SKU: DB105082

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SKU: DB105082

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Dear Barber Shave Biscuit 100ml



With a distinct heritage rooted in luxury grooming, Dear Barber is at the forefront of a revolution in modern men’s hair styling and grooming products.

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Recreating the traditional wet shave experience.


Dear Barber Shave Biscuit is a rich shaving formula with a crisp finish, promoting a close and silky smooth shave. This product lubricates and protects the skin for the ultimate shaving experience.

Directions And Care Instructions

STEP ONE: Soak the Shaving Brush, when preparing for a shave, your shaving brush should be soaking in warm water in your sink to get the bristles nice and soft. Alternatively, you could also hold the brush under hot running water for some time. STEP TWO: Use our Shave Oil and steps above, prepare your stubble making them soft and ready to be shaved. STEP THREE: Apply Shaving Biscuit onto Brush, depending on the thickness of your hair, apply the appropriate quantity of shaving biscuit onto the brush. Around three-quarters of an inch of cream does the trick in most cases. STEP FOUR: Lather, begin whipping your brush into the shaving bowl in order to get the shaving biscuit into a rich lather. STEP FIVE: Apply to Face, once you have a rich lather, use the brush to apply it to your face evenly. The whole purpose of applying the biscuit is to help in getting a smooth shave, so make sure you apply it thoroughly.

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