Use with a traditional bristled shaving brush to create an incredibly creamy lather and apply. This recipe was formulated with a base of Olive oil, Coconut oil and Shea butter to moisturise and leave the skin feeling naturally soft. Some French green clay was also added in this soap for its clarifying properties, as it helps to draw out toxins from the pores.
Lavender essential oil is renowned for its healing properties and benefits for sensitive skin, it works to calm and sooth irritated areas whilst also aiding healing. Cedarwood works similarly for dry, itchy or irritated patches, restoring our skins natural balance.
This shaving soap is a great present for anyone with an interest in natural skin care or with a more sensitive skin.
All Wild Sage + Co soaps are made with 100% natural, Vegan ingredients and lovingly crafted at their cottage in the Herefordshire countryside.
Wild Sage + Co uses the cold process method when making all their soaps and also a process called super-fatting. Doing this allows them to keep the free oils and the naturally occurring glycerine. This is what makes them so exceptionally moisturising.
Product size: 150ml
No Palm Oil
No Parabens or Fragrances
Wild Sage + Co Lavender + Cedarwood Shaving Soap
The first thing you need to do, is soak your shaving brush in warm water for 30 seconds. You can put it in a container of warm water (like a mug or) or fill your sink with warm water and soak the brush in that.
Soften the soap by puting a little warm water (say, a tablespoon’s worth) on the surface of the shaving soap and let it soak for 10 or 15 minutes.
Pour off the excess water. Lots of people will put the warm water on the soap just before entering the shower.
Squeeze the excess water out of your shaving brush. If you have too much water in the brush, it’ll make for thin, frothy, lather. Not enough water and it will be hard to develop lather at all.
How wet the brush should be will vary by what brush you’re using. Load the brush, you do this by gently swirling the brush around on the surface of the soap for a minute or two — until you notice a good creamy lather start to form. You alternate the swirl direction (between clockwise and counter-clockwise) every few moments to help work the lather into the brush’s bristles.
Paint your wet face with the lather using the shaving brush. You can use back-and-forth strokes, up-and-down strokes, swirly strokes, or a combination.
Cocos Nucifera (Coconut Oil)
Olea europaea (Olive Oil)
Ricinus Communis (Castor Oil)
Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower Oil)
Butyrospermum parkii (Shea Butter)
Green Ultra Ventilated Argiletz French Clay
Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender Essential Oil)
Cedrus Atlantica (Cedarwood) Oil
(*Naturally occurring in Essential Oils)