Elysian Soap Pineapple Ambrosia Artisan Shave Soap

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Brand: Elysian Soap

Net Weight 4 Ounces (approximately)

From Elysian Soap:

Premium Quality Men's Shaving Soap with Shea Butter in a minty, cooling, citrusy scent of Shaved Ice.

The goal was to create a shaving soap from the most simple high-quality ingredients that also have tons of creamy, stable lather. We specifically created a well-balanced formula designed for all skin types (Normal, Oily, or Sensitive Skin) with no artificial colors, no Parabens, no Sodium Lauryl Sulfates, or Phthalates. Our soaps are made in small batches with only the finest ingredients.

Used for centuries as a natural skin care product, Grass Fed Tallow is a collagen-rich skin-plumping moisturizer. The fatty acids in Tallow make it extremely compatible with our own skin, and it will not clog your pores. Tallow is naturally vitamin-rich, packed full of vitamins A, D, E, and K, giving your skin all the nutrients it needs to replenish itself. Shea Butter has skin-soothing properties that make it ideal as a shaving soap. High concentrations of fatty acids and vitamins give Shea Butter excellent anti-inflammatory and healing properties for little nicks and razor burns. Coconut Oil reduces wound healing times and also has superior antibacterial, anti-fungal, and antiviral properties to prevent breakouts. Glycerin is a soothing skin softener. Silk and Kaolin Clay give the soap "slip" to help your razor glide, and leave your face feeling moisturized and silky smooth post-shave.

Scent: A dreamy blend of the highest quality essential oils and fragrances. Light and fresh, with notes of Sliced Pineapple, Jasmine Blossoms, Sweet Lime, Young Coconut, earthy Vetiver, and a hint of Mint. The scent of this soap is sweet but not cloying, it is delicate and complex.

Ingredients: Distilled Water, Coconut Oil, Stearic Acid, Grass Fed Beef Tallow, Castor Oil, Shea Butter, Glycerin, Tussah Silk, Kaolin Clay, Essential Oil, and Fragrance.

Made in the USA

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