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post #91 of 141
Just started using Speick - good stuff and cheap.
post #92 of 141
Crabtree and Evelyn Nomad soap is great. I love it mutch more than Trumper's and Prorazo. The Occitane shaving soap is supposed to be rather good too.
post #93 of 141
can anyone recommend a soap and aftershave that does not leave a significant scent?
post #94 of 141
Check out Mitchell's Wool Fat.. luxury English brand that is has an extremely faint scent. Great soap.
post #95 of 141
Speick after shave is scentless and does a great job
post #96 of 141
My summer rotation consists of Acqua Di Parma, Santa Maria Novella and Tcheon Fung Sing Bergamotto Neroli. I'll throw a little DR Harris Arlington in for good measure every so often.
post #97 of 141
I've been using Penhaligon's Blenheim Bouquet cream since Father's Day and it's pretty amazing - I'd say on par with SMN, if not better. I understand it's ungodly expensive but (1) the glass jar with silver top is pretty and stays on my sink, (2) it lathers like crazy and I feel I will get two years of shaves out of that jar, and (3) it smells awesome
post #98 of 141
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

I've been using Penhaligon's Blenheim Bouquet cream since Father's Day and it's pretty amazing - I'd say on par with SMN, if not better. I understand it's ungodly expensive but (1) the glass jar with silver top is pretty and stays on my sink, (2) it lathers like crazy and I feel I will get two years of shaves out of that jar, and (3) it smells awesome

The BB cream is very good but the the soap is horrible. Pen's Opus is also a great cream. BB is one of my favorite scents, unfortunately, it smells terrible on me.
post #99 of 141
this is a relative question without the possibility of a definite answer.

Myself, I mostly come back to either Taylor of Old Bond Street or Trumpers, but I also like Penhaligons or DR Harris sometimes
post #100 of 141
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this is a relative question without the possibility of a definite answer.

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post #101 of 141
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Originally Posted by Mariooo View Post

this is a relative question without the possibility of a definite answer.
Myself, I mostly come back to either Taylor of Old Bond Street or Trumpers, but I also like Penhaligons or DR Harris sometimes

I like TOBS & Trumpers creams but not their soaps.
post #102 of 141
Been using Pre de Provence. I rather like it but it can be a bitch to get the lather just right. Very drying though.
post #103 of 141
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Been using Pre de Provence. I rather like it but it can be a bitch to get the lather just right. Very drying though.

PdP shouldn't be drying, are you using enough water?
post #104 of 141
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PdP shouldn't be drying, are you using enough water?

Well all soaps are more drying than creams. And my face sucks water like a sponge.
post #105 of 141
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

I've been using Penhaligon's Blenheim Bouquet cream since Father's Day and it's pretty amazing - I'd say on par with SMN, if not better. I understand it's ungodly expensive but (1) the glass jar with silver top is pretty and stays on my sink, (2) it lathers like crazy and I feel I will get two years of shaves out of that jar, and (3) it smells awesome

do you know where one could find this in the city?
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