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Captain Fawcett's Vegan friendly Shaving Brush

Posted on February 26, 2019 by Captain P. Fawcett

I say!  Did you know that Captain Fawcett’s Synthetic Fibre Shaving Brush not only whips up a superb lather, it is splendidly vegan-friendly?  ‘Now, hang on there a moment old chum,’ you may well exclaim, ‘but I expect only the very best from Captain Fawcett and therefore must admit I was under the distinct impression that the very best shaving brushes are crafted using the finest Badger hair.  Do explain!’

Now, there you would be right. At least, historically speaking.  For traditionally the very best shaving brushes were, indeed, made with the hair of farmed Badgers by virtue of the cuticle’s excellent water retaining properties.  And until recently the quality of Badger Hair was unparalleled thereby presenting a considerable dilemma for a gentlemen rethinking his grooming routine yet reluctant to compromise the closeness of his shave.

Fear not chaps!  For the ingenious bods in the backroom have put some considerable research, not to mention jolly hard work, into coming up with a rather fine alternative and thus have developed a synthetic fibre possessing incredibly soft tips beneficial to those with sensitive skin whilst replicating the brush properties required for a superb shave.  All hail the unflagging spirit of invention!

When used in conjunction with the Captain’s vegan shaving cream the brush will produce a luxuriant, rich and voluminous lather enabling the closest of wet shaves.

To further enrich the contemplative nature of a steamy shave, the brush handle is made of sustainably sourced wood which is, quite naturally, a simple pleasure to hold.

Hirsute chums will be delighted to know that all Captain Fawcett beard oils and beard balms are also vegan friendly, as is Ricki Hall’s Booze and Baccy Eau de Parfum.  Furthermore, Captain Fawcett’s Emporium stocks all manner of items the modern vegan gentleman can be absolutely confident in choosing.

In fact, during my travels I make notes on the intriguing properties of plants from Bognor to Brazil, many of which I now use in my botanical concoctions, so you may rest assured I shall be writing more about my findings and how they are used in the future.

Shave on. 

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