I have been wet shaving on and off since 2005 and I just recently purchased some Tabac Shaving Soap. I have been bragging to some of my friends about the joys of wet-shaving & Tabac Shaving Soap. So, they have been poking and prodding me to post a review of Tabac Shaving Soap. If you have not yet tried Tabac Shaving Soap you need to order some. It’s heavenly…
Review of Tabac Shaving Soap
In my opinionTabac Shaving Soap produces a very lush, dense creamy lather perfect for shaving. Its lather is slick and very protective not to mention smells amazing. I recently found all theTabac shaving products at one convenient website called:they not only carry theTabac Shaving Soap, but alsoTabac Shaving Cream, After Shave, Cologne and more! Plus the best part is you can
I purchased the soap in the milky white glass (I think) jar, and I am sure glad I did. The jar is hefty and has a nice feel to it. Inside the white container, there is a 4.4oz puck of Tabac Shaving Soap securely sealed in the jar. I primarily use my Vulfix Silver Badger brush to lather this stuff up. I let the brush soak in warm water for a few minutes so the hairs become warm and saturated. I then remove the excess water and start to go to town whipping up some of that famous Tabac lather. I normally hit it with about 10 swirls of the brush and then proceed to lather in my bowl. The lather is rich and luxurious and nice and thick. I normally do a With The Grain (WTG) pass then reapply the Tabac Shaving Cream and then do Across the Grain Pass (XTG). Lastly, I lather up once more and then do a tiny bit of blade buffing and j-hooking… this method cleans up any areas left over. The results always are outstanding. Baby Butt Smooth (BBS) shaves all the time with Tabac.
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Matt is an Internet Specialist for a multinational franchise. Matt has lived and worked in Hawaii, Chicago, South Florida and currently resides outside of Atlanta. He enjoys his hobbies including: Fountain Pens, Wetshaving, Clocks, Antiques & Coffee. He even roasts his own coffee weekly.