Lathering Wet Shave Soap

Lathering Wet Shave Soap


Directions for using wet shave soap:

First, plug your sink up and run hot water into the sink until you can put your shaving brush all the way in it. Once you do that, leave it in the sink for a minute or more to let the fibers soak up all that water. That will make it a lot more receptive to the shaving soap you have, and will help the lather build up all the more.

Second: Put your soap in your shaving bowl. Put the brush in and move it around in circles quickly; the rounded interior of the bowl will work with the brush to start pummeling the soap into a rich lather.

Third: Get your brush nice and soaped up with the lather, and use that same circular motion to rub the soap all over your face. In many ways, you’re increasing the density of the lather here too, making it another stage of the lather process.


Fragrance Choices

Bay Rum: Fresh essence of bay leaves with the bright enjoyment of orange peel and zest.

Oakmoss Sandalwood: Earthy blend of oakmoss and sandalwood with tonka bean, cedarwood, lemon and petitgrain.

Sandalwood Amber: A warm woodsy fragrance with top notes of bergamot, heart notes of rose and violet, rounded out with amber, sandalwood and vanilla base notes.



Saponified Ingredients: Stearic Acid, Distilled Water, Coconut Oil, Potassium Hydroxide, Glycerin, Shea Butter,  Sodium Hydroxide, Palm Oil, Hemp Oil, Casor Oil, Fragrance