Rust Belt Reserve products feature luxurious ingredients blended with complex, expertly crafted, premium fragrances.
The Forest City Fern Story
No one's quite sure how Cleveland acquired the "Forest City" nickname, but it's generally thought to have come from a history of efforts and encouragement by city officials to plant shade and fruit trees. Having spent a great deal of time in our area's outdoor spaces, we're certainly grateful for our forefathers' efforts. Hiking through the trails of our local park hunting for fossils in creek beds with our kids, we were inspired to recreate the scent experience in our Forest City Fern shaving soap and splash. Forest City Fern is our take on a traditional Fougere. Over a dozen fragrance ingredients blend seamlessly, featuring a well-rounded lavender top end that gives way to an earthy, woody base.
Forest City Fern Shaving Soap
What's in it:
Tallow, kokum butter, avocado oil, cocoa butter, shea butter, stearic acid, coconut, glycerin, lanolin, coconut oil, goat milk, mallow extract, buckthorn extract, meadowfoam seed oil, Vitamin E, essential oils, fragrance oils, potassium hydroxide, sodium hydroxide (made by hot process),
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Forest City Fern Set
Rust Belt Reserve, Forest City Fern, and the riveted label are all trademarks of Shannon's Soaps, LTD.