So, several years ago, I posted here about the use of Dr. Bronner's liquid soap as a shaving soap. The label on the bottle is an interesting fine-print read on morality, Godliness, and cleanliness, and basically promotes the use of this soap to clean everthing from baby bottoms to locomotives; and, the label says you can use 5-10 drops in your palm, spin it up with a brush, and SHAVE with it. I tried it, and, I will say that, expletives aren't a normal part of my vocabulary, but, I'm sure a few escaped my lips after I was done--that stuff lit me up with a burn that I have never before experienced! First, and last... So recently, I have become a regular user of Bronner's BAR soap in the shower, peppermint being my go-to choice. I enjoy the entire "ceremony" of wet-shaving at the sink/mirror, with one of my vintage Gillette TTO or three-piece safety razors when time allows, but more often than not, I end up shaving in the shower, spinning up some green-tube Bigelow (Proraso) in a plastic bowl, with an ancient boar-hair brush, and shaving-by-Braille with a five-blade Gillette cart razor. I ran out of Bigelow a few days ago, and decided to spin up some Bronner's from the soap bar, and shave with it. Whoa, Nellie! I was extremely pleased with this stuff! A nice, wet lather, with a lot of lubricity, which allowed a nice "feel" of my face while shaving, a finished shave that equaled any that I have ever done, and--NO BURN, or dryness! Several more tries, same results-- I'm going to have to think hard about getting more dedicated shaving cream or soap; I think I just became a convert! Bronner's bars are a bit pricier than "common" soaps (used Irish Spring for years, but only shaved with it a time or two, didn't care for it in that regard) but I like the feel and smell of it, and now, I can shave with it, too!