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Barrister and Mann Reserve Shaving Soap, Fern

4 reviews
  • A handcrafted, tallow-based shaving soap
  • Loaded with tallow, glycerin, and coconut oil
  • Scented with "green" fern-like aroma

Barrister and Mann is an artisan soap maker making waves with their fascinating scents and fabulous lather. Like many who got their start in soap making, this artisan wanted to battle sensitive skin and run-of-the-mill scents. Will did that in spades. His tallow-soap is a dream come true. Try Barrister and Mann Reserve Shaving Soap, Fern.

This grooming requisite is tallow-based to give you that amazing lather and protection. Loaded with amazing ingredients to give you an incredibly creamy, dense lather with slickness to write home about. It works great in hard water as well as soft. The soap is poured hot into the almost 4 inch diameter jar so loading your brush is easy. Reviewer, Jason said, "Barrister and MannŠ—Ès soap bases are the great white sharks of the artisan soap sea, they simply have no competition. This new, lanolin-free base improves on previous offerings (white label, black label, latha and glissant) and continues to push the envelop for performance and protection. This is probably the most effortless soap to load and lather in the B&M line."

But with everything that Barrister and Mann does well, their scents are still at the top of the list. They have resurrected some vintage scents in this Reserve line that will make you feel like a million bucks. Reserve: Fern is a take the classic "green" fresh aromas. Not woody or musky, this is a bright green scent for a freshness that you can take with you.

Size: 4oz.

Made in the USA

Ingredients: Potassium Stearate, Glycerin, Aqua, Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, Potassium Tallowate, Potassium Safflowerate, Cocos nucifera (Coconut) Milk, Sodium Stearate, Ricinus communis (Castor) Seed Oil, Sucrose Cocoate, Sodium Lactate, Fragrance Tocopherol Acetate, Trisodium Ethylenediamine Disuccinate, Sodium Tallowate, Sodium Safflowerate, Linalool, D-Limonene, Citronellol, Geraniol, Coumarin, Cinnamic Alcohol (Cinnamyl Alcohol), Benzyl Salicylate, Benzyl Alcohol

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Stephan E.
United States United States
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One of my favorite soaps. Smells green and fresh.

This has been my first soap when I started wet shaving. I always enjoy going back to it when I am looking for a fresh, green, clean scent. I have not yet tried the aftershave but I will. Performance of the soap including post shave feel is top notch. Lather is like joghurt if you dial it in correctly. Highly recommended.

United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates
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Great soap!

Excellent soap. Scent is decent. Recommended.!

Kristina G.
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Great product

Great product

Paul R.
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Very nice organic scent, great lather and slickness

Great soap overall. This is comparable to the other soaps in the B&M Reserve line I've tried in cushion, slickness, and overall ease of lathering. All great. *First impressions /on* It kind of doesn't bare saying that it lathers easily and is an overall great soap. A great thing about it is that it's a B&M soap that smells very similar to Musgo Real except that, even in directly comparing side by side, there are some differences I can't really describe. B&M Fern smells a little more grassy? I can't put my finger on it. Regardless, the scent of the lather overall is a bit less powerful than Musgo. The lather a seems slicker and from what I've been able to tell, correspondingly, it's got a little less body/cushion but still more than enough. *First impressions /off* It's interesting to compare this to Petrichor.