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  • Naturally Better Soothing & Nourishing Organic Aloe After Shave Balm

Naturally Better Soothing & Nourishing Organic Aloe After Shave Balm

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Nourish and Hydrate Skin with this Vitamin rich formula that provides soothing and cooling relief to after shaved skin. 

A good wet shave exfoliates and cleanses the face, leaving smooth new skin and a healthy, clean appearance. Newly exfoliated skin needs to be protected from the elements, so for healthy skin it is important to use our After-shave Balm or Face Serum

A LUXURIOUS, CREAMY, HYDRATING HAND AND BODY LOTION MADE FROM ORGANIC VITAMIN RICH MONTANA SAFFLOWER OIL, SKIN LOVING LUXURIOUS ORGANIC COCONUT OIL, SOOTHING ALOE, NATURALLY HEALING ORGANIC CALENDULA. FAST-ABSORBING FORMULA HELPS NOURISH AND PROTECT DRY SKIN, LEAVING IT FEELING SOFT, AND SMOOTH. NON-GREASY, AND GENTLE ENOUGH FOR EVERYDAY USE. 

  • Best natural after shave lotion for silky soft and smooth skin
  • Highly emollient, just a few pumps covers the whole body
  • Buttery texture from coconut oil & cocoa butter
  • Hypoallergenic - made without top food allergens such as gluten, soy, peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, or corn
  • Farm to Skin Ingredients – GMO free organic safflower oil straight from a Montana farm. Safflower acts as a protective barrier to prevent water from leaving your skin.
  • Junk Free Ingredients – NO harsh chemicals! NO ingredients we can’t pronounce: phthalates, SLS, DEA, triclosan, synthetic fragrances, glycols, dyes, phosphates, 1,4-dioxane, formaldehyde, or parabans.
  • Not tested on animals - just friends & family | No animal by-products | Vegan
  • Made in USA | Made in Montana
  • 4 oz. (227g) pump bottle 

Ingredients: aloe barbadensis (aloe vera) leaf juice, calendula officinalis flower infused carthamus tinctorius (safflower) oil, cetyl stearyl alcohol (emulsifying wax), cocos nucifera (*coconut) oil, radish root ferment filtrate, lactobacillus (and) cocos nucifera (coconut) fruit extract, honey, glycerin, steric acid, sodium lactate, powder silk, allantoin, citrus latifolia tanaka (lime) oil, menthol, styrax benzoin oil, and tocopherol (vitamin E). 

The Average Man Has More Than 25,000 Hairs As Hard As Copper Wire Coming Out Of His Face And Spends 3,000 Hours In His Lifetime Shaving Them Off. Even Though We Have Been Shaving For Thousands Of Years, A Lot Of Men (And Women) Are Still Pretty Bad At It. We Have The Tried And True 4 Steps To A Better Shave.

Step 1 Prep with Pre-Shave Oil

The goal during prep is to soften whiskers so shaving is easier and causes less irritation. Shave after getting out of the shower. If you haven’t showered, at least wet shave area with some hot water. Next apply a few drops of our Pre-shave Oil to the shave area. It creates a layer over the skin to protect from the repeated contact of the razor on your skin. This will help prevent skin rashes, bumps, and razor burn. It also softens stubborn hairs so that shaving will be easier than ever before. The added benefit is it protects your razor. Whether you shave with an electric razor, or a straight razor, you will notice that you are getting more shaves out of a single blade. 

Step 2 Cushion Skin & Blade

Using shave soap versus a shave cream comes down to personal preference. Our shave creams and soaps are made out of natural ingredients that are gentle on the skin and the environment. Our shave soaps are poured in a tin so a brush works best. 

To begin, run the hot water until it gets as hot as possible. Hold your brush perpendicular to the stream of water, rotating it slowly, making sure to fully saturate the brush hair. This will become evident to you by the increased weight of the brush when fully saturated. Once warmed and loaded with all of the water it can hold, remove it from the stream of water and hold the brush “bristles downward” over the sink. Do not shake, tap, flick or otherwise cause it to drop the water. Allow it to drain only the excess water which the bristles are unable to hold. 

Move the shaving brush in an up-and-down pattern throughout your beard, working up a respectable lather in the process. The bristles of the brush should gently exfoliate your skin, removing dead skin cells. Ensure that the lather is evenly applied and thick enough to obscure the skin beneath. Shave as usual. 

Step 3 Tone Skin

Shave creams and soaps naturally have a high pH in order to properly cleanse skin. Our Hydrating Toning Mist helps restore the skins acid mantle by bringing pH levels down. Rose water and sandalwood act as an anti-inflammatory, soothing irritated skin. Witch hazel and cedar-leaf hydrate skin and provide antibacterial protection to freshly shaved skin. For a more invigorating feel, try our Face Tonics. 

Step 4 After Shave Balm

A good wet shave exfoliates and cleanses the face, leaving smooth new skin and a healthy, clean appearance. Newly exfoliated skin needs to be protected from the elements, so for healthy skin it is important to use our After-shave Balm or Moisture Stick.

About the Brush & Razor

The more water a brush holds, the moister and richer the lather will be. Real hair brushes naturally hold more water. The greatest benefit from shave brush use is the tendency to soften and lift facial hair before a shave. For this reason, straight razors or high-quality safety razors are most often used with a shave brush, as it replaces the benefit of multiple blades. 

Proponents of wet shaving claim that badger hair is the finest and most luxurious material possible. The water retention capacity, smooth sensation on the face, and durability are unmatched by other synthetic or natural materials. There are three basic classifications used to describe the quality of badger hair brushes; pure badger, best badger, and silvertip badger. Most of the original shaving brushes made back in the late 1800's and early 1900's were constructed of boar bristle. Boar bristle shave brushes are the least expensive of all shaving brushes, simply because boar bristles are less expensive as a raw material than badger hair. Boar’s hair will be less supple and flexible than badger hair due to its larger diameter, but they are preferred by those wet shavers who prefer a stiffer bristle on the face and those starting out on a tight budget. 

There are many benefits to using a safety razor. Your face will feel smooth, refreshed, and healthy. Landfills are not clogged with disposable plastics and the cost of the blades is much more economical for the shaver than cartridges.

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  1. Nice After Shave Balm with Menthol

    Posted by Tara M. on 24th Feb 2013

    I LOVE Montana Natural Shave Co. products, and so does my boyfriend! Currently, he's using and loves: the Pre-Shave Oil and the Man Cave Shave Cream.

    I was really excited about the Organic Aloe After Shave Balm, as the final touch on his daily shaving, but unfortunately the menthol was too strong for his sensitive skin.

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