Head Shaving Oil

Classic Barber Head Shaving Oil

Our Classic Barber shaving oil is reminiscent of an old time Barbershop with a fresh, crisp, and clean scent with notes of Bergamot and Basil.
  • The Classic Barber fragrance is a special blend of oils that produce a crisp and clean fragrance with notes of bergamot and basil. Close your eyes and feel as if you are sitting in the chair at your favorite barbershop.
  • Shaving Oil specifically formulated for shaving your head. Do you want a closer smoother shave? If so, our head shaving oil is just what you are looking for. A few drops is all you need, so a 1oz bottle will last a few months or more depending on your shaving routine.
  • Take your head shaving to a whole new level with Sir Hare head shaving oil. All you need is a razor, our oil, and your head. Put it in your cart, your heads wants it!

  • Ingredients: Grapeseed oil, Fragrant and Essential oils, vitamin E, tea tree oil

    Quantity: 1oz/30ml
  • Our oils are best used when you have 1-3 days of hair growth. The best way to shave is to hop in the shower and get your head wet with hot water. The hot water will soften the hair and also provide a surface to easily spread the oil across. Step away from the water and pull out the Sir Hare bottle of head shaving oil.

    Gently squeeze the bottle and put a few drops of oil in your hand. The size of a dime should be sufficient. Take your hands and rub the oil into your head like you are shampooing, you remember those days right? It will not feel like there is much on your head, but with the right combination of water and oil you will have a slick surface on your head that the razor will love to skate across.

    Start shaving and clean the razor with water every few passes. Now you are done and have a moisturized head with no irritation and it smells great.
  • Your scalp is sensitive and you are running a razor over it to shave. Protection is a must and our oils do exactly that. The oil creates a very thin layer of protection between your skin and the blades to allow for a extremely close shave, protect your head, and moisturize your dome

    The Romans were shaving with oil thousands of years ago and we have re-introduced it to modern civilization as a truly better way to shave