Tallow based shaving soap is known for being very difficult to lather. Many users find that the only way to get a good lather is by using a brush with stiff bristles.

TL;DR

Tallow is a popular ingredient in shaving soap. Tallow is an animal fat derived from fat in beef, sheep, and other animals. Its composition is very similar to human fat, making it a great source of nutrition.

How Do You Use Tallow Shave Soap?

Wet your brush thoroughly. When you put it in the soap, it should still be wet. If you use the full sized shave bar, add a splash of water to your shave mug. You may need to press down harder than you think if you swirl your brush vigorously on the top of the shave soap. [0]

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What Does A Good Shaving Lather Look Like?

It seems the best performing lather should be wet enough to have shiny soft peaks, like yogurt, as opposed to dry, stiff peaks, like whipped cream. [2]

Is Tallow Good For Shaving?

Tallow is a popular ingredient in shaving soap. Tallow is an animal fat derived from fat in beef, sheep, and other animals. Its composition is very similar to human fat, making it a great source of nutrition. [3]

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Sources:

  1. https://texastallow.com/blogs/tallow/how-to-lather-your-tallow-shave-soap
  2. http://shavenook.com/showthread.php?tid=31597
  3. https://blog.fendrihan.com/2021/05/tallow-vs-glycerin-shaving-soap/

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