The Artisan Soap Shoppe Tallow Shaving Soap, Strafford Station Old 66
- Traditional shaving soap
- Scented with a green aroma of moss, fruit trees, and light citrus
Jenny Peck is the artisan in The Artisan Soap Shoppe out of Springfield, MO. Although she has been making soap with her grandmother since she was a child, sshe got her start with the wet shaving community in 2014. Her husband asked her to make him a shaving soap and after lots of trial-and-error she hit on a recipe that is just right! We think you will agree.
WCS exclusive base, this simple recipe is tallow-based. It whips up a slippery lather for a great shave. It creates a rich, thick, and creamy lather that will protect and moisturize your skin. You get 6oz of soap in an 8oz black, screwtop tub for easy loading. This soap loads quickly and producing a great lather in a matter of moments.
How's this for nostalgia. . . '64 Mustang, Route 66, spring air blowing through your full head of hair. Strafford Station Old 66 evokes the experience of cruising with the top down along a two lane cross-country highway. Every year, Strafford, MO residents hold a festival in honor of iconic Route 66. This scent pays homage to the Ozark section of the road with notes of light citrus, fruit groves, and green moss.
Size: 6oz of soap
Made in the USA
Ingredients: Tallow, Coconut Oil, Stearic Acid, Potassium Hydroxide, Glycerin, Sodium Hydroxide, Sodium Lactate, Fragrance