Shaving will never be the same again once you start prepping your face with our Stubble Softener before each shave. It cleanses, penetrates into the roots of your stubble, and softens each hair ensuring that the skin is ready for a closer shave.
Warm your face with lukewarm water. Lather up the soap and massage the lather onto your face. The longer you do it, the softer the hair will get. Rinse off with lukewarm water, to keep the skin warm and open the pores in preparation for the shave.
The Stubble Softener has no added fragrance. You can use it generously and it will not interfere with the fragrance of your favorite shaving soap or shaving cream.
Read this post if you want to know more about its benefits and properties.
To make Stubble Softener last longer, don’t leave it in a sad puddle of water. Place it on one of our Shaving Soap Dishes and store it dry between uses.
75g / 2.65 oz. – Vegan Product
Ingredients (INCI): Aqua, Sodium Shea Butterate, Sodium Cocoate, Sodium Olivate, Glycerin, Sodium Jojobate, Sodium Cocoa Butterate, Butyrospermum Parkii Butter, Cocos Nucifera Oil, Olea Europaea Fruit Oil, Montmorillonite, Simmondsia Chinensis Seed Oil, Theobroma Cacao Seed Butter.
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.
Do not let your wife know about its deep cleansing and moisturising properties, she will be constantly stealing it for her own face as a facial cleanser. So stick to the name stubble softener if you want to keep it for yourself.
Customers often give us feedback on the different ways they use our products. We thought important to share some of them with you:
– One of our customers has found out that he does not want to rinse off the product. Instead, he leaves it on the face to do its work while lathering up the Shaving Soap. Then he applies the lather directly on top. He thinks it contributes to a more generous lather.
– Another customer has noted the exact time that it takes for it to soften his stubble. He has tested leaving the product on the skin for up to 10 minutes and has found out that 4 minutes is how long it needs to do the job. This time will naturally vary according to your type of hair, but we think this was an interesting way to conduct the experiment to find out what works best for you.