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    • Artisan, small batch shaving soap from Soapy Bathman
    • Tallow-based with glycerin, lanolin, & coconut oil for a rich, gliding lather
    • Scented with lime essential oil for a citrus pick-me-up (or take-me-away)


    If you are looking for a shave soap to transport you to a tropical paradise, . . . well, I don't know of a grooming company that has perfected the art of instantaneous matter transport, but they are creating scents that are the next best thing to being there. Take Soapy Bathman Shaving Soap, Tropical Lime for example. Just close your eyes, take a whiff, and image the sand under your toes.

    This soap may not be able to take you to your desired location, but it lathers like a dream. Filled with glycerin, coconut oil, lanolin, and tallow the ingredients list reads like a recipe for perfection. The hard puck produces a rich, thick lather, great for reducing drag and preventing irritation and redness. All those moisturizing ingredients also contribute to an exceptional post-shave face feel.

    While you are reveling in the luxurious lather, you can also be refreshed by the crisp, citrus scent of lime essential oil. Like a beer commercial, you can feel like you are relaxing on a white sand beach, waves lapping at your toes, and a lime wedged into a long-neck bottle at your fingertips.

    "Beam me up, Scotty" with Soapy Bathman Shaving Soap, Tropical Lime.

    Size: 8oz.

    Made in the Canada

    Ingredients: Glycerin, Sodium Stearate, Aqua, Sodium Castorate, Sodium Tallowate, Sodium Lactate, Sodium Cocoate, Lanolin Cera,Bentonite, Potassium Stearate, Potassium Castorate, Potassium Tallowate, Potassium Cocoate, Sucrose, Lac, Citrus Aurantifolia (Lime) Oil

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