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Best non greasy after shave?

Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by SpallaCamiccia, Jun 26, 2010.

  1. SpallaCamiccia

    SpallaCamiccia Senior member

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    I got some samples of Biotherm Aquapower after shave but it´s too greasy, like putting nivea creme.

    That is vomiting, so I got to shower again. I can´t put my collar and ties on a greasy neck, puagh!


    What do you use ?
     
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    Master-Classter Senior member

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    thayer's witchazel in a large atomizer.... light moisturization, antibacterial, and no shine. It works 60% of the time, every time.
     
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    SpallaCamiccia Senior member

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    I use Nivea for men Replenishing aftershave balm. Not greasy at all, absorbs quickly and only costs around $5.
     
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    I use a combination of aloe vera gel and Shiseido Men Hydrating Lotion as after shave.
     
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    Prorasso makes a nice aftershave balm that's not too greasy.
     
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    I like the Task Essential After Shave. I use it in conjunction with their Face Wash, and I never have grease problems.
     
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    Witch hazel is good. Tabac makes a pretty good aftershave as well.
     
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    never knew you could use witch hazel, good to know.
     
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    The Art of Shaving After shave Balm, despite being thick and creamy has something in it, like clay or whatever mattifying ingredient, that dries quick and leaves no shine and oiliness.

    You can buy little samples, like 10 or 12 for $10 on ebay.
     
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    gentleman's refinery aftershave balm
     
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    SpallaCamiccia Senior member

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    Oh that's fun. I still got 2 bottles of the 5 I bought last time I went to the states. The one with the same name sold in my country was not as good! I bought today the Biotherm active shave repair for sensitive skin , alcohol free. Was almost 30 euros for just 50ml, Damn! I haven´t tried yet. I´ll tell you. Thanks for all the posting, I'd like to have tried some of yours but they don´t import here.[​IMG] Wow says made in Monaco.
     
  16. SpallaCamiccia

    SpallaCamiccia Senior member

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    Oh that's fun. I still got 2 bottles of the 5 I bought last time I went to the states. The one with the same name sold in my country was not as good!

    I bought today the Biotherm active shave repair for sensitive skin , alcohol free. Was almost 30 euros for just 50ml, Damn!

    I haven´t tried yet. I´ll tell you.

    Thanks for all the posting, I'd like to have tried some of yours but they don´t import here.[​IMG]

    Wow says made in Monaco.


    That Biotherm was so greasy that I have returned it, after washing my neck like 5 times , It still feels like if I had used a slide of ham as after shave. I don´t want to ruin my Finamores.

    I´ll try another one. Unrecommended , even knowing that was made in Monaco!!
     

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