Shaving Soap

Our luxurious shaving soaps are presented in hand turned wooden shaving bowls and are available in 6 distinct varieties. Your wet shaving experience will not get any more authentic than this. Using a good quality shaving brush and hot water with our traditional shaving soap, you will be able to create a rich lather as thick and luxurious as with our shaving cream, for a gentle and smooth shave with only a small amount of the product needed, meaning even with daily use our hard soap works out to be a very economical choice. We also stock a shaving soap refill in all 6 fragrances that can be added to the same shaving bowl as well as two smaller shaving soaps designed for use with shaving mugs.

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What ingredients do you use in your shaving soap?

Like our shaving creams, our quality shaving soap is made with natural ingredients including essential oils and glycerine to help soften the facial hair and prepare even the most sensitive skin for a comfortable shave with no razor burn if used correctly with one of our safety razors. this is the big difference between our shaving soap products and others on the market.

What are the main benefits of using a good quality shaving soap?

There are many benefits from both a shaving product standpoint, along with economical benefits. Geo. F. Trumper traditional shaving soaps are long lasting, making them perfect for a traditional wet shave every day. The luxurious lather they create works to soften the beard hairs, making for a smooth and gentle shave within minutes for all skin types.


How should I use shaving soap?

The first thing to do is you need to warm up both the brush that you will be using for the shave, but also the areas of the face you will be shaving.

Initially wet a towel with boiling hot water, strain the excess water and place this around your beard area gently ensuring not to burn the skin. Leave this on for around 5 minutes to soften the hair follicles. Next, its time to warm up your shaving brush under warm water for a few minutes to soften the bristles. Next simply use the wet brush directly on the shaving soap in a shaving bowl, brushing in a circular motion to create a rich lather.