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    • Shaving cream from Taylor of Old Bond Street
    • Loaded with natural, organic ingredients: aloe vera, jojoba oil, vitamin E
    • Fragrance, paraben, preservative free


    If you've been wet-shaving for even a moment, you've probably heard of Taylor of Old Bond Street. TOBS, as it is affectionally called, it a classic, iconic, traditional shaving brand. Established in Victorian England in the 1850s, it has stood for quality, elegance, and class since then. They consistently provide exceptional products. And this newest offering also has a modern sensibility: Taylor of Old Bond Street Shaving Cream Bowl, Organic.

    Like all their other shaving cream this one produces a rich, slick, lather to soften your facial hair and lubricate your face during a shave. And now it is not just kind to your face but also to the environment. This pure cream is made from 95% natural raw materials. It contains aloe vera, jojoba, and vitamin E to moisturize, protect, and nourish your skin. It is fragrance, paraben, and preservative free, and is ideal for those with skin sensitivities.

    One reviewer said, "My priority was to find an organic cream, so my "values" override potential performance advantages of standard, synthetic ingredient products. However, I have found no downsides to this organic cream, and have no need to regard it as a "compromise"."

    Have your cake and eat it, too. Values and performance = Taylor of Old Bond Street Shaving Cream Bowl, Organic.

    Size: 150g

    Made in England

    Ingredients: Aqua, Stearic Acid, Myristic Acid, Potassium Hydroxide, Coconut Acid, Glycerin (Organic), Allantoin, Triethanolamine, Sodium Hydroxide, Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Oil, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Vitamin E

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