D. R. Harris Arlington Shaving Cream Tube, 75g

D. R. Harris Arlington Shaving Cream Tube, 75g

D. R. Harris Arlington Shaving Cream Tube, 75g

Regular price $32.00
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D. R. Harris Arlington Shaving Cream is a top quality, concentrated shaving cream formulated with a high proportion of glycerine for an extra soothing and moisturising shave. Lightly fragranced with Arlington, a classic blend of citrus and fern. Best used with a shaving brush.
  • Moisturising shaving cream.
  • Suitable for all skin types.
  • Lightly fragranced with Arlington, a blend of Citrus and Fern.
  • Also available in a larger 150g bowl.
  • Made in the UK.

Squeeze out an almond sized amount and use a shaving brush to work up a lather. Apply to beard and wait 2 minutes to allow hair to soften. Cream may also be applied directly to the face and worked into a lather using your fingers. Shave in the same direction as hair growth. Rinse with cool water.

Aqua (Water), Stearic Acid, Myristic Acid, Potassium Hydroxide, Coconut Acid, Glycerin, Triethanolamine, Parfum, Sodium Hydroxide, Citral, Farnesol, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Great premium cream

A mate heard I really liked the Arlington soap, so flicked me the rest of his tube. This is pretty much the same stuff in a cream.

Smells and performs as well as the soap, and I do love the smell. It is a soft rather than sharp citrus. Reminds me of Lemon Thyme, as it was a mossy edge to it. I'm keen on trying the cologne, as I think this would be a great summer fragrance.

When I reviewed the soap, I found it needed a week or so to get going, and take on a bit of moisture, that helps load the brush better. If soaps aren't your thing or too much fuss, then the cream is just as good, and quicker.

I've taken off a star for price, like the other premium brands this is pricey for a cream, and despite that Harris skimp by putting a cheap sticker on generic tubes . A petty quibble perhaps, but you shouldn't see corners cut on premium stuff.

Despite that, I'd recommend Harris. I've tried a lot of creams and soaps, and while this performs no better (or worse) than the stuff I really like, it works very well. If you like the scent, as I do, then you just buy less stuff to be able to have this.