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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.
This is an ok shaving cream that is easy to transport and may become your new travel shaving cream.1
Was really excited to try this product. But found it to be ineffective and was not good for a smooth shave. There are better products out there.1
The smell was too much for me on top of my regular cologne. Much prefer an unscented shave cream.1
I don't usually use this time of cream but I thought I would try out a new look and what a mistake. Caused a total break out. Definitely not for me.1
Used this product last week for the first time. After halfway finishing my shave, I threw the little sample away. I have sensitive skin, and I have NEVER had razor burn like I did with this product! It was terrible looking and painful! There are MUCH better products on the market.1
I prefer shaving creams or gels that foam up more than this one. The coverage was really thin, and I grow thick whiskers on sensitive skin. I got an average shave out of it, but it wasn't a product I'd switch to.1
I wear a full beard and trim/edge with an electric, so I had no use for this whatsoever. Has a nice, classic barber shop scent though.1
I didn't like the thickness of the coverage. It didn't give me a very clean feel after letting my beard grow in for a few days. It might work fine if you shave every day though.1
Product smelled great but my skin is sensitive and it broke me out.1
I was born and grew up in Italy. Proraso can be bought at the grocery store. It sits right next to Gillette on the shelves. Nothing wrong with grocery store brands (I use other shaving creams I buy there), but it's trying to pass as something "fancy" when it's clearly not. Not to mention it has old the old fashioned ingredients that are known irritants: menthol, camphor...Nahh, looks elsewhere. If I wanted any of that, I'd shave with Noxzema.1