Having sensitive skin, I've had to deal with razor burn from the moment I began shaving. I've always preferred a wet shave and this has encouraged me to seek out the products that performed the best and caused the least irritation. Throughout the years I've tried countless different razors and a multitude of different creams, gels, and after shave balms. I found the Mach 3 caused far too much irritation and that the Sensor Excel worked the best. For me, gels worked better than creams and foams. I tried Clinique's Post Shave Healer, but that didn't work quite as well as Gillette's product, and at nearly four times the cost, I decided to stop using it. I recently noticted Nivea For Men products and have just returned home with the Sensitive After Shave Balm and Sensitive Shaving Gel. Directly on the products they print 'Unscented,' which is what I wanted. As I read the ingredients I noticed the last item listed is 'Fragrance (parfum).' Will someone please explain how a product that contains fragrance can claim to be unscented? I will let you all know how Nivea For Men performs.
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5/10/02 at 5:21pm