Col Conk Rio Grande Lavender Natural Shave Soap, 2.25oz

5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)


2¼ oz and 2.5″ in diameter

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Product Description

Rio Grande Lavender is a bold blend of Lavender essential oils.

Natural, nutrient rich, long lasting soap creates a creamy, dense lather with micro bubbles.  Cleans, lubricates, and protects skin.

Made in the USA in small batches!

Made with exclusive blends of essential oils, natural ingredients, no dyes, no synthetic fragrances, no animal testing, Colonel Conk’s tried and true shaving products enter the 21st century with a clean, natural product line.  These products continue our tradition of high quality, no-frills wet shaving, trusted and enjoyed for decades.

Need a place to store your new shaving soap?  We’ve checked to make sure this soap puck fits  in our 4oz Empty Jars that we currently have available! Add one to cart below for only $1.75!

Ingredients: Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil,  Glycerin, Propanediol, Sodium Stearate, Potassium Cocoate, Water (Aqua), Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexylglycerin, essential oils.

1 review for Col Conk Rio Grande Lavender Natural Shave Soap, 2.25oz

  1. 5 out of 5


    I’ve often thought of the Colonel Conk brand as a sort of Rodney Dangerfield of the wet shaving world. It doesn’t seem to get a lot of respect, although they’ve been around for decades and must have a large and quiet following.

    The new natural line of soaps is a step up for the brand. This is a surprisingly nice soap with very good slipperiness and good cushion. It lathers up very nicely and gives a rich lather as long as you add water sparingly. In my experience, this is not a thirsty soap. I will plan on buying it again. If you are a fan of lavender, as I am, you’ll find the fragrance spot on and very similar to B&M’s Latha Lavanda. This is definitely worth a try.

    BTW, pick up one of the black plastic jars to manage the puck. They are sturdy and a much better approach than trying to manage the soap in its plastic packaging.

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