Tcheon Fung Sing Shaving Soap - Pantarei
TFS Pantarei 100ml shaving cream
Born from an idea of Alessandro Pistoia, dedicated to our greater island, a manna shaving cream that generates a protective and enveloping micro-bubble foam with the aroma of citrus fruits of sicily expertly mixed with small grain, patchouli and greedy notes of caramello e chocolate.
INGREDIENTS / INGREDIENTS: Stearic Acid, Aqua, Cocos Nucifera Oil, Potassium Hydroxide, Sodium Hydroxide, Parfum, Alpha Isomethyl Ionone, Benzyl Benzoate, p-tert-Buthyl-alpha-methylhydrocinnamic aldehyde.
Tcheon Fung Sing THE STORY:
Turin is the city that saw the birth of the Tcheon Fung Sing in the 1945. A difficult name to pronounce and clearly oriental, which tells the story of the first Chinese who opened an activity in this city.
A small company that produced vegetable shaving soaps and sold three-hole razor blades manufactured in Solingen (Germany) with a trademark Tcheon Fung Sing. The founder of the same name arrived in Italy in the 1930 where he married an Italian woman with whom, at the end of the war, he put his knowledge of soap to use and started producing, following the dictates of ancient art and tradition craft, shaving creams. A company that has the taste of ancient rituals and traditions, which is the traditional shaving that is now coming closer to new generations. A fragment of Torinese history that smacks of mystery and fortunately not yet lost emotions.
After the founder and his wife, the company passed to the heirs: first the daughter, Gabriella Tcheon, and now the niece Paola Barilecarry on this path. therefore women who innovate and produce the most masculine of toiletries ... shaving soap!
Generations of women who have succeeded in renewing the product line while maintaining production in harmony with nature, using only raw materials of vegetable origin refined without preservatives and the artisan manufacturing processes, experimenting with original formulas but above all with unexpected fragrances that only a woman can dare.
The brand is now abbreviated with the acronym TFS, exports throughout Europe and North America.