- Artisan shaving soap
- Bison tallow & lanolin, exceptionally slick
- Scented with bergamot & sandalwood
Declaration Grooming is the sweat and toil of Scott & Saradawn Stewart. Formerly L&L Grooming and Declaration Brushworks, the new moniker doesn't change the years of hard work and dedication these artisans have put into developing their business. From recipe formulation, web design, product crafting, marketing, and the myriad others task, they take their job seriously. From their homebase in Morenci, Michigan, this couple is turning out amazing grooming products.
This premium shaving soap (or croap, very soft soap) is loaded with amazing, hydrating, protective ingredients. It has a bison tallow base and lanolin for slickness and glide. Then butters, oils, and bentonite clay whip up the perfect, moisturizing lather that leaves a note-worthy post shave feel. Reviewer Will said, "This is an excellent soap. Since I picked it up it has become my favorite. The scent is perfectly understated and classic. Bowl lather develops over about 45 seconds. The scent appears with lather development which I think is really cool. Sniffing the puck doesn’t do it justice."
And speaking of scent. This one takes you back. . . to the first scent Scott made. Original is blend of classic sandalwood and bergamot. Simple, clean, dignified. Scott says, “I drew my inspiration from the dignified Captain Jean-Luc Picard.” The fragrance combines bright citrus but mellow sandalwood; it’s there but not in-your-face. Simple, distinguished, gentlemanly.
Made in the USA
Ingredients: Stearic Acid, Water, Potassium Hydroxide, Avocado Oil, Vegetable Glycerin, Bison Tallow, Mango Seed Butter, Castor Oil, Fragrance, Sodium Hydroxide, Lanolin, Bentonite Clay, Hippophae Rhamnoides (Sea Buckthorn) Fruit Extract, Salix Alba L. (White Willow) Bark Extract, Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Seed Extract, Phenoxyethanol, Caprylyl Glycol, Sorbic Acid
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