Wholly Kaw Shaving Soap, Fern Concerto Menthol
- Handcrafted shaving soap
- NO parabens, chemical sulfates, or dyes
- Scented with a citrus top note and a complex blend of florals, spice, and musk
Perhaps no other shaving soap maker today has put more thought and testing into their soaps than Wholly Kaw. Natural, environmentally conscious, exceptional lather, fantastic scents have been developed through meticulous effort and extensive peer review.
Their soaps make a conscious effort to eliminate any parabens, chemical sulfates, and dyes. Instead, high-quality ingredients like kokum butter, shea butter, cocoa butter are used to nourish your skin. (Their tallow version doesn't contain coconut oil). Synthetic options are only used in cases where the organic choice is banned or harmful. And this newest tallow formulation includes donkey milk. Long known for its skin-nourishing properties, donkey milk has been used for centuries. Components in this milk are compatible with human skin to aid in moisture absorption, protection from free radical production, and nourishment. So what does this mean for the performance of this product? The reviews speak for themselves: "Dear Lord. . . this is quite a treat!" You get a cushiony, protective lather with incredible glide and consistency. It is a soft soap that can be pressed into a favorite mug or bowl for use or lathered right in the ample tub.
This symphony of scents is Wholly Kaw's Fern Concerto. Top notes of bergamot, lemon, and basil are blended with a heart of jasmine, patchouli with carnation, coriander, orris root and sandalwood. Rounding out the scent are notes of oakmoss, amber, and musk.
Size: 4oz of soap (in a 6oz tub)
Made in the USA
Tallow Ingredients: Potassium Stearate, Sodium Stearate, Aqua, Donkey Milk, Glycerin, Potassium Tallowate, Sodium Tallowate, Potassium Ricinoleate, Sodium Ricinoleate, Potassium Shea Butterate, Sodium Shea Butterate, Garcinia Indica (Kokum) Butter, Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Butter, Linoleic Acid, Linolenic Acid, Humulus Lupulus (Hops) Extract, Lanolin