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 1 year ago

This shaving creme is simply lush. Creamy and kind on the face it makes shaving a real pleasure. I have sensitive skin which is easily irritated and can become quite sore after shaving, but with dirty my skin is soft and smooth after every shave even when the blade is less sharp than it should be. It is without doubt...

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*occurs naturally in essential oils.

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About 6 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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Peipei Lynn

About 3 months ago

I gave my boyfriend as a present and he love the product and the scent is amazing. Love it!


3 months ago


About 3 months ago

The smell is fine, the glide is good, but this clogs up my razor to the point that even after I sluice it in the water it doesn't come out. It really sticks to the razor, clogging it which makes the blades unable to even cut my hairs. Having to go over areas a few times is frustrating. I much preferred d'fluff when I used it

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