Shaving cream is a must for a good shave.

The second step in our exclusive 3 step shaving system is our shaving cream.

We developed the Pall Mall Barbers shaving cream over several years. We applied our experience as barbers, listened to our customers and noticed what products worked well.

The result is our Sandalwood and Clove Shaving Cream with its luxurious scent and thick lather.  It contains prickly  pear seed and jojoba oil which combine to create a smooth, creamy lather that encourages the bristles on your face to stand up. The result is that you get a smoother and more comfortable shave.

To use this shaving cream, all you need to do is wet your face with very warm water to open up the pores, dispense one pump of the cream from the canister either directly onto your shaving brush or into your shaving bowl, and lather it up with the shaving brush. Using circular movements with your shaving brush on your face will generate a generous lather.  We’ve got a great video of Erin demonstrating the technique for you.

Once you’ve finished your wet shave, rinse any remaining shaving cream off your face with cool water and pat your face dry – don’t rub it with the towel.

The natural products in this shaving cream make it suitable for all skin types, even sensitive ones and it comes in a 100ml dispenser which will last quite a while as a single pump dose is all you need for your daily shave.

This product can be bought on its own or as part of our 3 step shaving system – a professionally developed range of shaving products specifically designed for men, to give the closest and smoothest shave possible.

 

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