Tallow. Shea Butter. Coconut Oil. Castor Oil. Glycerin.
It’s everything you could ever want in a shave soap.
Cypress Scents’ shave soap creates a warm, thick, and creamy lather with a silky whipping cream texture. Get maximum skin protection from thousands (or even millions) of luscious tiny suds that coat your skin to help prevent nicks and bleeding.
Our shaving soap:
- Made with dual lye for the ultimate lather experience for extra protection (both potassium hydroxide and sodium hydroxide)~this allows for a softer bar of soap that helps the lather to build up on your brush faster
Has great lather which creates extra cushion to protect the skin
Made with glycerine to provide a nice slip to the lather
Our no clay formula helps shaving blades last longer
Long lasting. 4 ounces of soap can last you months (depending on how often you shave)
- Stearic Acid
- Shea butter
- Coconut Oil
- Castor Oil
- Sodium Hydroxide
- Potassium Hydroxide
- Sodium Hydroxide
- Either essential oils or fragrance oil
To learn more about how to use shave soap, please visit my blog post. We are confident that once you start using it, you will not want to stop!
Pick from 1 of 3 scents: Spicy Citrus, Mountain Sawyer or Smoke Jumper
Spicy Citrus: You and your honey take a stroll in a southern orange orchard. The aroma of tart fruit with a hint of dark spice surrounds you as you brush against the fresh fruit. The morning walk is exactly what you need to wake you and start your day off right.
Mountain Sawyer: Deep in the mountains of Oregon on a long logging road, you will smell the intoxicating aroma of evergreen trees. A mountain sawyer saws down a few trees in a small patch of forest to help build his log cabin. The crisp scent of pine surrounds you like a cool breeze as you continue your mountain hike.
Smoke Jumper: This scent is a mix of tempered old growth and the fresh life that rises from the ashes to replenish the land after a wildfire as done natures cleaning of the forest floor. An awaking of fresh and vibrant life lends itself to a new energy taking hold in the cleansed soil.