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Cedar Leather Shaving Soap Bar


Cedar Leather is a proprietary fragrance blend designed to match our OXFORD scent that is found in many of our Beard Care products. Cedar wood, Tanned Leather and notes of spices make up this new classic.

Our Shaving Soap puck is designed to fit most shaving mugs. Just unwrap and plop into your favorite mug. Whip up a creamy lather that will help get your whiskers to stand up as it keeps your skin soft; letting your razor glide easily to get a super close shave. You will love how this natural soap makes you feel! An all new formula that is pH balanced for skin, contains no irritants and is naturally moisturizing. All while supplying substantial amounts of thick creamy lather.

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What is old is new again… and often better. Shaving soap pucks have been around for decades and well relied upon by generations of men to get a clean, close shave with less mess.

Our shaving lather has been consistently popular and we are now updating our shaving line with a new look, better packaging and refined formulas. This shaving soap puck produces soft voluminous lather. Use alone or as a top coat over our Shaving Oil to get an even closer shave. Gentle vegan friendly soap with no sulfates


112 g – 4 ounce – 3″ round bar.

For use with a standard/traditional shaving lather brush.

This 3 inch diameter puck will fit most shaving soap mugs. Some trimming of edges may be necessary for an exact fit. As mugs have been made in varying sizes over the years, there are means to remelt this soap to fit into any mug or cup.

Follow the instructions for your preferred brush.

INGREDIENTS: Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, Propylene Glycol, Glyceryl Stearate, Aqua, Glycerin, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Fruit Butter, Fragrance, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Powder, Tocopherol


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Weight 3.5 oz
Dimensions 3 × 3 × 0.75 in
Scent / Fragrance

Cedar Leather, Oxford