- Artisan shaving soap from Barrister & Mann
- Loaded with argan oil and shea butter to whip up a dense, creamy, slick lather
- Scented with a unique Sandalwood aroma: black currant, sandalwood, and amber
Has your shave gotten - gasp - boring? Say it isn't so! Will Carius, founder of Barrister & Mann, is committed to the belief that "your shaves should never be boring". So, with his exceptional tallow-based formula and creative scents, this artisan soapmaker is making sure that you have unique, creative choices when you pick up your brush and blade. And at a price that won't break the bank. Check out his Latha line of soaps and Barrister & Mann Latha Shaving Soap, Sandalwood.
This tallow-based formula is lanolin-free and great for sensitive skin. It is loaded with argan oil and shea butter as the "superfats" that enhance the slickness of the lather and provide moisturizing benefits. Sodium Citrate protects the lather from hard water and helps whip up a dense, creamy, slick lubricant.
The Latha line was designed with the price conscious in mind. As more and more people turn to wet shaving, Barrister & Mann was committed to helping those with a limited budget. Originally offered in only one barbershop scent, you can now enjoy the goodness of a great "latha" with a sandalwood scent. But not just any sandalwood! Since they never want you to be bored, you can be sure that the unique scents coming from Barrister & Mann are never run-of-the-mill. Notes of black currant and amber are blended with the sandalwood for a fruity, sexy scent.
Bored? Bite your tongue! Barrister & Mann Latha Shaving Soap, Sandalwood.
Size: 4oz (hot-filled tub)
Made in the USA
Ingredients: Aqua, Potassium Stearate, Sodium Stearate, Potassium Tallowate, Sodium Tallowate, Glycerin, Potassium Cocoate, Sodium Cocoate, Fragrance, Argania spinosa (Argan) Oil, Butyrospermum parkii (Shea) Butter, Sodium Citrate, Sodium Lactate, Tocopherol Acetate
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