Another Close Shave Gel

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In the old days, "scrape" was the slang term for shave, and for good reason. Shaving takes a toll on your skin. Give your face a break with this simple, wholesome gel. It's slick as hell and makes a long-lasting lather: just the safeguard you need between you and your razor. It's concentrated, so a little bit goes a long way. And the essential oils in this formula combine to make this shave gel smell like the great outdoors.

This all-natural men's shaving gel is made with bentonite clay and these beneficial ingredients: Aloe and Shea Butter are hydrating, so your skin won't bark at you after you're done shaving. Saponified oils of Coconut, Olive and Sunflower are lather-it-up cleansers that do their work gently. Witch Hazel is a natural astringent that helps close pores. Castor Oil is rich...and nurturing to skin. Calendula helps heal skin, which is helpful if you're an unsteady hand when shaving. Bentonite Clay is finely-weathered volcanic ash... it wicks toxins and impurities away from the skin and helps hold beneficial oils and extracts so they can do their good work without evaporating too quickly. Rosemary is good for circulation, which is good for skin-healing. Marshmallow Root helps your face feel less raw. Vetiver is a natural-born antiseptic, with a manly scent.


DIRECTIONS: Shake before use. In your hands, work a small amount into a slick lather and apply to the skin before shaving. Stays slick and lathered for your whole shave.

INGREDIENTS: Aloe Vera Juice*, Saponified Oils of Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil*, Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil*, And Helianthus Annus (Sunflower) Seed Oli*, Castor Oil*, Witch Hazel Distillate, Glycerin (Vegetable), Bentonite Clay, Guar Gum, Marshmallow Root*, Calendula Flower, Shea Butter*, Citric Acid, Lime Essential Oil, Nutmeg Essential Oil, Rosemary Extract, Vetiver Essential Oil. * = Organic

NET WT 4.8 oz.


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