1920 handmade shaving soap in two plastic amber jars with black dome lid with one open showing content
two 1920 stacked handmade shaving soap pucks wrapped in black foil with label
shaving brush with black handle topped with shaving soap lather and open used shaving soap jar in background
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1920 Shaving Soap

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Made with skin nourishing oils and butters of coconut and Jojoba oils. Shea butter provides a Shaving Soap lather that is thicker and richer than most creams, while providing cushion and abundant moisturization leaving an excellent post-shave feel. Bentonite clay provides detoxifying qualities and extra razor "glide".

There is a nostalgic pleasure of choosing a scent and wielding a shaving brush the way your grandfather did. Shaving Soaps made their first appearance in the 14th century and were popular until shaving creams became widely available. Shaving soaps still remain popular with shavers, making shaving an activity rather than a dreaded obligation. It is the experience!!

Heart notes of amber and rum with a light top note of musk and bay make this irresistible!

Net Wt. 1.75 - 3.75 oz

  • No Parabens
  • No Phthalates
  • No Foaming agents
  • No Petroleum

[recipe} Water, Stearic Acid, Coconut Oil, Potassium Hydroxide, Shea Butter, Sodium Hydroxide, Jojoba Oil, Fragrance, Glycerin, Sodium Lactate, Bentonite Clay.

{use} Build a full body lather with your favorite shaving brush right from the jar or scoop an almond-size amount out and place into your favorite shaving mug or hand bowl. Start by placing a small amount of warm water into the shaving bowl. Rest your shaving brush in the water long enough to absorb some of the warm water. Start building your lather and enjoy the perfect shave!

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