- Shaving soap
- Triple milled, lathering soap for shaving
- Scented with a barbershop aroma
You might have heard of a working vacation, but what about a vacation that launches a business? That's what happened when Joseph Abbatangelo and his uncle Michael Iuorio undertook a journey to Italy to hunt down alum sticks for Joseph's father-in-law. That discovery led to a revolutionary introduction to the joys of wet shaving. The hobby-turned-passion-turned-business is RazoRock. They are providing Italian style grooming requisites to rabid wet-shavers around the world. Try out RazoRock What the Puck Shaving Soap, Blue Barbershop.
This soap is triple-milled so that it produces a hard soap with wonderful lathering capabilities. With shea butter and lanolin you have all you need for a moisturizing, lathering monster. It is produced by a small, family run business in northern Italy. Since triple milled is a bit of a lost art, it is worth noting that there is a learning curve to creating a lather on this grooming requisite. About 45-60 second of loading, followed by a minute or two of creating the lather (adding droplets of water as needed) will produce a nice yogurt-like consistency.
The soap is scented with a barbershop aroma reminiscent of discontinued Blue Floid. Notes of bergamot, lemon, lavender, and baby powder will evoke memories of stepping out of your fatherŠ—Ès (or grandfatherŠ—Ès) favorite barbershop. It is packaged in a black, screw-top tub.
Size: 100g (3.5oz)
Made in Italy
Ingredients: Potassium Palmate, Sodium Palmate, Potassium Stearate, Potassium Palm Kernelate, Sodium Stearate, Potassium Cocoate, Sodium Palm Kernelate, Glycerin, Aqua, Parfum (Fragrance), Palm Kernel Acid, Glyceryl Caprylate Caprate, Butyrospermum Parkii Butter, Lanolin, Pentasodium Pentatate, Tetrasodium Etidronate, Alpha Isomethylilonon, Benyzl Salicylate, Coumarin, Limonene, Linalool
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