We’ve Added a new Brewery to our List!

We have just joined forces with Großen Bart Brewery.  Great Beers and interesting concept!

Each of Großen Bart’s beers are associated with a different style of facial hair.The Brewers encourage you to hold the can shaped glass up to your face to see how you would look sporting all the unique facial hair styles!  Stop into their tap room and see what facial hair style works for you (or your better half.)  FSW created soap for two great beers –  Anker Amber Ale and Strip-Teaser Ale.

Großen Bart Brewery in Longmont CO has studied their Gluten sensitive friends, and are now using Clarity Ferm in their beers! The gluten protein present in beer is very proline-rich. Because this enzyme is a proline-specific protease, it chops up the gluten proteins so that people with sensitivities to gluten do not react adversely.

We have created two soaps to compliment their favorite Brews!

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New to our Men’s Collection

 

For those of you who prefer classic facial hair removal, FSW has now developed a shaving bar.  This bar is created with Castor Oil, Safflower Oil and Cocoa Butter for rich creamy lather and moisturizing.  The bar comes in its own cup or if you have your own cup, there is a refill which is just our shaving soap.  For the total experience, add pre shave oil and after shave.  Click to Shop

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Black IPA Complexion Bar

Beer soap is so great for your complexion.  The brewers yeast is an antibacterial agent and the vitamin B aids in moisturizing and repairing inflamed skin.  FSW has added activated charcoal and complexion loving essential oils to this beer soap for a well rounded complexion bar.  Artisan beer soap contains no detergents – a strong plus for any complexion bar.   This soothing bar features Sanita’s Brewing Black IPA.  Click to Shop

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Baby Bastille!

The origins of Castile soap go back to Middle East, where Syrian soap-makers have made bar soap based on olive and laurel oil for a thousand years.  It is commonly believed that the Crusaders brought Aleppo soap back to Europe in the 11th century, based on the claim that the earliest soap made in Europe was just after the Crusades, but in fact the Romans knew about soap in the first century CE and soap making was described as early as 300 CE.  Following the Crusades, production of this soap extended to the whole Mediterranean area. Early soap-makers in Europe did not have easy access to laurel oil and therefore dropped it from their formulations, thereby creating an olive-oil soap now known as Castile soap.  Bastille soap must be 70% olive oil with other oils added for various reasons.  Our Baby Bastille soap is 95% olive oil and 5% castor oil.  Castor oil adds fabulous moisturizing qualities and a dense creamy and stable lather.

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