Our products are free of parabens and artificial colorants. Should you want to know more about the ingredients we use, please take contact with us.
Ingredients (INCI): Aqua, Potassium Stearate, Potassium Palmitate, Glycerin, Cocos Nucifera Oil, Potassium Cocoate, Olea Europaea Fruit Oil, Potassium Olivate, Sodium Cocoate, Lavandula Angustifolia Oil, Cedrus Atlantica Wood Oil, Anthemis Nobilis Flower Oil, Sodium Olivate, Limonene, Linalool, Geraniol.
Excessive sniffing of the jar may cause funny looks from those you live with, so try to keep it discreet, ok?
Tempting as it may be to massage the luscious lather all over your face, keep it away from the eye area. Eating it will not make you more calm and collected, so let’s reserve it for external use only.
Our shaving cream is an easy and quick to lather wet shaving product. If you have never tried other products than canned foam because you think everything else is time-consuming, you should really give our Shaving Cream a try. You will be surprised. It takes no longer than 30 seconds to start building a thick and fragrant lather that will protect and hydrate your skin. You may consider shaving cream if you are just starting out with wet shaving, to really get the hang of wet shaving from the very beginning.
First, warm your face with hot water to soften the hair and open the pores. Better still, wash your face with our Stubble Softener and rinse with warm water. The Stubble Softener will help to weaken the hairs, helping the razor cut easier through them. This is especially useful if your beard is thick and if you tend to get ingrown hairs.
Warm a small bowl in hot water. Warm the brush also in hot water and shake off excess. Place a small amount of our Shaving Cream in the bowl. Then work the brush around on the shaving cream, give it a stab now and again to give a bit of air in the lather. But remember, it is not the amount of air in the shaving lather that matters most, it is the creamy density of our moisturising Shaving Cream that will provide the cushioning. Then spread the warm lather and begin to shave.
The perfect lather should look thick and dense, without small bubbles. Like meringue batter, one could say. If it looks too runny or with too many small bubbles, you may have taken too much water. If it is too little, you may have taken too little cream. It may take you a couple of times to get the right amount of both for you, but it is not rocket science. You will know what to do in no time!
You can also quickly build a rich lather by using your hand as a bowl or by dabbing a suitable amount of cream on the areas to be shaved and massaging it directly onto your face in circular motions with a shaving brush. When you have covered the area you are going to shave, you are ready to use your preferred shaving tool.
You can easily use your fingertips to work up an adequate layer of lather directly on your face, however using a brush produces the optimal lather and helps to lift the stubble, giving you a closer shave and a first-class experience.
The finishing touch
After shaving, rinse off with hot water to remove residue, then cold water to close the pores. Finish with the aftershave product of your choice.