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Martin de Candre Artisan Shaving Soap Samples

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


1/4oz Sample Size of Martin de Candre shaving soap

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Product Description

Saponification made with heat action, in the traditional way in Martin de Candre atelier, with 100% vegetal and potash oils. Thanks to its 40 years of experience, they guarantee a perfected process. This process allows excellent keeping of the soap without needing any conservatives. A luxurious, efficient and long-lasting product.

NOTE:  Martin de Candre Soaps are extremely hard, and tend to “crumble” due to their extreme density and lack of water content.  This means a sample of MdC might last 10+ shaves; but, it’s a challenge to transfer it from your sample container into the bottom of a bowl/mug.  This CAN be transferred with some effort.  Just pack it down hard onto your mug/bowl with the back of a thick/sturdy spoon.

Each container is hand packed by a member of Maggard Razors.

Each *1/4 oz jar will be filled approximately to the bottom of the threads.  The sample will be enough for several shaves!

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Original, Agrumes, Fougere, Rose, Vetyver

1 review for Martin de Candre Artisan Shaving Soap Samples

  1. 5 out of 5


    Hype is a dangerous thing – it creates interest and demand but also high expectations. This is the most hyped soap I have read about, but I am a bit skeptical by nature so my expectations were not crazy high. I was not disappointed. The lather was easy, smooth and fluffy (not foamy). It feels luxurious and makes for an easy, great shave. The original smells like Noxzema or maybe Proraso Green, so pleasant enough but not special. The Fougere is the star in my book, the rose is very good and the Agrumes is very mild but nice enough. The samples are a bit expensive but so is the full size soap. This seems like a soap that goes a long way (based on how long the samples are lasting) so it is not as bad a value as it first appears. At least try one sample to see what you have been missing!

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