Hello! So we come to the finale, the final review from this. It’s taken a while but we finally got to the end! Today we’re looking at the Zew for men Charcoal Beard Soap.

This cute little bar of beard soap cost me £3.99 and its my first time using a beard soap. Now it’s a bit weird at first using a bar of soap to wash your beard, but it works really well! I basically hold the soap in my hand and rub it all over my chin until it lathers. It lathers realllly quickly and you can get it nice and deep in your beard for a proper cleansing wash.

As it’s my first time using a beard soap, I wasn’t exactly sure what to expect. I always thought a bar of soap would be shit but it really isn’t. There are a few companies who make some really nice organic bars of soap, for body and hair. Although the general consensus is that regular shampoo will be better for the hair on your head. Personally, I prefer using shower gel and a loofah but I do like a good exfoliating bar of soap!

We’re deviating.

Zew for Men has this to say about it’s charcoal soap:

‘Natural beard soap with charcoal from the Bieszczady Mountains. Charcoal is known for its detoxifying, cleansing and antibacterial properties. The formula contains mango butter to strengthen your beard and leave facial skin moisturized and smooth. Shea butteris known to effectively soothe irritations. Nourishing cocoa butter, with its potent antioxidant activity, makes your beard hair look shiny and smooth. Betaine, recommended for sensitive skin, leaves it supple and elastic.’

Zew products are made in Poland and feature a lot of natural ingredients. They do a wide range of products ranging from shaving products to beard products.


To summarise, give a beard soap a go! You’ll probably be surprised at how good they work. Zew for men make a fantastic soap, so give them a go if you like!

Check out the beard soap here!

Check out the rest of the range here!

Until next time