Herc Soap Co. Shave Soap- Stealth
In December of 1964, an aircraft unlike anything the world has seen took its first flight. And to carry out its mission, it wouldn’t be seen.
The SR-71 “Blackbird” looks sleek and dangerous at the same time. At first glance, it’s hard to believe it was an unarmed system. It represented a new way of doing things and a new attitude: being noticed, but remaining a mystery.
The Blackbird inspired this scent when Herc Soaps were trying to develop a cologne type fragrance that was unique to anything that had ever been done. In that process, they brought back elements and notes they've used before, but layered them and manipulated them in new ways, with new notes.
Juniper Berries head up an ensemble of Bergamot, cool Amber, and Patchouli, while Jasmine and soft Sandalwood bring up the rear on a slower inhale.
Ingredients: stearic acid, distilled water, coconut oil, shea butter, potassium hydroxide, glycerin, sodium hydroxide, castor oil, fragrance oil, essential oil, mica powder
The Herc Soap company has so many unique scents inspired by the men and women that have served in the armed forces both past and present.
The C-130 Hercules or "Herc" is not just a name. Dakoda Baker was stationed at Little Rock Air Force Base in 2013, realizing his dream job of being an aircraft mechanic on C-130’s. In 2015 he met the love of his life and eventually married her. Shelby Baker grew up in the area of the Air Force base and has watched C-130’s fly overhead her entire life.