This light and fluffy Whipped Shaving Soap forms part of our pre-assessed range and it is an ideal addition to one's shaving regime! This creamy soap foams beautifully and allows for a slick gliding motion. This wonderful product goes on smoothly, smells fresh, and leaves the skin feeling silky, soft, and supple.
Although ideal to use while shaving, it can be used purely as a whipped soap / shower butter too.
Nourishing Olive Oil softens the hair and forms a protective layer over the skin's surface, for a comfortably smooth shave. It also helps protect the skin from irritation and razor burn.
Cocamidopropyl Betaine gives this shaving soap extra foaming properties, and allows the water to rinse away the oil and dirt from the skin.
Soothing Lavender essential oil is known to tone and revitalise, whilst the aroma is calming and relieves stress.
The addition of Pink Grapefruit and Peppermint essential oils tone the skin and create an uplifting scent, making this product ideal to use in your morning shower!
This fresh, subtly minty-smelling Whipped Shaving Soap is suitable for all genders and is designed to soften and protect the skin and hair. This fantastic shaving product leaves you with silky smooth skin post-shave!
NB: - Please see below for our FAQ on selling these products under your own brand.
This product is currently assessed to be sold on the UK market. For EU customers wishing to take advantage of the pre-written safety report, a small additional fee of £30 will be payable for the appropriate add-on documentation. This can be obtained by emailing the team at email@example.com.
To request a copy of our Safety Assessment for this product, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
As this product forms part of our pre-assessed range, you only need to decant into your own packaging (we sell packaging here).
- This product does NOT come pre-piped. If you would like to purchase the pre-piped wash ready packaged in jars, please click here.
Texture and Aroma
Lightly whipped cream soap, with a minty fresh aroma.
Please note: the picture is just a representation of the product
How to use
We recommend wetting your barber brush under running hot water or filling up your sink with hot water. Decant a small amount of the soap into a bowl or mug. Build the lather in a bowl or mug before application, as it yields the maximum amount of lather per shave, which is best for a large area, in terms of shaving needs. Apply and massage the warm lather with the soaped barber brush evenly across the shaving area in circular motions. Adding a touch more hot water will normally provide re-lathering for a second or third pass, if required, without using more soap. Alternatively apply the soap to dampened skin and use warm water to work up a lather.
Glycerin, Water, Sorbitol, Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, Disodium Lauryl Sulfosuccinate, Sodium Chloride, Phenoxyethanol, Tetrasodium EDTA, cocamidopropyl betaine, Olive oil (Olea europaea), Lavender essential oil (Lavendula angustifolia), Pink grapefruit essential oil (Citrus paradisi), Peppermint essential oil (Mentha piperita)
Geraniol*, Limonene*, Linalool*
*Naturally Occurring in Essential Oils
Pre-assessed Products FAQ
Can I sell these products under my own brand?
Yes, all of our products under our Pre-Assessed Wholesale Cosmetic Bases
category can be sold under your brand name without the need for further assessment.
What else do I have to do to sell these products legally? You need to create a PIF (Product Information File) and include our assessment within this file. You also need to notify this product on the UK Portal and make sure your labelling is correct. We have help sheets for labelling and creating PIFs which we can send you upon request; just email email@example.com.
Am I the RP (Responsible Person) for this product, or are you? You are the RP for this product so you will need to create the PIF and notify it on the UK Portal.
Do I need to put your name on the label? No, as you are the RP (Responsible Person), you just put your own name on the label.
Do I need to notify the product on the UK Portal, or do you? You do - see above.
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