Shave Stein: Backyard Laundry
Shave Stein: Backyard Laundry
Shave Stein: Backyard Laundry

Shave Stein: Backyard Laundry


Back in 1911, Gilbert Toyne, a local Geelong blacksmith, first invented the Rotary Clothes Hoist in Melbourne Australia. Since then, Damp Laundry has been hung out to dry in back yards, high up off Manhattan skyrises and seen blowing in wind through many a countryside..

There is something so distinct and  indulging with the smell of fresh laundry that has spent hours blowing in a breeze. Crisp dress shirts, bed linens and beach towels all seeping with aromas of fresh summer, with fond memories of  running under the draping clothes as a kid.

Taking the time to Clip wooden pins to the wire line to secure your most treasured wardrobe in hopes that summer can offer a gentle breeze and capture this one of a kind fragrance. We have done our best to infuse this scent into this special batch. We think Gilbert would strongly approve!

  • Versatile 3-in-1 can be an aftershave or moisturizer!
  • Made w/ coconut oil, honey+tallow leaving skin hydrated+ refreshed.
  • Handcrafted small batches= fresher cream+ingredients.
  • Made /w nutrient rich ingredients perfect for all skin types.
  • Aluminium stein. Durable. Refillable. Reusable.
  • No need for alternative Mug, bowl or skuttle. 

International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients (INCI) system:

Ingredients: Water, Cocos Nucifera (coconut oil), Elaeis Guineensis, Butyrospermum Parkii , Olea Europaea and Ricinus Communis, (soap) Honey Apis (Honey), Tallow, Sodium Bicarbonate, Parfume, Propylene Glycol, Diazolidinyl Urea, Iodopropynyl Butylcarbamate

This is the Celebration of Manhood. This is the Luther Lather experience.

Luther Lather Shaving Creamery is a privately owned shop that churns out MicroBatch Luxe Shave Cream. Luther Lather is fiercely dedicated to bringing back the swagger of well-groomed Gentlemen by way of the proper wet shave. #Thisisthecelebrationofmanhood

Note: Because the cream is made with little preservatives, it is susceptible to melting in extremely hot temperatures. If this happens just place it in the fridge for an hour or two to thicken and cure by then it should be back to normal. Store the jar always in a cool dry space.