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A – Creating Shaving Lather and Adding Essential Oil for Scent

January 9, 2011 by aromatherapymaster guest  
Filed under Aromatherapy Products

Shows how to create shaving lather with a brush using glycerin shaivng soap. Here we are using an unscented round in order to demonstrate how to create your own custom scent using essenital or fragrance oil. A shaving brush creates warm lather and aids in softening the whiskers for shaving. Visit Em’s Place, Inc. for more information about wet shaving.
Video Rating: 5 / 5

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3 Responses to “A – Creating Shaving Lather and Adding Essential Oil for Scent”
  1. AASTRANGE says:


  2. shaveplace says:

    @fpgustavo Thank you for the comment. No, not necessary to keep the water running – could have a mug/bowl of hot water or partially filled sink. I did so because the video is real time and didn’t want to turn the water off and on if I needed more and that was my preferred method at the time. Thanks for asking, Em

  3. fpgustavo says:

    Is it really necessary to keep the water running?

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