Bundubeard 'Lemoentyd in die laeveld' shaving soap.
We created this soap a year or two back, but never listed it as we made only a few tubs and it was sitting right at the end of the shelf, overlooked, lost and confused! With summer on our doorstep there is no better time to get this guy out there and onto some faces. This soap is loaded with fruity, sweet goodness and some local essential oils, and will remind users of the good old days many of us spent in the Marble Hall/Groblersdal lowveld area, mostly on family farms with all sorts if citrus in abundence. Boy do I miss those days! The hand drawn image represents typical scenes of rural women selling fruit and curios next to the roads from makeshift stalls. This soap has a strong orange/naartjie smell, if you close your eyes you can imagine your self right back in 'lemoentyd in die laeveld' In the pics we lathered up with 28 mm HD High mountain white knot, and the contrasting black Oryx handle accentuates the white lather beautifully.
Ingredients; Cold pressed, virgin Coconut oil, Glycerine, Sodium Stearate, Triethanolamine Lauryl Sulphate, Incromectant L Amea, Lanexol AWS, Crodasinic CAC, Propylene Glycol, Urea, EDTA Dissodium Salt. For the fragrance we used orange, cinnamon, peppermint, and rosemary essential oils. We wanted to add a somewhat bitter element to the soap, much the same as the smell you'd get from breaking the skin, and for this we used Wilde-als, Eucalyptus, Wormwood and Beukesbossie essential oils.
Give this soap the love it has so been longing for, and it will reward you with lots and lots of refreshing summary shaves!