Henri et Victoria Triple Milled Tallow Shaving Soap- Duc de Santal
Handmade in small batches with the best ingredients. Henri et Victoria's triple milled soap has been processed, refined and aged until cured to perfection. The soap is almost waterless, dense, easy to load and lather.
Described as a warm,comforting,gentle cologne scent. This shaving soap has a musky, dry woody complex with soothing Sandalwood and spicy nutmeg, oregano, clove, and coriander oil. A top note accord with intoxicating herbs of basil, fennel and sage oils. And a final touch of lemon citrus, tree moss and exotic patchouli oil. If you love earthy scents or you're drawn to finer cologne, you won't want to miss trying this scent from Henri et Victoria.
Henri et Victoria created this scent inspired by nobility, and a sense of good taste.
A thick and dense lather will greet you in abundance. Extremely easy to lather up, the denseness will help protect your skin by cushioning when applying the blade. The lather also contains a humectant such as glycerine to prevent the soap from drying your skin.
A shaving soap is perfect to minimize the exposure to preservatives. While not all products can be made without a preservative, shaving soap is our preferred form compared to shaving cream or other products containing water.
Henri et Victoria was started by Claude Pilon in 2014. Named after his children, this company has grown a loyal following of wet shaving enthusiasts. How did this all begin? Claude received artisanal soap for his wedding anniversary. He was then inspired to create his own. His products have incredible scent profiles and wet shavers all over Canada are always eager to try his latest soaps. A biochemist and lawyer by training, Claude has a true passion for making these soaps and balms. His company gives back to his community through various charities.
Ingredients: potassium stearate, potassium talloate, potassium cocoate, water, glycerine, potassium ricenoalete, shea butter, lanolin, parfum.
114g - 4oz
Made In Canada
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