Like their Allied counterparts, shaving was an important part of service life for Germans.  Gas masks don’t work with facial hair. While you’ll find pictures of soldiers in Alpine units, in the Kriegsmarines, and on the Ostfront to have facial hair, the general Soldat would not. German shaving items are similar to the American and British versions, although plastic / bakelite razors appear to be more popular, as were straight razors.

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  • 444 Aftershave Gel


    444 Aftershave Gel is a highly refreshing aftershave that soothe and softens skin.

  • Black Wood Handle Shaving Brush WW@

    Black Wood Handle Shaving Brush, WWII Style


    Our wooden handled shaving brush is perfect for softening those whiskers while out of the field.  This modern brush is the same style used during WWII and is good for display and for the actual shaving of your face.

  • German HU Towel with stripe, WWII German Army Reproduction

  • Green Terry Cloth Towel

  • Leather Shaving Strop


    You can’t get a good straight razor shave without a strop.  These are modern manufacture and genuine leather.

  • Luftwaffe Towel, WWII Reproduction

  • Merkur Bakelite Safety Razor, WWII Style


    New Merkur Bakelite Safety Razor, made in Germany by Merkur Solingen.

  • Nivea Cream

  • Nivea Cream, large size, WWII German


    Genuine Nivea cream in embossed tin.

  • Proraso Italian Shaving Cream


    Proraso Italian Shaving Cream give you a superior shave, in a period correct metal tube.

  • Rogerit Safety Razor Reproduction box w/ Safety Razor


    Grey faux- bakelite safety razor in reproduction Rogerit package- requires razor blades.

  • Rotbart Razor Blades


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