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Lite Flite Shave Cream

A classic brush-on shaving cream with Menthol, Camphor and Lavender Essential Oil.

Lite Flite Shave Cream

A classic brush-on shaving cream with Menthol, Camphor and Lavender Essential Oil.

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Experience the ultimate in classic shaving with our brush-on shaving cream with Menthol, Camphor and Lavender Essential Oil. Our non-greasy shaving cream helps soften your beard for a traditional, close shave.
  • Softens beard for the ultimate experience in traditional shaving with a brush
  • Soothes and calms skin while preparing it for a closer shave
  • Formulated as a brush shaving cream with the emollient feel of a brushless shaving formula
  • Formulated with Camphor, Menthol and Lavender Essential Oil
  • Suitable for sensitive skin
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Key Ingredients
Camphor

Camphor

Derived from an eastern evergreen tree, Camphor is known to give a cooling effect to the skin. It is commonly used in skincare products for oily skin.

Menthol

Menthol

Menthol is an invigorating ingredient known to provide an instant refreshing feeling to skin.

Lavender Essential Oil

Lavender Essential Oil

Lavender Essential Oil is an aromatic oil known for its soothing properties. In our formulas, we use Lavender Essential Oil that is steam distilled.

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Experience the ultimate in classic shaving with our brush-on shaving cream with Menthol, Camphor and Lavender Essential Oil. Our non-greasy shaving cream helps soften your beard for a traditional, close shave.
  • Softens beard for the ultimate experience in traditional shaving with a brush
  • Soothes and calms skin while preparing it for a closer shave
  • Formulated as a brush shaving cream with the emollient feel of a brushless shaving formula
  • Formulated with Camphor, Menthol and Lavender Essential Oil
  • Suitable for sensitive skin
Print
How to Use:
Print
Camphor

Camphor

Derived from an eastern evergreen tree, Camphor is known to give a cooling effect to the skin. It is commonly used in skincare products for oily skin.

Menthol

Menthol

Menthol is an invigorating ingredient known to provide an instant refreshing feeling to skin.

Lavender Essential Oil

Lavender Essential Oil

Lavender Essential Oil is an aromatic oil known for its soothing properties. In our formulas, we use Lavender Essential Oil that is steam distilled.

