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Martin De Candre

Martin De Candre | Vetyver Shaving Soap

SKU: MDC-V

Description

A luxurious, efficient and long-lasting product.

Its soft and delicate fragrance with a base of vetiver essential oils gives a light refreshing feel that will stay throughout the day. A limited edition created from the suggestions of its most loyal clients. It also contains a wide variety of beneficial properties: hydrates, calms and soothes the skin.

It is suitable for any skin type. It generates a rich lather with a small quantity. The Vetiver shaving soap is presented in a modern and elegant crystal bowl of 200g with a screw on lid.

* Some advice from Martin de Candre on how to wet shave :

- Thoroughly wash your face with warm water for a couple of minutes.

- Always rinse your shaving brush well under warm water after each use and gently flick out the excess water. Too much water and the lather will become runny and will dry out too quickly when applied to face.
- Brush the shaving soap in a circular, whisking motion with the shaving brush until a rich lather forms. Do not press down on the bristles, as this may damage the brush - simply move in quick circular motions.

- Now use the brush to apply the lather to your beard in small, gentle, circular motions or in gentle painting motions.

Experiment until you produce a good lather.

- When finished quickly rinse the shaving soap bowl-like container under cold water to remove excess foam. Invert bowl so as to let soap drain and dry. Soap dries best when bowl is left open.

A good shaving soap used along with a shaving brush provides an extremely close shave making you feel clean and comfortable.
How the mundane task of shaving turns into a morning treat !!!

Ingredients: Stearic Acid, Cocos Nucifera Oil, Aqua, Potassium Hydroxide, Glycerin, Sodium Chloride, Parfum, Linalool, Citronellol, Geraniol, Limonene 

 

Martin De Candre

Martin De Candre | Vetyver Shaving Soap

SKU: MDC-V
€67,93
Gift wrapping: Options available

Description

A luxurious, efficient and long-lasting product.

Its soft and delicate fragrance with a base of vetiver essential oils gives a light refreshing feel that will stay throughout the day. A limited edition created from the suggestions of its most loyal clients. It also contains a wide variety of beneficial properties: hydrates, calms and soothes the skin.

It is suitable for any skin type. It generates a rich lather with a small quantity. The Vetiver shaving soap is presented in a modern and elegant crystal bowl of 200g with a screw on lid.

* Some advice from Martin de Candre on how to wet shave :

- Thoroughly wash your face with warm water for a couple of minutes.

- Always rinse your shaving brush well under warm water after each use and gently flick out the excess water. Too much water and the lather will become runny and will dry out too quickly when applied to face.
- Brush the shaving soap in a circular, whisking motion with the shaving brush until a rich lather forms. Do not press down on the bristles, as this may damage the brush - simply move in quick circular motions.

- Now use the brush to apply the lather to your beard in small, gentle, circular motions or in gentle painting motions.

Experiment until you produce a good lather.

- When finished quickly rinse the shaving soap bowl-like container under cold water to remove excess foam. Invert bowl so as to let soap drain and dry. Soap dries best when bowl is left open.

A good shaving soap used along with a shaving brush provides an extremely close shave making you feel clean and comfortable.
How the mundane task of shaving turns into a morning treat !!!

Ingredients: Stearic Acid, Cocos Nucifera Oil, Aqua, Potassium Hydroxide, Glycerin, Sodium Chloride, Parfum, Linalool, Citronellol, Geraniol, Limonene 

 

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  • Posted by Ned Leonard on 31st Jan 2024

    5
    Martin de Candre "Vetyver" shaving soap.

    Believe the hype. This shaving soap is top-shelf. You pay for what you get. Given that the glass jar in which it is packed is filled to the absolute brim with a very solid block of soap, it will last a long, long time. I've been pursuing vetiver-scented soaps and aftershave splashes for several years, now. "Desert Vetivery" by Antica Barberia had been the best I had found before trying Martin de Candre's Vetyver Shaving Soap. But this stuff -- wow! It produces a thick, actually creamy lather beyond any I've experienced over the last ten years of wet shaving. The scent in the jar is very strong and yet pleasantly mild once whipped into a lather on the face. I want to comment that the instructions that come with the soap specify using a silver tip badger brush for best results. I've done so, and while that is luxurious, my Antica Barberia Pro Barber Bleached (boar) Bristle and Semogue 1305 Pure (boar) Bristle brushes (both well broken in) do an even finer job when the water is gently squeezed out and the brush swirled 15 seconds atop the soap in the jar. The soap doesn't get so wet it will degenerate. The bush picks up enough soap to generate lather for more than three passes. The blade cushioning is terrific. The post-shave feel is soft, almost like having applied a skin-softening lotion. Highly recommended. Great product.