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Gentlemen of taste often prefer a traditional straight-razor shave. But when your schedule won't allow for cutthroat whisker removal, try this concentrated, creamy soap. Your choice from three distinctive formulas will have its perks: Refresh uses eucalyptus oil to tone and purify skin, plus menthol to deliver a tingly kick. Nourish uses karité butter and sandalwood oil to soften tough beards, producing a smoother, easier shave. Protect taps aloe and Vitamin E to soothe sensitive skin, leaving it soft and hydrated with a crisp, musky scent. Whichever you choose, it'll bring to mind classic barber shops with its no-fuss results and old-school packaging.
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
I am pretty concerned about what goes into my grooming products and this product had too many sketchy ingredients for my taste1
He had unkind words to describe this shave cream. He thought it was super thick, and had zero lather. Hit the trash after the first use. If your guy has a beard - this is not the stuff for him.1
I have tried many shaving creams over the last year or so looking for the right one for me. This product looked and felt very similar to Anthony Logistics shaving cream. It was a low lather shaving cream. It did the job of getting the razor through the stubble but it had a tendency to clog a new razor, I do not have the issue with the shaving cream I currently use (Ernest Supplies). This just wasn't a product for me and I will stay with my current shaving cream.1
The shaving cream i felt wasnt great for my skin. It may be better for someone else just not for me1
I do not care for this particular shave cream. I have received a few from Birchbox lately and this one has a bad smell, weird consistency, and is not all natural. Smart that they put it in a tube so you can squeeze out all the sample, but not going on my list.1
I tried the product, I found it smelled nice, felt good going on, but it didn't really help my sensitive skin to get a smoother shave and not turn red. Thanks anyway1
I do not like the smell that this leaves on my face1
Cool packaging, but similar to more of a canned shaving cream experience. Kind of indifferent to this one.1
Was stoked to see that I was getting this in my box this month as I've been torn over purchasing it to give it a go. Glad I didn't buy. The cream seems to be super mentholated because after a minute of trying to get a good lather going my face felt like it was dipped in an ice water bath. The smell is kind of medicinal to me and doesn't work well with my shave oil or my after shave (I'm a sandalwood guy). My face didn't feel as moisturized after the shave as it does with TOBS. I also had to work at getting a good lather going and took me a little bit longer to get my shave done. Probably a stellar product for those that do the hot towel and like a mentholated cream, just not for me.1