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When your dad taught you how to shave with that razor he’d removed the blades from, he was hoping that you’d grow up to use a shaving cream like this. This classic softens and lifts beard hairs, while simultaneously soothing and moisturizing your skin. Add some Sandalwood aromatherapy to the mix, and you’ve got something that is pops-approved.
The sandalwood version of this product smells incredible, while not overpowering. As a stand alone product, it is very smooth and effective. In combination with the pre shave oil and aftershave balm, this product line leaves my face and neck irritation-free.5
This stuff creates a thick barrier of soap when spread on with a genuine badger hair brush. I noticed that I had much less irritation when using "the art of shaving" shaving cream. It also has a subtle man smell to it that is not overpowering like cologne can be.
Guys this prodcut does the trick. Face it (pun intended), soap could do the trick, but Art of Shaving leaves my face feeling clean, smooth and has a great scent (if you buy a scented option). Pair it with their pre-shave oil and apply it with their Beaver Hair brush. You'll feel sophisticated and create a great shave.5
This is the best shaving cream money can be. I have used this for years, and so I was very happy to receive it as a sample, as I cant ever have enough around. I love this stuff. If you want a smoother shave, use this. You won't regret it.5
This is a fine introduction to shave creams for most men. Having sampled more than a few I will say this is rated just above the ones found in the supermarket. While this goes on smooth it does not hydrate the face while shaving. I have a safety razor and it takes me a couple more minutes to shave. In that time the last part of my face was drier than the start. This would be great if it had hydrated a bit more.3
One of the better shaving creams I have tried. I'm a sucker for scented creams and would of loved to try the sandalwood version.4
I've been using the Art of Shaving, shaving cream for over a year now. Great lather, easy rinse, and always a close shave. I would highly recommend it!5
Until recently, I've been using Art of Shaving Lavender shaving cream for years. It lathers really well and a little goes a long way. I highly recommend it especially for sensitive skin. Art of Shaving has a few different "sample" package types ranging from cheap cardboard one-and-done to multi-use dispensers. This particular box inclusion was a travel size tube and will last a long time sitting in my work/travel Dopp kit. Great value from a great brand.5
I was converted to wet shaving a few years ago and I've never looked back. It takes a little more time but the results are immediately noticeable. I really enjoy using Art of Shaving products and I recommend this one.5
When it comes to The Art of Shaving, I'm generally a happy guy as most of their products are top shelf, but this particular shaving cream, in my opinion, is not one of their better products. It is fairly smooth and easy on the skin, but the "unscentedness" of it is anything but. It smells of cocoa butter and a little bit of chocolate, an odd combination, I know, which is exactly why I'm not a fan... other than that one complaint, the cream works great. Were it scented or anything else, I would've given this 4 or 5 stars.3