The times when men tried to impress the surroundings with their messy appearance and lifestyle are luckily long gone now. The 21st century guy is just pretending that he doesn’t care about his appearance. And if he claims otherwise, it’s probably coquetry. That is why he grows a long beard and asks the barber to trim it a little bit crookedly to look as if it was modelled with a blunt axe during breaks in cutting the forest or drilling the mountain tunnels. When the beard is properly taken care of, it is good to wash it every few years. And it was in terms of celebrating these festive moments that the Mountaincrusher has emerged.
We believe that deep down every man wants to be beautiful, handsome and well-groomed, although he does not always want to / know how to admit it. But if, however, he is already taking some steps to do so and he sometimes proudly strokes a groomed moustache or beard in front of the mirror, it would be good for someone to pay attention to this glow, right? There is a chance that the guy will simper then and claim that he was just born that way, it was not his fault and that all of this happened without any interference, but we know the truth. He probably has already managed to meet the Mountaincrusher and discovered the beneficial effect this bar has on hair and facial hair.
The composition of the Mountaincrusher is similar to our hair soap’s – it is characterized by a high content of castor oil, which owes its fame to incredible power: it nourishes, strengthens and gently polishes the hair. It is responsible for intense and creamy foam. So first of all – the Mountaincrusher cultivates and strengthens the beard. Secondly – it smells beautifully. It is thanks to the use of natural essential oils: lavender, pine, mint. The combination of these three oils gives a slightly forestal, a bit floral (but be calm, without exaggeration) and refreshing effect. A man using the Mountaincrusher is, therefore, not only surprisingly clean, but also delicately fragrant. Smelling naturally and a bit mysteriously.
But this is not all – the oils used in the Mountaincrusher have a strong antiseptic and bactericidal effect. And it just so happens that the male beard is a place where bacteria find perfect conditions for unfettered development (do you remember yesterday’s kebab with garlic sauce at 4:00 in the morning? Don’t you remember? We thought so…).
Summing up. By washing your beard, moustache and favourites with the Mountaincrusher, you care about the condition and good look of your beard and about cleanliness and hygiene; you smell beautifully and feel like a hero.
Properties and composition:
Coconut oil – has antiseptic, nourishing and antifungal properties, in the soap it is a natural foamer.
Shea butter – regenerates the skin and soothes it, soothes various types of irritation.
Olive oil – leaves the skin soft, smooth and firm and partly protects it from the negative effects of UV rays.
Castor oil – is antibacterial, strengthens hair, gives them shine and accelerates hair growth.
Peppermint essential oil – has antiseptic and anti-acne properties, has a positive effect on mood and energizes.
Pine essential oil – has antioxidant, tension relieving and anti-inflammatory properties – useful in counteracting the effects of skin diseases.
Saponified: coconut oil, shea butter, olive oil, castor oil, pine essential oil, peppermint essential oil, Annato dye, lavender essential oil.
Put the bar under a stream of water, soak it in your hands several times to get a foam and cleanse the hair and/or the facial hair. The soap is also suitable for washing the whole body and for shaving.
Weight: 110 g
Bar dimensions: Approx. 8x5x3 cm
Shelf life: 2 years
Sodium Cocoate, Sodium Shea Butterate, Sodium Olivate, Sodium Castorate, Pinus Sylvestris Oil, Mentha Piperita Oil, Lavandula Angustifolia Flower Oil, Annato, Linalool*, Limonene*, Geraniol*
*-natural essential oils components
Our soaps are made by hand using the cold method. We don’t use machines and complicated algorithms – the whole process is pure craft. Each bar is therefore slightly different and doesn’t always look like the one in the picture. If you notice a slight white coating on the top edge of the soap – don’t worry – it’s just pure glycerine which precipitates during the saponification process.
Vegan cosmetic – a product created without the use of raw materials of animal origin.