• RazoRock Acqua Shaving Cream Soap

  • $9.99

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  • *Acqua now uses are RazoRock Super Tallow Formula which includes Tallow, Shea Butter, Argan Oil, Aloe Vera and Lanolin, for unmatched post-shave and razor glide!

    A wonderful aquatic fragrance set in a classic Italian tallow-based soap that will inspire thoughts of summer on a magical Mediterranean island. Formulated to be used with a traditional shaving brush.

    Artisan Made in Italy

    Scent: The breeze off a Mediterranean island; aquatic marine notes, fruits, herbs, and woods.

    Size: 150ml(5oz)

    Ingredients: Aqua (Water/Eau), Stearic Acid, Cocos Nucifera(Coconut) Oil, Potassium Hydroxide,Sodium Hydroxide, Hydrogenated Lanolin, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea)Butter, Fragrance(Parfum), Argania Spinosa (Argan)Oil, Aloe Barbadensis Extract(Aloe).

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 15 reviews
    73%
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    M
    Matteo Ferla
    Addolcito!!!

    Sapone da una fragranza piacevole, lascia una pelle molto morbida, consigliato 👍

    J
    Jeremy

    Good shave soap. Provides a slick and comfortable shave with a pleasant aquatic scent. To my nose the scent seems to be inspired by D&G Light Blue and Armani Acqua di Gio.

    M
    Mike Rose
    Superior aquatic!

    All aquatic soaps should take influence from this one right here. It’s very simple, and something you could wear any occasion. It’s just a pure simple aquatic! Love it 🌊

    M
    Mr. Wilson
    Very Nice

    I was waxing nostalgic about some Portuguese Veleiro shaving cream that I had used a few years back and decided to pick this one up to see how it compared. Suffice it to say that it comes very close and does a great job. The scent is what I would style somewhere between "Acqua" and "Blue" and "Linen," whatever these descriptions really mean. Difference between this one and the Veleiro cream is that this one does not have any hint of mustiness; and while its described as a shaving cream, I would call this more of a soft soap. Loads well leading to face-lathering with a boar brush. I like the scent here a little bit more than its companion after-shave, which I also picked up at the same time.

    J
    JC
    Great smell and great performance

    I like the smell of this soap. It's not as strong as the Gold Soap and much better than the New York soap.

    Performance of this soap is the same as all the other Razorock soaps which are made in Italy. Way to go Razorock


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Customer Reviews

Based on 15 reviews
73%
(11)
20%
(3)
7%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
M
Matteo Ferla
Addolcito!!!

Sapone da una fragranza piacevole, lascia una pelle molto morbida, consigliato 👍

J
Jeremy

Good shave soap. Provides a slick and comfortable shave with a pleasant aquatic scent. To my nose the scent seems to be inspired by D&G Light Blue and Armani Acqua di Gio.

M
Mike Rose
Superior aquatic!

All aquatic soaps should take influence from this one right here. It’s very simple, and something you could wear any occasion. It’s just a pure simple aquatic! Love it 🌊

M
Mr. Wilson
Very Nice

I was waxing nostalgic about some Portuguese Veleiro shaving cream that I had used a few years back and decided to pick this one up to see how it compared. Suffice it to say that it comes very close and does a great job. The scent is what I would style somewhere between "Acqua" and "Blue" and "Linen," whatever these descriptions really mean. Difference between this one and the Veleiro cream is that this one does not have any hint of mustiness; and while its described as a shaving cream, I would call this more of a soft soap. Loads well leading to face-lathering with a boar brush. I like the scent here a little bit more than its companion after-shave, which I also picked up at the same time.

J
JC
Great smell and great performance

I like the smell of this soap. It's not as strong as the Gold Soap and much better than the New York soap.

Performance of this soap is the same as all the other Razorock soaps which are made in Italy. Way to go Razorock