Best Aftershave

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  1. javyn

    javyn Senior member

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    God this stuff is so good... [​IMG] Runner up for #2 : Old Spice, but I have yet to try the "reformulation" I have given up my Nivea aftershave balm, and all balms in general for that matter. Go figure, the alcohol based aftershave splashes keep me more moisturized than balms. Then again, I don't know of any skin care product that uses isopropyl alcohol, which is what everyone probably thinks is in there anyway. Sorry Pat Bateman, you are full of shit [​IMG]
     


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    Thomas Senior member

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    Thayer's Supermedicated Witch Hazel is my every-day go-to.
     


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  5. javyn

    javyn Senior member

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    Oh yeah I hear Harris AS Milk is great stuff. A bit too pricey for me, and I try to avoid balms because of the Texas heat. My (old formulation) bottle of Nivea Sensitive A/S has lasted me since 2005, and I still have half a bottle left.

    Thayers is great stuff. I splash with some Rose or Lavender WH after I remove my green clay mask.
     


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    After reading about Sue's stuff on BB, I ordered a bottle of Saint Charles Shave's Splash, and I like it quite a bit. I'll eventually try the A/S milks, probably in winter.
     


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    kaxixi Senior member

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    Penhaligon's Blenheim Bouquet After Shave Balm. Best stuff out there...by FAR.

    http://www.penhaligons.co.uk/shop/fr...ve-496732.html


    Holy sh*t. At that price, I should hope so. That's a lifetime supply of AquaVelva!
     


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    Speick is my favorite for Spring/Summer, Musgo Real for Fall/Winter.
     


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    I use Cornhusker's Lotion.

    It smells like old man for about 15 minutes, but it soothes damn well
     


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    I have Musgo Real on my to-get list. I've heard some great things about it.

    Of course, the Velva ain't too shabby either.
     


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    I like brave solider code blue, you just have to remember to use it with your face wet.
     


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    I like brave solider code blue, you just have to remember to use it with your face wet.
    That stuff can really numb your face! I like to use it on any irritation spots or little nicks or what have you...
     


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    Holy sh*t. At that price, I should hope so. That's a lifetime supply of AquaVelva!

    I think that's shipping from the UK. When I buy it, its $45.00. Lasts a really long time, smells awesome.
     


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    Dickle #12.
     


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