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What do you shave with?

Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by ysc, Feb 16, 2009.

  1. lefty

    lefty Senior member

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    . . . with the backup shaving goods and perfume stocks are kept in various drawers . . . the razors sit in a pile on a shelf in the (locking) closet.


    Nuclear blast you grab:

    You wife?
    Your dog?
    Your 6/8 quarter-hollow Le Grelot?

    lefty
     
  2. Thomas

    Thomas Senior member

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    Nuclear blast you grab:

    You wife?
    Your dog?
    Your 6/8 quarter-hollow Le Grelot?

    lefty


    The Le Grelot's the only one without legs. Wife and dogs I would give a shove in the right direction, though.
     
  3. globetrotter

    globetrotter Senior member

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    I just got a new scuttle, this one has a big enough hole to soak my brush in the water that keep the scuttle warm. I am very happy. Also, sandlewood preshare oil.
     
  4. Alter

    Alter Senior member

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    I just got a new scuttle, this one has a big enough hole to soak my brush in the water that keep the scuttle warm. I am very happy. Also, sandlewood preshare oil.

    Where is the scuttle from? I have been wanting one but couldn't find one with that feature.
     
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  6. jeffreyarvel

    jeffreyarvel New Member

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    I usually use a straight razor. I've been changing them a lot recently but my favourite one is definitely the Parker SR1 Stainless Steel Straight Edge Barber Razor. I've noticed it's a somewhat sharper than the ones I was used to. I recommend that you watch some videos on Youtube on how to shave with a straight razor, especially if it's something new for you.
    First time I started, I would get these annoying red rashes and razor bumps that would last a day or two. I talked to a dermatologist and he said that I should prepare my own shaving cream. I've been shaving with honey and cocoa butter. I got the idea from ShavingSolution; they feature more recipes, so just take your pick. If you don't want to prepare it yourself, you can buy an organic shaving cream (Goldmountainbeauty's blog has some really nice reviews). Whatever works for you. :)
    Hope this helped.
     

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