Ultra Lather Shaving Cream
Our super concentrated shave cream builds a thick lather for the ultimate, irritation-free shave. Organic tallow, shea butter, and jojoba oil provide superior glide and restore moisture to worn skin. It comes packaged in a glass 4 oz jar. This shaving cream is highly concentrated, and guaranteed to last twice as long as other creams it's size. It requires a shaving brush to build a proper lather.
Made with the Best
Our products contain only the finest all-natural ingredients, with an emphasis on those that are organic, sustainable, and food-grade. Each ingredient is included for a therapeutic reason - we do not use fillers or unnecessary chemicals. Every batch is made by hand in the USA using custom formulas developed by a fourth-generation soap-crafting family.
Premium Ingredients for your Skin
Premium ingredients like Organic Tallow and Shea Butter allow your razor to glide close to the skin while offering a cushion of protection against razor burn, irritation, nicks and cuts. White Kaolin clay provides an effortless glide, shea butter moisturizes your skin, and organic tallow leaves your face soft and refreshed.
The shave products are the best I've ever used. I have thick, dark facial hair, and I can shave at least 3 times from a small amount of shaving cream. It keeps my skin feeling smooth, and it smells great.
This is really more of a shave soap than cream; it has a pretty hard consistency in the container. I scoop a little out and bowl lather with it, and it produces a nice, cushiony, structured lather. There's plenty of slickness, enough that you can go back over areas, and it leaves a nice post-shave feel, especially when combined with the aftershave. Plus the scents are complex and really nice.
Ultra Lather Shaving Cream
Once I fine tuned my lathering technique, i've really enjoyed this shaving cream. It only takes a small amount when using the marble shaving bowl. Nice, thick lather and I love the scent.
Supply's shaving cream is a great product - once you optimize your use of it. Here's what seems to work for me.
I include my marble lather bowl under the tap as I'm filling the sink with hot water. Leaving some moisture in the marble bowl, I then add a small amount of shave cream (around 1/2 tsp or so) and work it with the shave brush until a rich lather develops. My mistake in the past was too little moisture and insufficient 'whipping' of the cream. I've noticed a bit of a pitch change that accompanies the right degree of lather creation, and this signals that I'm close to finished. I also find I need to strip some of the lather from the brush by hand after I work it into my beard, as it tends to find it's way up the head of the brush. This isn't a big deal, as it gives me the opportunity to even out the distribution of lather.
All-in-all, this is a great functioning and smelling product that makes our daily ritual a bit more enjoyable.