Journeyman Pre-Shave Oil

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A great pre-shave oil for the pre-shave step is a crucial step in your shave of the day. The pre-shave step prepares your skin to accept your shave soap or shave cream. Good preparation helps to stop razor bump issues.

Pre-shave Step

Many men rush to get ready for work. Their shaving routine consists of dragging a razor across their face and calling it "done". This rush to get ready sets the tone for the day. The pre-shave step not only is crucial for an excellent shave, but also help you prepare for the day. Slow down. Enjoy the routine.

Shaving is traumatic to your skin. Shaving not only cuts the hairs, but also causes micro abbrasions in your skin. This can result in razor bumps and razor burn. 

Our pre-shave oils are developed with this critical step in mind. With a mix of highly absorbent oils, our pre-shave oils open your pores, and add additional cushion for your shave routine.

About our Pre-Shave Oil

Our Journeyman Pre-Shave Oil is poured in small batches outside of Houston, Texas. Made with the highest quality ingredients, its an all-natural alternative to commercial products for shaving.

Lightly scented with a blend of cedarwood, lavender, tea tree, rosemary, and lime essential oils. This scent is herbal and fresh with woody undertones.  Its like a walk through a forest. It not only smells great, but is great for the skin too.

How to Use

For your great shave of the day, simply apply a dime-sized amount to clean face, neck or head prior to shaving for an added layer of moisture, protection, and lubrication.  Apply your choice of shave soap or cream and enjoy a comfortable, close shave and softer skin with no razor bump effects.

Details

Each 2 ounce bottle contains castor oil, hemp seed oil, rice bran oil, Abyssinian oil, macadamia nut oil, vitamin E, cedarwood, lavender, tea tree, rosemary, and lime essential oils. 

Journeyman pre-shave oil is an all natural product hand crafted in small batches in Texas.