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Gentlemen of taste often prefer a straight-razor shave—but when there’s no time for the full cutthroat experience, try this concentrated, creamy shaving soap. Three distinctive Italian formulas ensure a truly personal touch, calling to mind barbershops of a bygone era.
I love the brand, but this creme doesn't soften my beard enough to prevent pulling while shaving. I'm going to stick with Jack Black.1
When applied to a wet face (as the instructions state), the product develops a gummy/gluey texture that makes it both difficult to shave and difficult to wash off face. Shaving cream would not wash out of razor easily and would not wipe off face easily.1
This stuff did not give a good shave. It also stuck to My face. I did not like the smell of this either.1
Too thick. Clogs razors. Used on my face and my head.1
The shaving cream never really lathered up or gave any consistency. It sat like a thin, wet layer of something that quickly dried up before I could get to certain spots. I won't be using it ever again, and prefer my foam lather shaving gel.1
Never ever would I use this on my face. Truly awful.1
The smell from this shaving cream is strong. It stung my face a bit and the smallness of the sample size disappointed me.1
I am accustomed to using traditional shaving cream (Barbasol or Gillette). I didn't like how this product had a much thinner consistency. I also didn't think the shave was nearly as close as traditional shaving cream. The worst part was how hard it was to remove any of the excess product from my face or neck. I used it three or four times and each time felt like it stuck to my face and neck all day...wont be making this a part of my daily routine.1
I do not recommend this one. I didn't like the sample, size, smell, texture and it didn't work as well as my normal shaving cream. I do not recommend it.1
This really smells awful and medicinal. Couldn't use.1