Revolutionary Shower and Shaving Oil - 100% Natural
Soap can be drying, so we’ve carefully selected oils and combined them for their naturally beneficial properties, including those with high levels of Vitamins E & A, oils to heal and protect the skin, and oils to prevent bacterial growth within the hair follicle. Will reduce redness, prevent rashiness, and improve the appearance of skin while not clogging pores, making it a great option for anyone – men, women, and teens!
NEAT IS REVOLUTIONISING THE WAY YOU SHAVE!! New Zealand's first-ever shower & shaving oil will leave you beautifully moisturised immediately after shaving, and ensures the razor glides over the skin with ease while also preventing red rashes & bumps along the way. Pour a 10cent piece size puddle of shaving oil into your hand, rub together and apply oil to the area you wish to shave, massage in, and then shave as normal!
Or simply finish your shower with some oil all over before a quick rinse, and towel down – leaving you feeling moisturised for hours after you shower!
The refreshing scent of orange is uplifting and nourishing for the skin, aiding the repair of damaged skin cells and promoting collagen reproduction – all things essential for beautiful healthy skin!
Top tips for a smooth shave
Ensure skin is wet and warm before starting, cold skin will knick fast!
Make sure your the area you're shaving feels oily to touch once the oil is applied - if it's not a bit slippery you may need more oil.
Don't shave on dry skin, always use water
Use a clean and sharp razor
200ml Glass OR Plastic Lotion Pump, 500ml Glass Refill Bottle with screw lid (NO PUMP), or Sample Mini 20ml Glass Pump Bottle (great for travel, or a night away too!)
Buying the 500ml Glass pump bottle, saves you a whopping $10!! Note this option does not come with a pump as it's for refilling a 200ml bottle (these have a more efficient pump on them to ensure you don't unnecessarily over-use/waste product - the larger pumps that used to come with the 500ml bottle pump out too much product and you'd use it faster than necessary)