, no extras. This is a blend of clove, vetiver, frankincense, myrrh, and patchouli in bamboo extracts. It’s earthy and grounding and feels wonderful on the skin. Bamboo has an amazing ability to instantly heal skin irritations like razor burn or irritations due to shaving. Simply spray the face after shaving and it works instantly.

  • razor burn
  • razor bumps
  • dry skin
  • skin irritations
  • sun burn
  • We have formulated this product to have the highest amount of nutrition for your skin. It has a fresh, slightly earthy smell.

    Simply spray and feel instantly the nourishing effects of bamboo on the skin. The skin will soak up the spray which is rich in silica. Bamboo has a superpower of healing skin irritations. There are no chemicals and no junk.

    Bamboo has the highest amount of vegetative silica of any plant. Ten times the amount of horsetail or nettles. It is what allows bamboo to grow so fast and strong and yet remain flexible. The tea also contains soluble fiber and is rich in antioxidants.



    • promotes hair growth and nail strength
    • building block of collagen – rejuvenates the skin
    • essential for bone growth and strength, has been shown to increase bone density
    • aids the body in eliminating aluminum
    • strengthens the cardiovascular system
    • supports white blood cell function
    • remineralizes and strengthens teeth and gums



      Like other plant teas, the micronutrients in bamboo leaf tea may have an effect on some of your body systems. Polyphenols can reduce free radical cell damage, and may slow aging. Catechins interfere with your processing of dietary fat, which might help you lose weight and reduce your cholesterol production. In his book "The Superfoods Rx," Dr. Stephen Pratt reports that most teas contain high levels of both. Proponents of bamboo leaf tea state that it contains amounts of both similar to those in green tea -- however, no clinical data supports this claim as of 2011. Credit:


      These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.