I got the following soap at a craft show in my area. The owner is in my neighboring town and makes all kinds of handmade soaps with 100% natural products, essential oils, etc. Among her products was a Eucalyptus Cedarwood Shaving Soap. Here is a link to view the product. http://www.artfire.com/ext/shop/product_view/4332339 Ingredients: Saponified oils (Lard, coconut, olive, castor, sunflower) cocoa butter, evening primrose, eucalyptus essential oil, cedarwood essential oil, betonite clay. Pros: The soap is all natural, reasonable price, (4.00) and great quality. The scent is amazing. I would carry it around and smell it all day if I could. Here is a pic of the lather I got using a cheap (5.00 brush) which is the only brush I have at the moment. I got about twice the amount shown in the pic. I did a 20 second spin on the soap puck. The best I could get was a nice slippery foam. It did better when I massaged it on my face with my finger tips. Still not a great lather. Is this a trial and error thing or do some soaps just lather this way? Another benefit is that it left my feeling very soft and refreshed.