In the year 1939, Monsieur Reboul went back to his homeland leaving his pharmacy, the apple of his eye, to young and hardworking Kemal Müderrisoğlu who was his only living next of kin, at the time. The pharmacy’s name then changed to Rebul. Rebul Lavender Cologne, REBUL LAVANDA soon became the cologne of Istanbul’s gentlemen and especially Pera’s men. In time, REBUL LAVANDA became much more than just a cologne. It became a unique legacy passed on from fathers to sons. It became a popular men’s perfume, a miraculous hair product used by barbers to relieve their customers of stress and a prestigious gift. In 1981, Rebul Lavender Cologne was granted a gold medal by the International Beauty Products Quality Control Center. But unlike other natural scents, this ethanol-based concoction’s high alcohol content can kill more than 80% of germs and act as an effective hand disinfectant.