RazoRock - Santa Maria Del Fiore Sapone Da Barba

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This great performing cream from RazoRock is priced way below it’s performance.

This is RazoRock’s take on the classic Santa Maria Novella Tabacco Toscano Colonia scent.

Gently scented with tobacco, vanilla, amber, birch leaf, malt, bergamot, and jasmine

Ingredients: Stearic Acid, Aqua (Water/Eau), Cocos Nucifera(Coconut) Oil, Potassium Hydroxide, Sodium Hydroxide, Fragrance(Parfum), Eucalyptus Globolus Oil, Menthol, Camphor, Lanolin

Size: 250ml

Scent: Tabacco Toscano Colonia; think Toscano cigar with hints of vanilla, amber and a backdrop of eucalyptus and menthol.

Made in Italy

If you are ordering this soap in the summer months, please be aware that the soap is very soft and can melt and separate if left inside a hot postal truck or hot mailbox for an extended period of time. For those living in extremely hot climates like the southern USA (in the summer), it's probably best to order this product in the cooler months of the year where normal outside temperatures are below 80F.

This soap has very traditional packaging - a heavy glass jar and a special kraft labels. Kraft labels, although beautiful, are not waterproof so be careful not to damage the label if loading the brush directly on the soap... if you are care about these things :)

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Old Soap

Lot #02115 purchased in Feb 2020. I do not know how old it is but looks ancient, and opened and or used.

I cannot use a opened soap on my face so it is as good as trash to me. I contacted customer service the day of order which was over 10 days ago and no response as of yet now in March 2020.

My Dead Sea Soap from RazoRock / Italian Barber purchased in Feb 2020 is Lot #06318 and my other Santa Maria Del Fiore products are Lot #05918 for the splash.

The best I can do is this review for anyone who may be buying this great product. The shelf life should be a good few years on these soaps but if they are used and water is introduced to them they can be ruined.

Cheers!