Shea Butter Shave Soap

Shea Butter Shave Soap

$10.00Price
These shave soaps are specially formulated to create the perfect lather for shaving. A little goes a long way and each bar lasts for a long time, when properly maintained.Made with Shea butter (and other oils) these are gentle and great for all skin types. Combine with a cup and a brush for the perfect gift set! Add a straight razor for an even better shave! To keep your soap around as long as possible, make sure it is able to dry out in between uses. Best results are achieved when these shave soaps are used with one of my shave bowls.Get a whole kit here: https://www.kassandracreations.com/product-page/artisanal-shea-butter-and-badger-hair-shave-set
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  • RETURN & REFUND POLICY

    New, unused items can be returned or exchanged within 30 days.

  • DIRECTIONS

    The most common method of using a shave soap is to build lather in your shaving bowl using a bristle brush, preferably badger hair (also available for purchase) or a synthetic.

     

    Instructions
    Step 1: Prepare. For best results, gather your shave kit and prepare your face for shaving, making sure it washed with warm water and facial soap. Scrubbing your beard is always a good idea to remove as much debris as possible.

    Step 2: Wet your brush.  Using either running hot water or soaking in a separate cup, make sure your brush is wetted throughly. If you soak, it is not necessary to do so for more than a minute or two.

    Step 3: Swirl your soap. Allow most of the water to run out of the brush and, while it is still wet, swirl the brush on top of the shave soap in its cup. Keep swirling; it should begin to form a strong lather in about 15 seconds - 45 seconds.

    Step 4: Check your lather. If it is too runny, keep swirling until it thickens up. If it is too thick, add a few drops of water.

    Step 5: Apply. Once it's just right, apply the lather evenly across your face.
    Step 6: Happy Shaving! Try using our Straight Razor for best results!

    Another Method: Building Lather on your Face.
    Building lather on your face gives you the opportunity to exfoliate, using your shave brush, but for people with sensative skin, or if you have a thicker synthetic brush, this could be too much. If you choose this method, and your face hurts, stop immediately. You may want to consider replacing your brush, if it is too stiff.

     

    Step 1: Same as above.
    Step 2: Same as above.

    Step 3: Swirl your soap. Allow most of the hot water to run out of the brush and, while it is still wet, swirl the brush on top of the shave soap, in its cup, for about 15 seconds.

    Step 4: Build Lather. On a prepped and wet face, begin swirling the soapy brush in circles across the areas you wish to shave, avoiding the eyes. Not only are you building lather, but gently exfoliating as well.

    Step 5: Check your lather. If it is too runny, keep swirling until it thickens up, brushing across the shave soap bar again, if necessary. If it is too thick, add a few drops of water to the tip of the brush and reapply to the face. Make sure your lather is even across your skin. If not, use your brush to spread out the lather.

    Step 6: Happy Shaving! Try using our Straight Razor for best results!

  • INGREDIENTS & ALLERGEN INFO

    Made from saponified <to be updated!>.

    Free from phthalates, parabens, sulfates, palm oil, oxides, and silicones. My products are never tested on animals.

    Manufactured in a facility that also processes nuts, wheat, and milk products.

 

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