Mickey Lee Soapworks | Lime Preshave Butter

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

CAD $13.99

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From Mickey Lee Soapworks

A preshave different from most…not a soap or a liquid. But a butter.

Our preshave looks like butter and acts like butter. It is a semi-solid mixture of rich, skin loving oils that will help moisturize your skin and add some extra slickness to your shave.

How to use:  Simply dampen your skin and take a fingertip-size amount (more if you’re shaving a larger part of your body). Rub the butter between your palms to melt and then apply to area to be shaved. Add a little more water to your skin and you’re ready to go.

Bonus, this also makes for a very nourishing moisturizer!

* Due to the weather heating up, the contents may melt in transit and this product may arrive in a liquid state. While the product will retain its effectiveness, the whipped texture will change to a more dense texture when it has cooled. Please exercise caution when opening if it has been in the heat and be aware of the weather in your area when ordering. 

2 reviews for Mickey Lee Soapworks | Lime Preshave Butter

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Lil’ Shaver

    Absolutely love this product with the exception being it leaves an oily residue behind, which I don’t like to have to deal with on my razor. Still, I feel this adds to the shave much more for the better!!

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    LeafBear

    Love the scent, great lime scent for the summer.

    Performance wise it helps your razor glide across your face making for a smoother shave. I like that this preshave butter is solid. It makes less of a mess in the sink when compared to liquid preshave oils.

    With regards to the review above that suggests it leaves an oily residue on the razor. I don’t find this to be a problem. I wet my face and then apply the butter after rubbing it between my palms. I let it soften my stubble while I’m lathering my soap (about 45 seconds to a minute) and then I wet my face with some water to remove some of the excess preshave before applying my soap.

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