Speick Shaving Soap Stick, 50g

4.22 out of 5 based on 9 customer ratings
(9 customer reviews)


Made in Germany

2 in stock

Product Description

Gentle on the skin

A shaving soap that’s gentle on the skin and ensures pure comfort. This is a product for shaving connoisseurs. It moisturises your skin and contains lavender oil for a relaxing effect. The blend of essential oils provides a natural aromatic experience. Even the smallest amount produces a rich, creamy lather.


  • Contains relaxing lavender oil
  • Does not contain preservatives
  • Free of mineral oil-based ingredients
  • Gluten and lactose free
  • Dermatologically and allergologically tested

Additional Information


Potassium Stearate
Sodium Stearate
Potassium Tallowate
Potassium Cocoate
Sodium Tallowate
Sodium Cocoate
Valeriana Celtica Extract
Lavandula Angustifolia Oil
Cetearyl Alcohol
Glyceryl Stearate
Tetrasodium EDTA
Tetrasodium Etidronate
CI 15850:1
Benzyl Salicylate

9 reviews for Speick Shaving Soap Stick, 50g

  1. 5 out of 5


    My first grown up shave soap and still my gold standard for slickness, ease of use, and value. Lathers effortlessly and has what is my idea of a classic barbershop scent — woody, powdery, lavender-y. The perfect travel soap and while it seems a missed opportunity that it doesn’t come in a plastic tube of some kind, in fact i just throw mine into my shaving kit as-is and it’s fine.

  2. 5 out of 5


    This is a great alternative soap for people who hate the smell of Tabac since it performs so similarly. I personally do not mind the smell of Tabac and have it in my rotation. I grate this soap into a bowl since I don’t like rubbing shave sticks on my face. It’s very hard, smashing it with your fingers is out of the question as is melting it since it’s tallow-based. It has a light sweet peppery aroma that is unlikely to either offend or thrill your senses, which is exactly what I like. It’s a very hard soap which should last a very long time. If you bought 2 of these sticks and the Maggard 4oz plastic tub you could have many great shaves for a very fair price. Has plenty of slick and cushion and a nice post-shave feel. I wet the top of the soap and brush before showering and then drip-drain (not squeeze) my boar brush and load for about 120 swirls to get plenty of soap on the brush then face-lather adding a few drops of water here and there to thicken it up. The soap is very business-like and functional and a great soap to add to a respectable rotation of anything the “artisans” are making these days. If you prefer rubbing shave sticks on your face this is a fantastic bargain! It’s also very small and easy to travel with.

  3. 5 out of 5


    Steve- November 29,2017

    This a good shave stick. I purchased the travel tube and the stick fits very nicely. I am getting ready to buy my third stick. I don’t repeat with a product unless I like it.

  4. 2 out of 5


    acceptable lathering, however it did not exactly create great shaves. The scent of the paper pamphlet was wonderful, but after a few shaves the scent turned into something very unpleasant that caused migraines.

    Did have good glide.

  5. 5 out of 5


    As a shower shaver, I really dig the Speick Shaving Soap Stick. I rub the soap stick on my beard stubble and then lather up with the brush directly on my face. Great lather, super-smooth initial “with the grain” shave. Great smell. Plenty of soap lather left on the brush for a second pass “across the grain”. It is my new “go to” shave soap. Amazing!

  6. 5 out of 5


    This is a classic, my grandfather used it 50 years ago. The scent is a kind of spicy lavender, a traditional gentleman’s scent. It is relatively cheap (of course even more so in Germany, where it made and available in most drugstores) and produces a really excellent lather, easily on par with much more expensive soaps. Really excellent value for money, and still one of my favourites.
    As it is only sold as a stick, the natural way to use it is face lathering: Rub the dry stick into the wet stubble until there is an even soap layer, then lather with a brush directly on the face, adding water as needed until you get a creamy, yoghurt-like lather. There should be enough lather in the brush for a second and third pass.
    If you find that too “messy”, grate it with a cheese grater and press the shavings into a tub / bowl, then use it like any other shaving soap, loading the brush on the soap.

  7. 5 out of 5


    Speick Shaving Soap Stick – 1.75oz is quite a nice shaving stick. As for use-ability, well it is challenging. Small handle and nearly 90% of product is exposed. The lather is a 10. If you like sticks this is an A+.

  8. 4 out of 5


    This was my first shave stick, and it took me a while to get used to it. After using it for a while I have grown to love this soap. It is my go to travel soap. One thing to note of speick is that none of their products really have the same scent, but all are great. To use the stick you just rub it all over your face, then build lather straight on your face. You can get very warm lather from this, but it does not produce the same volume as if i were to load my brush with a puck of soap or cream. The lather volume is not an issue though, as there is always enough soap on the brush for a second pass. When i first got the soap I didn’t like how it is just wrapped in foil, it was super inconvenient. After a week I discovered the soap fits perfectly in a medicine bottle. I’ve contacted Brad and Casie, and they tell me the soap should fit into the travel tube they have for sale, so i would recommend buying both. If it weren’t for the packaging I would give this soap a 5 star review

  9. 2 out of 5


    i like the smell a lot and maybe i am just not experienced enough with soup sticks but i found this product to be very messy and not easy to apply. i will be goign with cream next time

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