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post #151 of 176
The Trumper shaving soap is awesome - I've noticed that my blades aren't getting dull as quickly due most likely to the softer whiskers.
post #152 of 176
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Originally Posted by indesertum View Post

really? i found when i shaved the acne would migrate with the areas i shaved, but i guess it could've been something else. i dunno i think it's plausible the bacteria gets left behind on the blades, but i always rinse with hot water before i shave.
i bought proraso. is nice. leaves a nice feeling after

it's the act of shaving itself that is causing this. change up your cream/soap, blades, and/or technique. i like proraso myself but the coconut oil gave me breakouts. i use van der hagen glycerin soap right now.
post #153 of 176
Have taken to shaving using hair conditioner. Far less irritation, closer shave, goes faster imo.
post #154 of 176
My favourite shaving creams/soaps: EShave (cream and soaps), L'Occtaine Cade shave soap, Proraso, and Trufitt and Hill.
post #155 of 176
Tabac. 'Nuff said.

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post #156 of 176
I haven't been through all 11 pages to check if this has been suggested yet, but QED makes their own custom blend from natural essential oils that's well worth checking out.

I'm partial to the B&B myself.

Also, get a brush gents.
post #157 of 176
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Originally Posted by puddles View Post

I haven't been through all 11 pages to check if this has been suggested yet, but QED makes their own custom blend from natural essential oils that's well worth checking out.

I'm partial to the B&B myself.

Also, get a brush gents.

That's a good site, QED. Thanks.
post #158 of 176
When picking out shaving cream, make sure to pick up a Rust-O-Less (www.rust-o-less.com)

As much fun as it is to spend an afternoon scrubbing your shower or bathroom to remove rust rings, there are many other activities someone would prefer to do in their free time.

Analogy: 
One ounce of PREVENTION is worth a a pound of CURE
Using Rust-O-Less is equal to hours of cleaning

Don't get restless with rust rings, get Rust-O-Less!

For more information go to Rust-O-Less.com or email rustoless@gmail.com
post #159 of 176
I got a tub of D.R. Harris Arlington the other day that I quite like. It probably won't dethrone Nancy Boy though.
post #160 of 176
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Originally Posted by HORNS View Post

The Trumper shaving soap is awesome - I've noticed that my blades aren't getting dull as quickly due most likely to the softer whiskers.

Must work like magic if ou can last 3 months on a single blade. wink.gif
post #161 of 176

I gave up using shaving creams. I follow a very simple routine. Shower, apply my facial wash, shave, rinse. Also, years ago my dermatologist mentioned that glycolic acid makes the beard "soft as butter". So I use a glycolic acid cream in the evening and I find that it makes shaving in the morning much easier.

post #162 of 176
I'm a big fan of Kiehl's Close Shavers - the one in the blue bottle. The White Eagle!

http://www.kiehls.com/Ultimate-Brushless-Shave-Cream-White-Eagle/236,default,pd.html?start=1&cgid=mens-shave
post #163 of 176

I use a shave oil - presently using origins - then I use clinique shave cream.  I like clinique because it's odor free - I can't stand the fragrance in hte products of other brands.

For shave oil - I am thinking of switching to Kiel's or lab series or biotherm.  anyone here with any experience of those brands?
 

post #164 of 176
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post

Acqua Di Parma. It begins and ends there.

This and Santa Maria Novella.
post #165 of 176

I have been using a mixture of Tailor of Old Bond Street Avocado and Pre de Provence She Butter for my cream. Great scent, excellent lather, leaves my face looking great. I use aloe as a pre shave in the winter and Art of Shaving lemon oil in the summer. I get an excellent shave and minimal breakouts. Also the aloe as a pre shave in the winter really helps with the dry skin. 

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