What are the ingredients in Henry Cavendish Shave
Glycerin, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Sodium Castorate (Castor)
Oil, Sodium Hydroxide (Saponifying Agent), Purified Water,
Carthamus Tinctorius (Hybrid Safflower) Seed Oil, Sorbitol
(Moisturizer), Shea Butter, Soy, Himalaya Fragrance
The Himalaya fragrance is mild and derives from a blend of
natural essential oil fragrances: Indian Cedar, Himalayan
Blue Pine and Cashmere Musk.
What are the ingredients in Henry Cavendish Brushless
Water, potassium myristate, potassium stearate, sodium myristate,
sodium stearate, glycerin, carthamus tinctorius (hybrid safflower)
seed oil, sandalwood essential oil & fragrance, aloe barbadensis
leaf juice*, betaglucan, symphytum officinale (comfrey), calendula
officinalis, camellia oleifera (green tea) hydrastis Canadensis
(golden seal) root extracts; tocopheryl (vitamin E) acetate,
cholecalciferol (vitamin D), retinyl (vitamin A) palmitate,
zea mays (corn) oil, hydroxyethylcellulose, sorbic acid.
*Certified organic ingredient.
How to get the Best Shave with Henry Cavendish Luxury
Lather Shave Soap?
1. Let soap soak in warm water in shaving bowl or mug for
just a minute or two.
2. Steam the skin. A hot towel to the face is best. Stubble
isn’t like the hair on your head, it can be flinty and
tough, so you need to soften it up for close results. Leave
the hot towel in place for about 2 minutes. If you are in
a hurry in the mornings and you do take a shower, end the
shower by turning up the heat and run hot water directly onto
your face for a minute or two. And then go to step 3.
3. Lather up. A good lather is the second most important aspect
of the whole shaving experience. You will also need a good
wide shaving brush. I recomend a Badger hair shaving brush,
which is soft. Some people prefer a stiffer brush like Boar.
Dip the shaving brush in a cup of hot water, shake off excess
water, then rub the soap bar with the brush in a circular
motion until you have a rich foamy lather. Apply liberally
to your face, or to all of those areas that you are going
to shave. It is also a lovely face massage.
Allow it to rest a few moments before you start to shave —
this will further soften the beard.
4. Rub soap over your wet beard brushing vigorously coating
the beard with soap, lather will start to build. Put a few
more drops of warm water on the brush and continue to work
up the lather on your beard until the lather is thick and
covers the beard.
5. Check that blade. Make sure you have a new razor blade
in your shaver or a good quality one that holds it’s
edge for a number of shaves. I don’t recommend the disposable
ones, unless you actually do dispose of it after every shave.
(Not to mention the impact on our landfills.) For me they
didn’t hold their edge like a double edge safety razor.
6. Repeat steps 4 & 5 for a second pass if necessary to
give you a close, clean shave.
Shaving with Henry Cavendish is the closest thing
to a traditional Barbershop shave in the comfort of your own