Natural Vegetable Plant Based Ingredients
All ingredients are from sustainable sources.
Glycerin, Coconut Oil, Sodium Hydroxide (Saponifying Agent), Purified Water (Aqua), Palm Oil (from sustainable sources), Safflower Oil, Sorbitol (Moisturizer), Shea Butter, Soy Milk, Sweet Almond Oil, Titanium Dioxide, Vitamin E, Sandalwood
Ingredients Used in Our Shaving Soap VS. Over-The-Counter Brands
Do you hate shaving because your skin feels irritated after every shave?
You see, for many years, we’ve transitioned from using classic wet shaving products to unnatural shaving creams, gels, and soaps, which are full of harsh toxins and chemicals that leave our skin with irritations and razor burns.
We at Men’s Soap Company decided it’s time to help bring back classic shaving by providing exceptional, high-quality shaving products. Let's go back to our grandfather's way of shaving by using straight and double edge safety razors, natural shaving soaps, and a shaving brush.
There are many shaving soaps in the market, but if you want a great premium soap made from high-quality natural ingredients that will leave your skin smooth and moisturized after every shave then you must try our Sandalwood Shaving Soap.
Products we recommend using with our soap:
- Quality Synthetic or Horse Hair Shaving Brush
- Merkur Chrome Long Handled Safety Razor or Merkur Heavy Duty Double Edge Razor 34C
- Edwin Jagger Porcelain Shaving Soap Bowl
What's the difference between shaving soap vs cream?
Shaving cream can create a quicker thicker lather due to it being foamy, however, shaving soaps add a better layer of protection while shaving. Shaving soap tends to have less fragrance, which is an added benefit if you have sensitive skin.
Which Shaving brush works best?
Shaving brushes can be made from synthetic, horse, boar, or badger hair. To get the best lather and shave that won't be affected by hard water, a synthetic shaving brush is best. You may choose horse hair as an alternative, as cutting a horse mane and tail is part of their regular grooming, which does not harm the horse. We do not recommend boar or badger hair because their hair is harvested by killing.