- Vegan Protective Shaving Oil
- Prevents Razor Burn
- Airless Pump Dispenser
- Classic Cologne Fragrance
- Paraben Free, Sulphate Free, Cruelty Free
- vegan Verified Formulation
- Free Shipping
- Subscribe & Save 20%
Introducing our Vegan Protective Shaving Oil - a must-have for a comfortable and irritation-free shaving experience. Our product is designed to prevent razor burn and is perfect for those with sensitive skin.
The airless pump dispenser ensures easy and hygienic application, while the Classic cologne fragrance leaves you feeling refreshed and invigorated. Our formula is paraben-free, sulfate-free, and cruelty-free, and has been verified as vegan.
You'll receive free shipping with your order, and subscribing means saving 20% on future orders. Our Classic Shave Oil is part of our Classic Collection, and is blended with the warm woody tones of Sandalwood cologne. This unique blend is also found in our Classic Skincare and Beardcare collections.
Swagger & Jacks Classic Shave Oil contains a blend of protective oils that soothe and hydrate your skin, combatting irritation caused during shaving, and healing small nicks and cuts. The non-greasy formula is easy to use, and provides the extra protection and lubrication your skin needs during your shave.
To use, warm a few drops of shave oil in your hand, massage into your beard, and wait a few moments for the oil to penetrate the stubble. Then, shave in the direction of the hair growth and rinse your blade frequently. For best results, follow up with Swagger & Jacks Classic Face Moisturiser as a post-shave treatment to soothe irritated skin and combat sensitivity.
Our Vegan Protective Shaving Oil is suitable for everyday use and is perfect for all skin types. And don't forget - you can use it underneath your preferred shaving cream for even more protection and lubrication.
SIZES: 30ml and 100ml Airless Pump Dispensers
INGREDIENTS: Grape Seed Oil, Hemp Oil, Castor Oil, Cucumber Extract, Jojoba Oil, Sandalwood Parfum
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