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Lite Flite Shave Cream is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 26.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Dont bother I changed from Taylor of Bond Street. It was half the price of this, no difference in performance and Taylor smells great. I wont be buying again.
Date published: 2018-10-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from no 8 oz size you don't have the 8 oz size available on the website - why?
Date published: 2018-09-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great shaving cream Well, the best thing about this stuff is that it moisturizes my face while I'm shave. Not the best scent in the world...it also conditions the hair on my brush. Just wish it came in bigger sizes.
Date published: 2017-02-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great shaving foam I have been using Lite Flite for a year now and can't imagine using a different product. It lathers well and has reduced the razor burn I have suffered from ever since I began wet shaving.
Date published: 2016-05-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Must Have! Amazing product, minus the smell. Seriously, this stinks; however, it works like a charm. This product requires a brush, which in my opinion is required to shave regardless, but it aids in the perfect shave so well. Works best with the use of a pre-shave oil ahead of time on warm skin. You'll want to make sure the brush you have it warm from hot water as well. After lathering up, shave it off. Follow with an aftershave.
Date published: 2016-04-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Alternative to Coffee This is my first review here and I usually do not review cosmetics but this product blew my mind! I hate shaving because I have a very sensitive skin. I get rash afterwards, ingrowing hairs etc - you name it I get it. Few days ago I have bought this shaving cream and I was pleasantly surprised - the tingly effect makes you wake up straight away! It is very refreshing! Better than your morning coffee lol But the results are even better - it makes your skin very lubricated! Which allows the blade to slide nicely and only cut the hair - not your skin. Washes nicely and makes my skin feel like baby's but :} Perfect product. Will I buy it again - yeah!
Date published: 2016-02-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So glad it's back! A great product that does what it's supposed to do. I don't find it to have any scent at all, and a very tiny amount turns into more than sufficient lather. I'm probably doing it wrong - I tap the end of my brush into the jar, run it under a slow stream of hot water, then lather up. I'm sure there's more efficient ways, but I can make one jar last for four months, my brush is easy to clean, and I get a good, smooth, close shave. The only con is that it's very hard to find outside of actual Keihl's stores. Fortunately there's one at the mall near my house so it was a minimal inconvenience (I didn't have a regular person at the department store where I used to buy Keihl's anyway).
Date published: 2015-09-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Probably the Best Yes first off, the smell. This isn’t T&H’s 1805. To me it smells closest to Elmer’s glue. It’s not bad per se, it’s just not great. I think it’s an acquired smell and I’ve come to be comforted in the smell. The tingly feeling is great and this has produced the least amount of razor burn I’ve experienced. Make sure you know how to lather also – because this cream requires very, very little and that mitigates the smell. Plus for me, I always follow up with things that smell good so it doesn’t really matter to me. The ingredients produce a nice cooling, tingle effect on the face that really makes a difference. I know there are schools of thought that say to stay away from that type of stuff in shaving cream because it actually causes your pores to close and all that, but the soothing benefit far outweighs any non-perceptible changes in my pores. A bit about myself. I used an electric shaver for pretty much as I’ve shaved – mmm maybe 13 years? For the past year I’ve been experimenting in the whole wet shave thing. I’ve come to view it kind of like minimalist running – why bother? I know people cite you get a closer shave, but that’s not my experience. My top of the line, self-cleaning Braun gets just as close. I’ve used straight razors, safety double-edged, and everything up to 6-blades. Not one is as convenient as an electric shaver. This is not to say that I don’t enjoy the whole process of a wet shave. It’s more relaxing and my night time skin ritual is kind of like my meditation time; it’s very cathartic and allows me to rebalance. I’m sure I’m not alone on this. I have acne-prone, oily skin and to top it off, I get razor burn by thinking about shaving. Pre-shave oils, no matter how they claim to not clog pores, always clogs my pores. I’ve tried many different shaving creams and thrown many away. Honestly in that throwaway list resides the Blue and White Eagle from Kiehl’s. Those were useless for my face and took days to recover from that razor burn. Oh well, I tried. There are three that I like: Truefitt & Hill’s 1805 (like every male on the planet who has tried it), AoS’s Kelp, and this. Far and away this provides me with the better shave. If you don’t know how to lather, I suggest you spend a couple hours researching on the YouTube and Badger & Blade. I thought I knew what I was doing and I most certainly did not. I’m not going to get into here, but once I finally figured out how to properly lather my brush in my bowl this became the stuff of legends. It’s not the best smelling shaving cream – we’ve established this. Is it the worst? Actually it may very well be. But it’s not disgusting… it’s just not nice. Also, if lathered properly the smell is mitigated and the softer medicinal smells are released. I prefer a shaving bowl so I swirl a damp brush lightly in the tub of shave cream for about 15 seconds. When I take my brush out it looks like it has almost nothing on it. I then proceed to whip up the lather in a shaving bowl with about one half teaspoon of hot water. After a minute or so I have enough lather to last the whole shave. Also make sure you when you apply it on your face to take time to continue to lather on your face. Rushing will get you nowhere, plus the added time allows the hair to soften and prepare your skin. Shaving is a joy with this cream and I never need to worry about my razor clogging when I properly lather, and I have never cut myself with this lather. All this being said, I think I will be switching back to my electric. I find that if I don’t wash my face after I shave (no matter with what cream or method) I have a greater tendency to breakout. So I struggle with washing my face before and after a wet shave and often just wash after with is like blasphemy if you ask the ‘pros.’ I never wash before my electric shaver and it always gives me a close, razor burn free shave. I then cleanse afterwards with a clarisonic and my skin is perfect. As long as I continue to keep up cleansing, I can keep my acne at bay. It’s a matter of finding what works with your skin. After a year of heavy experimentation in the wet shave world I’ve discovered that this shaving cream combined with a two-blade safety razor, followed by the blue herbal line, works best for my face. But I still don’t see a point continuing to wet shave. Maybe I can continue to get more proficient on the straight razor and “treat” myself on weekends. I don’t know. Regardless, as far as shaving creams go, this has my skin’s endorsement as the best for sensitive shaves.
Date published: 2015-03-12
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Aloha, does you shaving cream contain coconut oil?

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Does this product have propylene glycol?

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I can't get lite flight in stores. Are you discontinuing this product?

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Does this product contain alcohol?

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