Pereira's Shaving Cream
Pereira's Shaving Cream
Pereira's Shaving Cream
Pereira's Shaving Cream

Pereira's Shaving Cream

Regular price $48.00 Sale price $45.00

Though labelled as a Shaving Cream- this is truly a shave soap.

Pereira Shavery brings forth its premium shaving soap with Activated Charcoal. Whether you rule the boardroom or wrestle rough seas for a living, Pereira Shaving Cream with Activated Charcoal will keep you looking and feeling your absolute best, all day long.  Aquatic and soft floral scents greet the wet shaver.  Not overpowering. 

With Activated Charcoal at its core, their unique formula not only gives you a smooth and effortless shave every single time but also keeps your skin at its healthiest by effectively removing toxins, fighting acne and exfoliating your skin. Plus it improves your complexion.

Pereira Shaving Cream guarantees a thick, velvety lather that softens your beard and hydrates your skin, giving you a smooth, frictionless shave. ALWAYS. Pereira Shaving Cream carries a refreshing scent, leaving you not just looking good but smelling great all day long.

You can rest assured that Pereira Shaving Soap is made according to the highest European and American standards. Their products are not tested on animals, do not contain animal fat and are made with ingredients of the highest caliber with no known side effects.

Pereira Shavery carries a time-tested family tradition of cream making of the highest order that started in the 19h century with Dr. Jonathan Pereira, an accomplished chemist very well known throughout London and Europe.

They took that age-old recipe and modernized it without losing the science behind it and its original essence.  Incorporated with activated charcoal, this shaving soap has detoxifying, cleansing, exfoliating, and clarifying properties that leave your skin feeling soft and supple, without the dryness of regular shaving soaps.

Activated charcoal also minimizes acne by exfoliating and drawing out dirt and oil which can clog pores and cause breakouts.

Pereira Shavery packaging is a throwback to the good times of the past. The soaps come in traditionally old world, soap dishes.  

Their aim is to bring back the old-world charm of a proper shave; a moment where nothing interferes with your shave, leaving you refreshed after just a few minutes of our luxurious shaving experience.  


It comes in a ceramic container, crafted in Coimbra, a traditional Portuguese town known for its ceramics.


Charcoal Powder, Tetrasodium EDTA, Tetrasodium Etidronate,Laureth Sulfate, Glycerin, Sorbitol, Sodium Cocoate, Sodium Aqua (Water), Propylene Glycol, Sodium Stearate, Sodium Xylenesulfonate, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Stearic Acid, Kaolin,Benzyl salicylate, Coumarin, Citronellol, Linalool, Butylphenyl Parfum (Fragrance), Lanolin, Ricinus Communis (Castor) Seed Oil, Methylpropional, Hexyl Cinnamal, CI 77891 (titanium dioxide)
110 grams
Made in Portugal

About Pereira Shavery

Jonathan Pereira FRS (22 May 1804, London – 20 January 1853) was a pharmacologist, author of the Elements of Materia Medica, a standard work.

Pereira graduated as apothecary in 1823 after studying at the Aldersgate General Dispensary and St Bartholomew’s Hospital. In 1826 he became lecturer on chemistry at the Royal College of Surgeons and in 1832 he was an established physician in London, being appointed professor of materia medica and lecturer in chemistry at the Aldersgate Medical School. In 1839 he became professor and lecturer at the London Hospital, where he received the position of assistant physician in 1841. Jonathan Pereira delivered the introductory lectures on Materia Medica in 1842 at the Pharmaceutical Society and one year later he was appointed as Professor of Materia Medica by this institution, examining the subject in the School of Pharmacy of the University of London.

His subject area was the forerunner of pharmacology and he published a series of research papers on plant drugs. Pereira later resigned in 1852, the result of a dispute between the Council of the Pharmaceutical Society following the illegal publications of his lecture material. After this incident another teacher in material medica was not appointed, instead Robert Bentley, who was professor of botany at the time, was asked to combine the lectures with his
botany lectures.

His interest in the area of crude drugs began when he realised that little was known about those imported into Britain. After years of research he acquired an extensive knowledge of the history of origin, morphology and histology of crude drugs where he was later appointed professor of material medica at
the London Hospital. His book on Materia Medica was the first great English work on Pharmacology and he was foremost in putting the knowledge and use of drugs on a scientific footing. 

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