So I've been making soap for a bit now and decided to make my own shave soap. I followed the recipes that a member posted a while ago but changed a couple of things. The ingredients were originally stearic acid, coconut oil, potassium hydroxide and water. Funny my enough this is the same recipe for razorock Classic. They also however add sodium hydroxide in a smaller portion than the KoH. This would cause it to be a little more firm and last a bit longer. However my batch came out to around 32oz of soap. Yea.... It's a lot. I used the the ingredients above but changed it a bit to add Shea butter at 2% and threw I a table spoon of glycerin. Here's what it looked like when I was done I added a "very sexy for men" Victoria's secret fragrance at the desire of my wife (I was going to use lime essential oil) and the smell faded a bit because I added it early. Strange thing about a soap with this high of a stearic acid content (50%), it started to rise super fast and gelled super fast too. The verdict - a pretty freakin awesome shave soap, and man was it easy. I'm on a 24 hour shift but I'll show some lather pics when I get home. If anyone is interested in how to make it late me know and I'll give you the details!