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Anyone who grew up with Schoolhouse Rock knows that three is a magic number— and this shave cream is no exception: It features a trifecta of protection—macadamia nut oil, glycerin, and soybean oil. The formula, which is free of parabens, fragrances, and petrochemicals, lifts whiskers to give you a close shave while moisturizing and shielding so you end up with smooth, nick-free skin. We’re not the only ones who think it’s great: Men’s Health named the lather Best Shave Cream in 2008.
Wow I have to say you can't even tell your shaving. This product by far is the best shaving cream I have tried in a long time5
Good product but maybe the smallest sample size I have ever seen4
has the barber soap smell and creamy texture. Is a little thicker than I usually prefer, but a pretty solid shaving cream/soap.4
This is a pretty decent shave cream. Lathers nicely, provides adequate lubrication. I probably won't change products due to price, but this stuff is pretty good.5
Very slippery lotion-like feel, not creamy. Rinses cleanly off. I prefer a creamy, more lathery shave, but this works great5
Excellent for sensitive skin and/or daily shaving. Lathers nicely and delivers smooth shave. I'm still partial to Baxter of California, but this brand is a close second.4
This is a good product. No frills but effective and a good edition to their line. Not sure how it differentiates itself given a saturated market though4
Definitely love the shave cream from Jack Black. Its creamy and the razor blade glides over with ease. I will definitely buy this shave cream and would recommend it to friends.5
offers a luxurious lather that smells great! I usually use the art of shaving products and this is better5
Nice size and nice packaging. Smell was good and left face feeling refreshed5