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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 didn't have a chance to try this product although the tube looks very vintage and nice. I don't shave using a traditional razor and this isn't for electrical face addicts like myself.1
I have very razor-burn prone skin and have a very difficult time with shaving cream. This was no different than the many others I have tried without success. I have very wiry hair and get razor burn very badly on my neck if I am not careful. This doesn't come close to my normal shave gel.1
the idea of using a simple cream to shave with was appealing. however, apart from the menthol, this product left a lot to be desired for me. i dont feel like it gave me as close a shave as i am accustomed to. i felt tiny stubble rubbing against my shirt collar the entire day which was very uncomfortable.1
Not really for me. I am sure it will work on other people, just feels weird and dry.1
I will stick to the Art of Shaving products that I currently use and are available in stores everywhere.1
I do not like the smell or the way it drys my skin. I prefer classic foam.1
The absolute worst shaving cream I've ever used. Poor lather, terrible use with razor, definitely not for sensitive skinned individuals.1
Smells bad in my opinion and wasn't a very good shave cream.1
I usually use an electric razor, so I might not be the best judge, but it seems over-priced for the quality to me.1
I just received this in my gift box subscription that my wife bought me for christmas. The first few things I noticed after I put it on is that it had a strange smell and anywhere I shaved the skin felt cold. I looked over the packaging and saw that among a good 20 things I can't pronounce it contained Menthol and Eucaplytus oil. I wish that there was a little hint on the front of the shaving cream that these things were in it.1