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Bonnie and Clyde, Simon and Garfunkel, Brangelina—some things are just better together. Add to the list this grooming duo. The concentrated shave cream (named the Best Shave Cream in 2012 by Esquire) uses essential oils to soften whiskers, while the fast-absorbing face balm soothes rashes and reduces ingrown hairs, while delivering serious moisture. The upshot: smooth, hydrated, younger-looking skin.
I found this aftershave balm to be plesantly scented with a manly smell and does a great job moisturizing the skin. I will buy it when my sample runs out.5
The shave cream is mediocre and so so, but the big winner here is the face balm. First off the minty scent is pleasant and it feels cooling on your cheeks after shave. I especially like that it has no preservatives in it and an incredibly small amount goes a very, VERY long way. I gave this product 3 stars because the balm turned to a taupe and then to a tan in contrast to it's initial WHITE color upon purchase--I guess that's where preservatives come in handy. Overall I'd say skip the shave cream and pick up the balm, especially as we head into fall and winter.3
I had no brand famiarity prior to receiving a sample of the face pads. I now own the entire line. I'm very picky about how a lotion feels on my hand and how it smells. The face lotion was by far the best for me on the market. I also love the company!5
The shaving cream goes on real smooth and gives a real close shave with no razpr burn. A little goes a long way.The balm is interesting in that it lacks a smell, but goes on real nice and dries rather quickly.5