(SCRATCH & DENT) RazoRock Alum Block With Plastic Travel Container
*NO LABEL, BLOCK OFF COLOR, DOES NOT AFFECT THE ALUM.
RazoRock Alum Block With Plastic Travel Container
We believe we have done it again...RazoRock brings you the Highest Quality & Best Value alum block on the market.
RazoRock is a multipurpose product, primarily used as a post-shave healer and antiseptic tool that is made from naturally occurring potassium alum mineral salts. It's antiseptic properties calm razor burn and soothe irritation, help to stop bleeding in the event of a minor nick or cut, and close skin pores leaving the skin smooth and tight.
Size: 90g (3.2 oz)
Packed in a handy plastic travel container
Made in The Philippines
As an after shave... Razorock's antiseptic properties calm razor burn and soothe irritation, helping to stop bleeding in the event of a minor nick or cut, and close skin pores leaving the skin smooth and tight.
As a deodorant... RazoRock is a very effective bactericide. Apply RazoRock under arms right after bathing for odor protection lasting up to 24 hours. RazoRock inhibits the growth of bacteria responsible for causing body odor and does not interfere with the normal perspiration of the skin.
As a facial toner for oily skin and acne... Simply Moisten RazoRock and rub it gently over facial blemishes, acne and oily skin. It is best to use overnight while you sleep.
As an odor remover... RazoRock will instantly remove the odor of fish, garlic or onion when hands are washed with it under running water. It can also be used on feet, when foot odor is a problem.
RazoRock will last from many months up to a year, depending on use, making it very economical.
RazoRock is a natural and environmentally friendly product, completely biodegradable, without any noxious gases or other chemical substances.
Potassium Alum mineral salts have a long history of safe usage in a variety of products such as the preparation of flour and cheese, oral health products as an astringent, water clarification, seafood preservation, and pickling. It's use can be traced back over 4000 years.