Best Canadian artisan soaps...

Discussion in 'Shave Soaps' started by Rusty blade, Jun 29, 2015.

  1. Hobbyist

    Hobbyist Member

    Soapy Bathman is an excellent soap.
     
  2. brit

    brit Well-Known Member

    love the jm fraser's..
     
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  3. Yehuda D

    Yehuda D Israeli Ambassador to TSD

    Can Rockwell and Groom be considered artisan soaps? If so they’re awesome Canadian soaps!
     
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  4. ghostlife

    ghostlife Well-Known Member

    There's one called Like Grandpa that can be tough to search for because of the vague name, never tried it but my brother uses their soap and ASB

    https://likegrandpa.com/
     
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  5. Casey71

    Casey71 New Member

    Tallow & Steel
     
  6. RyX

    RyX DoH! Staff Member

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    I like how they kept the scents simple. No bizarre combos. One single scent, yet a choice of seven. Do you know which your brother uses?
     
  7. ghostlife

    ghostlife Well-Known Member

    Sandalwood. Unlike me he only owns one soap and aftershave :innocent
     
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  8. ghostlife

    ghostlife Well-Known Member

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  9. CastleShave

    CastleShave Well-Known Member

    Tallow + Steel
    First Canadian Shave Soap
    Jileks shaving soap
    Henry Et Victoria
    Crown Shaving
    Soapy Bathman
    Maol Grooming (Shaving soaps through Grooming dept & T+S)
    Razorock is manufactured in Italy but is in fact a Canadian company through Italian Barber that is located in Aurora Ontario
    Fendrihan(Subs our their soaps to numerous makers)
    Purely Skinful ( See Ruds Shaving review on BarBearShop)
    Like GrandPa
    Prohibition style
    Rockwell Shaving




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  10. brit

    brit Well-Known Member

    prohibition style whiskey soap is next on my list..
     
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  11. Rusty blade

    Rusty blade The Good Humor Man

    I have been enjoying the Henri et Victoria Cognac and Cuban Cigars. Great soap, nice slick lather, and a scent that is pure magic.
     
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  12. ghostlife

    ghostlife Well-Known Member

    Highland Springs Soap Co out of Cranbrook BC. Haven't tried yet but I'm eyeing the Kootenay Blue. They also make a softer croap labeled as "premium" in single-note scents.
     
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  13. jtspartan

    jtspartan Well-Known Member

    This is a pretty comprehensive list!
    The First Canadian (first owners, newer formula) is amongst my favourites for lather, and the Maximo Gomez is a great scent. Soapy Bathman is well known here in BC. I did find the balm I had burnt my skin, for whatever reason. Prohibition Style was a really tough lather for me, but the scent was pleasant.
    Elvado isn't on this list. I had the Lime, it was ok, but not a repurchase for me.
    I have ordered a Maol Grooming Splash, but not the soap.
     
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  14. ghostlife

    ghostlife Well-Known Member

    BC brush company Paragon Shaving sells a soap now, but it is listed as made in the USA... anybody know who might be making that for them?

    http://www.paragonshaving.com/soap
     
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  15. ghostlife

    ghostlife Well-Known Member

    These guys also sell sample size pucks which is nice... shipping is a bit high through their site, but I ordered a few from Stone Field Shave Co and will report back. I ordered both beef and deer tallow, they also make a bear tallow soap.
     
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  16. ghostlife

    ghostlife Well-Known Member

    My Purely Skinful samples arrived today, nice hard puck, generous size (24 g). Popped open the Fougere Mysterieuse (Beef tallow, discontinued scent?) on lunch break, mild pleasant smell, haven't lathered it yet.

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    They also sell shave sticks so you know if I like the performance I'll be ordering a few of those
     
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