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Shaving Soap | Seafoam Lavender Co.

This product is for both men and women, and contains a moisturizer for leaving your skin feeling refreshed after the shave. We recommend employing a shaving brush to whip the soap into a foam for a smoother shaving experience.  

This 4-ounce (113 g) bar lasts a long time if you let it dry out between usages.  


Alternate use: this product can also be used as a bar shampoo.


Ingredients: canola and cocos nucifera (coconut) oils, olea europaea (olive) fruit oil, aqua, sodieum hydroxide, ricinus communis (castor) oil, theobroma cacao (cocoa) seed butter, stearic acid, butyrospermum parkil (seah butter), kaolin, lavendula angustifolia (lavender), persea gratissima (avocado), rosa canina (rosehip) fruit, pinus sylvestris (pine), cupressus sempervirens (cypress), and santaium album (sandalwood) oils. 


Made in Seafoam (River John), Nova Scotia

Shaving Soap | Seafoam Lavender Co.

SKU: 9808
  • Seafoam Lavender Co. is owned and operated by Dave, Suzy and Colin Belt.  Their Lavender journey began when Suzy was given the opportunity to take over her Grandmother's farm. Since the location of the farm was quite rural, they wanted to find a way to support themselves without having a crazy commute and no time to enjoy the farm.  

    They settled on growing Lavender and started out with 1000 plants. Today they have around 3000 plants and the farm is thriving. They even utilize local beehives in the summer and the use the bees wax and honey they produce in their products.


    "We are a small, family owned and operated agricultural business, dedicated to producing superior quality, direct-from-the-farm lavender products. Making great products is what we are passionate about. We are dedicated to producing products that improve your everyday life.  Our products are all-natural, made entirely with plant, mineral or apiary-derived ingredients. No synthetic ingredients of any kind.”

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