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Schaf Brushless Shave Cream

A fantastic, easy to use shaving cream from Toronto’s finest skincare company. This very lightly-scented blend of vegetable oils and aloe lubricates and nourishes your skin to ensure the best shave around. Not drying to the skin in any way, and free of any parabens, mineral oils, and other harmful chemicals. Designed to simply be rubbed onto the face with your hands, this cream does not actually lather into a foam, unlike basically every other cream. Highly recommended for those with sensitive skin or those seeking a perfume-free shaving experience. It’s vegan, if you’re into that. Comes in a 237 ml tub.

Use: After washing, or immediately after a shower, massage a small amount onto wet skin. Shave. Rinse with warm water.

About Schaf - The folks at Schaf are passionate about skincare, some would even say too passionate. They know the names of irritants that don’t belong in skin care better than they know the names of their own family, and nothing makes them happier than hearing from someone who’s skin they’ve helped improve.
Knowing that the average adult’s skin accounts for 20 lbs of their bodyweight inspired the folks at Schaf to protect it, and they formulate their products accordingly. The Schaf team’s ability to innovate is reflected in their response to the parking shortage at their office: they draw straws to see who rides the company bicycle to work for a week. Schaf is constantly improving and refining their formulas in subtle ways, which is a testament to their passion.

Ingredients: Deionized Water, Sodium Cocoyl Isothionate, Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe Leaf) Gel*, Vegetable Glycerin, Caprylic/Capric Triglycerides, Stearic Acid, Leuconostoc/Radish Root Ferment Filtrate**, Propanediol (Zemea)**, Emulsifying Wax, Sodium Hyaluronate, Cococaprylate, Mixed Tocopherols (Vitamin E), Allantoin.

CONTAINS NO: Parabens • Artificial Fragrances • Artificial Colors • Sulfates • Mineral Oil • Silicones • Phthalates • Propylene Glycol • Animal Byproducts • Gluten • Petroleum • GMOs