The perfect, premium zero waste wet shaving set includes a Natural Coconut Shave Bowl, Horse Hair Shave Brush, and Shave Bar.
- 1 - Natural Coconut Shave Bowl
- 1 - 2 oz round Shave Bar
- 1 - Horse Hair Shave Brush
Palm Oil Free. Cruelty-Free. Zero Waste.
- SHAVING DIRECTIONS
Drop shave bar into the bowl, add a small splash of water to soap, and begin to brush the bar to create foam. Continue brushing until you have enough of the thick lather to work with. Add a few additional drops of water if needed.
Apply lather to skin using the brush and shave as usual.
Once shaving is complete, pour out any excess water from the cup or bowl, rinse the soap from the brush, shake off excess water and allow to dry bristles down for next use. Soap and bubbles remain in the bowl to dry, the lather will be reactivated with water during the next use.
- SHAVE BOWL MAINTENANCE
If the bowl gets dirty or begins to look faded, gently hand wash with warm (not hot) soapy water. Do not place in dishwasher, microwave, or oven.
Polish inside and out with a small amount of coconut oil to hydrate, darken and shine.
- SHAVE BRUSH MAINTENANCE
This brush is natural hair that will have a scent. Before first use, soak bristles in white vinegar overnight, rinse and allow to dry. Repeat if necessary. The scent will fade completely with use.
If brush hair gets tangled use a fine-toothed comb to gently comb hairs straight again. Tangles can occur when too much pressure is placed on the brush while lathering. Try using gentle brushing and alternate from back and forth to circular lathering motion.
If the brush gets dirty, gently hand wash with warm (not hot) soapy water. Do not place in dishwasher.
- END OF LIFE
Paper tags are recyclable or compostable, twine is compostable. Coconut is fully compostable, brush is compostable when the center plastic ring is removed and thrown away, due to the length of compost time, industrial compost facility recommended.
Q: Is this product and shaving method just for men?
A: Absolutely not! Many of us have hair in places we would prefer not to. Why would gender change how we deal with it?
Q: Can you suggest a zero waste razor?
A: Hands down our favorites come from LEAF. Although there is a bit of sticker shock at first, the replacement blades cost pennies and this razor will be with you for at least a dozen years. They have several options based mostly on where you plan to shave, but we enjoy the multi-blade flexible head of the Leaf Razor.