For a clean, soothing shave


Shaving Cream

For a clean, soothing shave

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Whether you're the clean shaven type or prefer things rough and ready, your skin is in safe hands with oat milk and a tincture of benzoin. For irresistibly smooth skin, wear shea butter and oat milk protection while you shave, allowing enigmatic sandalwood and lavender to treat the senses to a forbidden romp in the woodlands. Lashings of thick shea butter and creamy oat milk come together to soothe the complexion, while honey, a natural humectant, helps your skin attract and retain moisture. Sweep a generous layer over wet skin or beards and shave as desired, remembering to rinse the blade frequently under warm water.


About 7 months ago

I have been using Dirty for a few years now and it is the best thing it is the best shaving cream I have ever used. It has a wonderful, fresh scent and is easy to apply and shave with. As some reviewers have noted, the blades of the razor do clog up a fair bit but if you sluice...

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Moisturising and emollient
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About 7 years ago

My boyfriend used this and said he couldn't feel his skin breathe. As if a mask was trapping him. The reason why this is for sensitive skin is because you can barely get the blade to glide on your face. Useless product.

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About 2 months ago

Leaves skin very smoothe after shaving. Love it!


3 weeks ago


About 3 weeks ago

I was excited to test out a clearly generous gift from Father Christmas. Sadly this more or less set Christmas off on the wrong foot. It's not a soap or traditional shaving cream that will budge with water - it's a moisturiser that clogs your razor with every pass. You'll need a shower afterwards with plenty of soap to clear any errant cream that's made it to your hair. You'll have to thoroughly clean your razor with soap to de-grease it. The clogged razor, despite being a new blade, will nick and once you've had that shower you'll discover a shave that certainly wouldn't pass muster.

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