- Artisan shave soap from Stirling
- Tallow, glycerin, and lanolin create a thick, slick lather
- Scented with pine, fir, cedarwood, and lichen esssentail oils.
Stirling Soap Company began with a vision to bring something that could properly be labeled "soap" back to your grooming routine. No artificially loaded "washes", no chemically based "cleansing bars", just good natural soap. So if you love the back-to-basics nature of wet shaving, you will love this company and its myriad of fantastic soaps! When you're looking for a "walk in the woods" scent, try Stirling Soap Company Shaving Soap, Coniferous.
This is just one artisan soap maker that you have to try. Reviewer Derek said, "This is one of the best soaps on the market- excellent cushion, glide, post shave face feel, and scent. Few products can boast having all of these attributes. A must buy!" They get those wonderful attributes from a wonderful ingredient list. A tallow-based soap, it also contains glycerin and lanolin to provide the slickness and glide that gets rave reviews. They also have the moisturizing trifecta of almond oil, shea butter, and coconut oil. Lathers easily with a brush and bowl.
This aroma is scented with essential oils to bring you the fragrance of a forest floor. It blends Scot Pine, Fir Needle, Texas Cedarwood, and Lichen essential oils to bring you an "evergreen" experience. We can't say it better than Stirling themselves, "This is you taking a stroll through the forest when out of nowhere two trees jump out and pin you to the ground while a third three sits on top of you and beats the stuffing out of you. Then, once he's done, he jams some moss up your nose. Caution: May cause excessive Manliness."
Made in the USA
Ingredients: Beef Tallow, Stearic Acid, Distilled Water, Castor Oil, Potassium Hydroxide, Vegetable Glycerin, Essential Oil, Almond Oil, Shea Butter, Coconut Milk, Lanolin, Sodium Hydroxide, Sodium Lactate
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