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Hub City Soap Company Shaving Soap, Morning Hike

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Original price $18.99
Current price $15.19
  • Tallow-based shaving soap
  • Scented with calming lavender, sage, citrus, oakmoss, and more
  • Also available in a matching aftershave splash

Check out high quality, fabulously priced, artisan-crafted grooming products from Hub City. David and Molly have worked closely with the wet shaving community to create products that traditional shavers want.

Dubbed Raiders base, this recipe is a tallow-based shaving soap that whips up a rich, dense lather. In addition to beef tallow, it boasts shea butter, goat’s milk, and pig lard that all contribute to a phenomenal whip - protective, slick, with a wonderful post-shave face feel.

Rise and shine. . . and hit the trail. If your idea of a good time involves the crack of dawn, a trailhead, and cool morning air, then you will love this scent. It is a lavender centered scent, with its calming, natural aroma, but it is helped along by sage, grapefruit, orange with a base of oakmoss, tonka, and amber.

Size: 4oz

Ingredients: Water, Stearic Acid, Beef Tallow, Cocoa Butter, Shea Butter, Goat Milk, Pig Lard (Manteca), Castor Oil, Potassium Hydroxide, Glycerin, Avocado Oil, Lanolin, Sodium Hydroxide, Fragrance, and Vitamin E.

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Hayden S.
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Pleasant smell with fantastic performance

Hub City soaps has become one of my favorite soaps in terms of performance. Great hydrating lather that produced a slick satisfying shave with great post shave hydration. The scent is not what a morning hike in Texas would smell like to me, at least in East Texas, but nevertheless it was still pleasant and crisp. It almost has an apple like crisp smell to it and would be great for the spring and summer months.