Agent Shave New Arrivals from Phoenix and Beau

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Traditional wet shaving has just got even better at Agent Shave this week with the arrival of a new shaving soap from Phoenix and Beau, inspired by the North Norfolk coastline and NEW post shave lotions!

Trafalgar Shaving Soap

Phoenix & Beau Trafalgar Shaving Soap is the latest addition to their core range of tallow shaving soaps.

Phoenix and Beau Trafalgar Shaving Soap | Agent Shave

A bright, fresh and bold scent that is inspired by the soap-makers love of the English North Norfolk coastline. Phoenix and Beau have harnessed the sparkling green notes of birch and married them with fresh ozonic layers reminiscent of the cold north sea. Underpinning the accord is a subtle amount of rich and earthy samphire that hints at the creeks, harbours and dunes.

Made in Hitchin, England and supplied in a 4oz plastic tub.

Don't miss out on this first batch – available now £13.99!

Post Shave Lotion

The wait is finally over! Hand made in small batches the Phoenix and Beau post shave formula is alcohol free and heavily infused with soothing botanical extracts that tone, protect and nourish your skin. A refreshing lotion that leaves your skin nourished and ready for the day.

Free from parabens, sodium lauryl sulphates and artificial colours, these vegan friendly aftershave lotions are hand filled and finished with waterproof vinyl stickers.

Currently available in 3 scents:

  • Trafalgar – Green Birch, North Sea, Samphire

Phoenix and Beau Post Shave Lotion - Trafalgar | Agent Shave

Phoenix and Beau Post Shave Lotion - Imperial Rum | Agent Shave

  • Spitfire – Leather, Juniper, Tobacco

Phoenix and Beau Post Shave Lotion - Spitfire

Priced at £13.99 – don't miss out agents! If you see we go out of stock, these are extremely popular so check back soon. Made in small batches we will re-stock as soon as we can!

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