Just now available at your favorite raven-themed apothecary, Prospector Co.'s a line of old-timey-seeming shaving oils, aftershaves, and other face goods that, much like Silver Surfer and his whole "I'm a young astronomer from the planet Zenn-La who made a bargain with a cosmic entity named Galactus so I could save my planet from destruction and ride around space on a silver surfboard", each comes with a mostly weird origin story, including:
Miss Annie Jones Shaving Oil
Backstory: It's named for 19th-century bearded lady Annie Jones, who worked for P.T. Barnum and reputedly had a mustache and sideburns by the time she was five, which must've made it significantly easier for her to get into nightclubs, fake ID or not.
What it do: The oil sprays on, is scented with balsam, sandalwood, and cedarwood, and is chock full of vitamin E, grapeseed and kukui nut essence that makes the blade just glide through your five-day-old scruff.
KC Atwood Aftershave
Backstory: It's moniker'd after America's "citrus pioneer" Kimball Chase Atwood, who used to work in Maine at his dad's store and then was like, "maybe I should move to Florida, purchase 265 acres of land, and operate the largest grapefruit grove in the world!!". So he did that.
What it do: The aloe will soothe your skin, while the sandalwood, grapefruit, and orange will make the ladies smelling you say, "are you some sort of baller who owns and operates the largest grapefruit grove in the world?".
Wormwood Absinthium Cream
Backstory: It takes its inspiration from the "infamous hallucinogenic plant" that made everyone go Kanye-style cray in the 1800s.
What it do: Moisturize the ish out of your face/elbows while smelling subtly like marjoram, shea butter, cucumber & absinthe, which normally makes you forget your own weird origin story.