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Master Soap Creations Shaving Soap, Cherry Freeze

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  • Traditional, lathering shaving soap
  • Tallow-based
  • Scented with cherry and menthol

Fernando Saraiva is turning out note-worthy soaps and splashes. His Master Soap Creations are handcrafted in South Africa and are turning heads around the world.

This soap is a tallow dream with a thick, protective lather that is easy to dial in. It is also long-lasting and leaves your face smooth and hydrated. The addition of shea butter, glycerin, avocado oil, & bentonite clay make for a phenomenal performance.

The aroma of this soap is a cherry dream. If you love the sweet, fruity smell of cherry, you will love this scent. But in addition you get a nice kick of menthol. This won’t freeze your face off, but you will definitely know it is there with its middle of the road mentho-lation.

Size: 170g/6oz approx.

Ingredients: stearic acid, shea butter, potassium hydroxide, purified aqua, vegetable glycerine, avocado oil, bentonite clay, sodium hydroxide, pure essential oils, fragrance oils, tallow.

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Excellent. This soap is superb from lathering to application. It protects and leaves your face feeling reinvigorated. Makes shaving a pleasure. Master Soap Creations is really the best for your money with quality ingredients to make your shave comfortable, smooth & refreshing.

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