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    • Artisan, small batch shaving soap from Mickey Lee Soapworks
    • Loaded with tallow, coconut oil, glycerin, shea butter and more for a rich, dense lather
    • Scented with a blend of citrus, oakmoss, and menthol


    Eric and Samantha at Mickey Lee Soapworks have another winner on their hands with their foray into a mentholated shaving soap. These artisan soap makers are listening to their users, creating fabulous tallow soaps, and mixing intriguing scents with clever names. Try Paradise Frost shaving soap and see why they have such a following.

    Their soaps are filled with skin protecting, moisturizing, and soothing ingredients to give you the smoothest, closest shave you can get. Tallow, coconut oil & milk, aloe vera juice, castor oil, glycerin, shea butter, and lanolin whip up into a thick, rich, dense lather to protect you through multiple passes. Just a touch of menthol gives you nice cooling but without the bite of many "face freezers".

    An epic scent with an epic name, Paradise Frost dabbles in "forbidden fruit" (as grapefruit were once called), just as Milton's Paradise Lost deals with the bite of a forbidden apple. This pink grapefruit/citrus note is blended with oakmoss and essentials oil to bring you the tart, slightly floral feel of a citrus spritzer on a summer day. This bright citrus scent is combined with a hint of menthol to cool you down in the heat of the day.

    Embrace the epic, embrace Mickey Lee Soapworks Shaving Soap, Paradise Frost.

    Size: 4 oz.

    Made in the USA

    Ingredients: Stearic Acid, Tallow, Coconut Milk, Aloe Vera Juice, Coconut Oil, Potassium Hydroxide, Kokum Butter, Sodium Hydroxide, Castor Oil, Vegetable Glycerin, Lanolin, Shea Butter, Avocado Oil, Menthol, Fragrance and Essential Oils

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