- Shaving Soap
- With Duck Fat base
- Scented with a masculine aroma of grapefruit, coriander, cedar, ginger, labdanum, patchouli, vetiver, & tobacco
West Coast Shaving is pleased to carry this amazing line of shaving soaps, balms, and splashes with a wide variety of scents – right from the heartland of the USA. Vida Perez-Velazquez is the founder (and hands) of the handmade, small batch grooming requisites coming out of Oleo. Like many in the wet shaving world, Vida was inspired to try her hand at soap-making because of persistent skin issues that were only exacerbated by commercial soaps and moisturizers. In addition to a fabulous performance, her products have a plethora of scents!
But the performance is top-notch. The Canard base shaving soap is a duck fat grooming requisite. And boy, does it deliver. Loaded with skin nourishing kokum butter, palm oil, castor oil, jojoba oil (hence the name Oleo - oil), this soap is slick and protective. The duck fat too gives it a dense, rich lather. It is a thirsty soap, so don't be afraid of a little water. This hot process soap is poured into a low profile, wide mouth container for easy brush loading.
Rush Street in Chicago (named after Benjamin Rush, signer of the Declaration of Independence) is a little less than a mile long but has boasted some of the cities wealthiest neighborhoods and most vibrant nightlife during its storied history. So an aroma to match must exude a spicy, warm masculinity. This scent nails it. Notes of grapefruit, coriander, cedar, ginger, labdanum, patchouli, vetiver, and tobacco offer a complex fragrance.
Made in the USA
Ingredients: Stearic Acid, Water, Kokum Butter, Potassium Hydroxide, Palm Kernel Oil, Duck Fat, Sodium Hydroxide, Castor Oil, Glycerin, Jojoba Oil & Sodium Lactate
***Above you will find a picture of a lather created with the Oleo Soapworks Canard Shaving Soap, Caribbean Dream which has the same base note as the shaving soap shown on this page.
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