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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.
This product smells great and is affordable. Better than what you can get in the grocery stores and great for sensitive skin.5
I don't use shaving cream because I have a beard so I didn't actually use this product. I did rub it on the back of my hand to see what it was like and how it smell. Seemed pretty moisturizing and didn't smell bad.4
This shaving cream did the job but I think I'll be sticking to my regular Gillette drug store shaving cream.3
I FELL LIKE THIS IS NOT A BAD PRODUCT BUT ITS JUST NOT FOR ME3
all Proraso shave products are great I know plenty of people that use the various products they have and are very happy with them.5
I love the smell and packaging but I did not notice a difference in shaving with this vs another brand.2
I'm always looking for new shaving cream. I'm thinking of purchasing this one. Very smooth and I like the feeling.5
I like this shaving cream. But I'd prefer a larger sample size. Cool packaging.4
This is the first shave cream I've used. It felt great on my skin and lathered well with a brush. Didn't seem like it will go a long way though.4
This stuff will definitely wake you up in the morning. It didn't foam really well but I don't have a shaving cream brush; perhaps that would make it foam more.3