Loading... Please wait...

Add to Wish List

Click the button below to add the Proraso NEW Shaving Soap Pot Sensitive Skin - 150ml to your wish list.

You Recently Viewed...

Proraso NEW Shaving Soap Pot Sensitive Skin - 150ml

  • Proraso Shaving Soap Pot - White
  • Proraso Shaving Soap Pot - White
Price:
£5.25
Brand:
This product must be ordered before Tuesday 17th December to ensure delivery in time for Christmas.


Product Description

Proraso Shaving Soap Pot Sensitive Skin - 150ml

Product

Enriched with oatmeal, green tea and glycerin, this classic shaving foam effectively softens the skin and prepares it for a comfortable shave.

Made in Italy.

How to use

Product can be used directly from pot and simply work the top of the soap with a wet (not soaking) shaving brush until the bristles are 'loaded' with shaving soap. Now apply the soap to the areas to be shaved, using  the shaving brush in a strong circular motion. This softens the hairs and also raises them ready for shaving. When finished briefly rinse the top of the soap and shake excess water off before replacing the top.

Recommended for

Formula Sensibile (sensitive) - suitable to sensitive skin.

Grooming Tip

A stiffer brush, such as bristle, works better with a shaving soap whilst shaving creams can be used with a softer brush such as badger. This is due to the 'effort' needed to create the lather.

NO PARABENS – NO SILICONE – NO MINERAL OILS – NO SLS

Write your own product review

Product Reviews

This product hasn't received any reviews yet. Be the first to review this product!

Proraso

Proraso was born and raised in beautiful Florence in the 1920's and still resides there today. Proraso products have loyally served three generations of well-groomed Italian men, and now MAGUIRE'S Barbershop offers you the change to be the first generation of your family to enjoy them. Enjoying the reputation as one of Italy's most venerable barber shop shaving brands, for ninety years Proraso has guarded its secret formula based on Eucalyptus Oil and, in a way that only a small family owned Italian business can, the recipe has been passed down from one generation to the next.