shaving soap for a close shave. 2.5" top diameter by 1" deep and 2 1/4 ounce.
To use a shaving
brush: Moisten area
to be shaved with warm water to soften hairs, thoroughly wet brush, shake off
some excess water if necessary, rotate and lather brush over shaving soap or
cream (like stirring a cup of coffee, for example) and apply in a back and forth
and slightly circular motion to the shaving area - the lather is created on
about the water - too much and you get bubble water, too little and you get dry
film and insufficient lather. Generally speaking, it is not a thick interfering
foam like what is found in store brand shaving canisters, but rather a layer
that allows the razor to slide along the face without too much foam to get in
the way of a close shave. You can control the amount of lather
created by how much water remains in the brush, how much soap or cream is
applied to the bristles and the scrubbing motion used on the shaving area.
you will find what works best for you. Soap or Cream? More info... Also visit our companion site for
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