Boom! A travel friendly version of our CUBE 2.0 Preshave Soap, meet TUBE 2.0! (This is the Mentholated version)
TUBE 2.0 is not your everyday preshave. TUBE 2.0 takes your shave to another dimension adding extra protection, hydration, slickness and glide. A powerhouse of slick with a kick of Activated Bamboo Charcoal!
- Sweet Almond Oil, Prickly Pear Oil, Jojoba Wax, & Safflower Oil = Slick
- Now Contains: Bacuri Butter, Capuacu Butter and Murumuru Butter = Super Slick and Moisturizing!
- Vitamin E & Aloe Vera = Skin Food
- Glycerin is a humectant = Draws moisture into the hair, fattening it up & softening it!
- Packed with Activated Bamboo Charcoal = Deep cleansing with light exfoliation.
- Adds a noticeable Boost to any lather!
- Size 56g
Ingredients: Purified Water, Glycerin, Sorbitol, Sodium Cocoate, Sodium Stearate, Activated Bamboo Charcoal Powder, Soybean Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Capuacu Oil, Murumuru Oil Bacuri Oil, Prickly Pear Oil, Organic Aloe Vera Leaf Extract Menthol Crystals (If Mentholated), Vitamin EWhy is Preshave Soap BETTER Than Preshave Oil?
Well first off, as with anything in life, it all comes down to personal preference. I can tell you why I think it's better, but in the end, do what works for you! First off, unlike using oil, a Preshave Soap will not gunk up your gear and rinses away easy.
I was seriously turned off by all the clean up involved when using oils. Plus I was always concerned about it getting into my favorite brushes undetected and going rancid. Also, applying oil with your hands then holding onto a blade is not the safest move in my book. [That said, if you currently use an oil, apply it with your non-shaver hand!] In short, Preshave Oils inspired me to find a better way!Why a Preshave Soap is More Effective.
A preshave soap really offers more bang for your buck; for one, it's more affordable and longer lasting. Use it first to clean the face before you shave, then rinse. Then reapply the soap prior to whipping up lather: First in a circular motion, then against the grain. The soap gets under the hairs, slightly propping them up, giving the blade more surface area to "bite" onto. The glycerin acts as a humectant pulling more water into the hair, prepping and softening it, thus making it a bigger target to mow down!