Experience traditional grooming with Truefitt & Hill, the sophisticated British grooming brand with an unbeatably impressive history…
William Francis Truefitt first opened the doors to the brand’s original barbershop back in 1805, some 210 years ago. George III was on the throne, Nelson had just defeated Napoelon at Trafalgar, and the Industrial Revolution was just kicking off. No-one can argue with its position as Oldest Barbershop in the World in the Guinness Book of World Records. Commercial production of the products began in 1878, and Truefitt & Hill products were even found in the wreckage of the Titanic when it sank in 1912 – now I bet you can’t say that about your current cologne!
The brand gained a respected reputation from the offset, and has attracted attention from world-renowned figures over the years. As well as serving the monarchs of Great Britain for 9 consecutive reigns, other regulars have included Oscar Wilde, Sir Winston Churchill, Alfred Hitchcock, and Frank Sinatra. Now it’s time to add your name to this list…
Although the flagship Barbershop still boasts a prestigious James’s Street address, you can now pick up some of the very finest Truefitt & Hill products right here at Mankind. Check out the range of fragrances, shaving treatments and bathing products available (we’ve got a bit of a soft spot for the citrus & wood blend of the rustic Sandalwood Cologne & the soothing No.10 Moisturiser).
The brand boasts a number intriguing ranges, including the historic 1805 collection, the sophisticated Trafalgar collection and the exotic West Indian Limes collection, so pick one or mix and match – you’ll never be disappointed.
Discover Truefitt & Hill today at Mankind.co.uk, for a traditional grooming experience. Save with free delivery worldwide.
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