These beautifully crafted vegan traditional shaving brushes from Wild Sage & Co make brilliant gifts for that special man. The bristles are synthetic and the wooden handle is Ash.
- Get a better shave with a shaving brush.
- Massages face with shaving cream and helps prevent more ingrown hairs.
- A great, close shave in the traditional way.
- Stylish classic-looking dark brush.
- Great value and long-lasting.
As with any skincare product, customers with sensitive skin are advised to perform a test patch before using a new product for the first time. If you have any medical concerns regarding products containing essential oils (such as when pregnant, or with certain medical conditions), please consult your doctor or a qualified aromatherapist for further advice before making a purchase. We do not recommend using some products containing essential oils on young children.
Our products are handmade, so there will be slight variations between batches which may affect product appearance, aroma and viscosity.
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Vegan Shaving Brush - Wild Sage & Co
With synthetic bristles and an Ash handle
The first thing you need to do, is soak your shaving brush in warm water for 30 seconds.
You can put it in a container of warm water (like a mug or) or fill your sink with warm water and soak the brush in that.
Soften the soap by putting a little warm water (say, a tablespoon’s worth) on the surface of the shaving soap and let it soak for 10 or 15 minutes.
Pour off the excess water. Lots of people will put the warm water on the soap just before entering the shower.
Squeeze the excess water out of your shaving brush. If you have too much water in the brush, it will make for thin, frothy, lather. Not enough water and it will be hard to develop lather at all. How wet the brush should be will vary by what brush you’re using.
Load the brush, you do this by gently swirling the brush around on the surface of the soap for a minute or two — until you notice a good creamy lather start to form.
You alternate the swirl direction (between clockwise and counter-clockwise) every few moments to help work the lather into the brush’s bristles.
Paint your wet face with the lather using the shaving brush. You can use back-and-forth strokes, up-and-down strokes, swirly strokes, or a combination.
As with any skin care product, if irritation develops discontinue use and avoid contact with your eyes.