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    • Unique shaving soap from Tabula Rasa
    • Great for those with sensitive, allergy-prone skin
    • Scented with Olibanum (Frankincense)


    When Tabula Rasa fans start describing these soaps, they make it sound like a transcendental experience: unique, smooth, rich, softening. And the Olibanum scent just adds to the mystic. German soap makers, Eric Kormann & Xenia Trost, have produced a soap that is taking the shaving world by storm.

    The first unique characteristic of these shaving must-haves is the texture, not quite cream, not quite soap. They are somewhere in-between, like a soft soap or a putty. Some say that lathering is tricky at first but other claim it whips up quickly; regardless, they all say the exceptional shave is worth it. Infused with mango butter and argan oil, it is moisturizing and protecting. The lather created provides a smooth glide for multiple passes of the blade. And your post-shave skin is left smooth, protected, moisturized, and scented.

    Another unique quality is the focus on creating a formula for those with delicate skin, so they don't have to miss the wet shave experience. Tabula Rasa contains a Swiss-made proprietary ingredient called Stimu-tex which makes this outstanding for those with sensitive skin or allergies.

    Lastly, the unique scent will have you clamoring for more. Olibanum (Frankincense) adds to the spirtual experience of this shave. If you recall old Sunday school lessons, you remember the gifts given to the Christ child by the wise men: gold, frankincense, myrrh. Incense has been used for centuries in perfumes and religious rituals. Smokey, woody, complex and unforgettable, it will take your shave to a new level.

    Size: 90g

    Made in Germany

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