New Product: Lesismor Soap

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New Product: Lesismor Soap

Post by TRBeck » Sun Apr 13, 2014 2:26 pm

I have decided to begin selling my soap. I have posted about it some, although I have refrained from doing so for the past few months since I felt things were headed in this direction. Some members here have been involved in beta testing this soap over the past year; whether or not they choose to comment here is entirely up to them. However, I believe this is a high-quality soap, and it is all I have used since I made the first batch roughly one year ago. I will be selling the soaps only through this forum - my internet wetshaving home - to start, and perhaps in perpetuity, if it's enough to keep me busy. :wink:

I have referred to the soap variously as Lucky Seven, San Gabriel, and a few other names, but the official name for the product line going forward will be Lesismor Soap. At some point, I may end up making a shave cream, but for now, it's just soap. To launch the line, I am offering a small selection of soaps for sale via PM and Paypal.

The price is $12.50 for a 4 oz. soap, shipped CONUS. Outside the CONUS, we can negotiate a fair price to cover the difference in shipping.

Scents available:
Lavender (EO) - 13 remaining
Rose (FO) - 12 remaining
Almond (FO) - 0 remaining

What you get:
- 4 oz. of high-quality shaving soap
- 8 ingredients - (less is more)
- High-quality scents - I have spent months perfecting the essential-oil-based blends I prefer to use and selecting and blending only high-grade fragrance oils and aromachemicals when necessary

What you don't get:
- Expensive packaging - you're buying soap, not a bowl or box or tub
- Unnecessary fillers like clay, aloe vera, et al.
- Added glycerin, lanolin, or other potential skin irritants

Ingredients: Stearic acid, water, coconut oil, potassium hydroxide, sodium hydroxide, fragrance, kokum butter, sodium lactate


In addition to the above scents, I intend to offer a few FO scents, including violet and coconut, in the coming weeks. I have numerous EO scents planned, including both a bright citrus-vetiver blend and a darker, earthier vetiver. If you have a particular scent in mind, PM me to see if we can work out a way to make it happen.

PM if interested in purchasing.

Thanks!
Regards,
Tim

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Re: New Product: Lesismor Soap

Post by CMur12 » Sun Apr 13, 2014 2:47 pm

I was one of Tim's testers and I obtained more of his soap, in its final form, following testing. I used his soap almost exclusively for several months and I can say that it is at least as good as, and probably better, than any commercial product I have used. Of course, YMMV, but I am highly impressed with the fruits of Tim's very methodical experimentation and I think his soap is definitely worth a try.

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Re: New Product: Lesismor Soap

Post by Thalay Sagar » Sun Apr 13, 2014 3:03 pm

Like Murray, Tim was kind enough to let test run his soaps. I've been lucky enough to use a wide number of exceptionally high quality soaps and creams and can say with confidence that I haven't used anything better than what Tim makes. YMMV as to rankings, but you can buy with confidence that it will be a quality product.
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Re: New Product: Lesismor Soap

Post by churchilllafemme » Sun Apr 13, 2014 3:04 pm

I have an almond soap coming and am really looking forward to trying it.
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Re: New Product: Lesismor Soap

Post by Squire » Sun Apr 13, 2014 4:08 pm

Let us know how you like it John.
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Re: New Product: Lesismor Soap

Post by brothers » Sun Apr 13, 2014 5:10 pm

This is a very good day!
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Re: New Product: Lesismor Soap

Post by rsp1202 » Sun Apr 13, 2014 7:22 pm

Tim's Lime soap was terrific. He has everything zeroed-in just right. Highly recommended.
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Re: New Product: Lesismor Soap

Post by JRTASTER » Mon Apr 14, 2014 10:34 am

Tim,
Good Luck!
Enjoying wet shaving, again.
jr/John

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Re: New Product: Lesismor Soap

Post by brothers » Sat Apr 19, 2014 5:04 am

The generous chunk of Lesismor Rose arrived yesterday. The texture is soft and light, and the fragrance is all rose. Pretty sure it'll get the job done for me.
Gary

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Re: New Product: Lesismor Soap

Post by levente » Mon Apr 21, 2014 7:48 am

Gents,

I, too, was one of Tim's beta testers, and was so impressed with his product that I purchased several different flavors. These newest soaps are, if anything, even better than his earlier efforts. I concur with the assessments set forth above from Murray, Chris and Ron. I have not found a shave soap that performs better than Tim's. As an added bonus, Tim is blessed with a sophisticated nose, and the scents he uses for his soaps are terrific. Highly recommended.

Regards,
Basil

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