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Why slather when you can gently spritz? This unique aftershave spray uses a high-tech formula to craft the perfect postshave experience: It reduces redness, snubs ingrown hairs, heals cuts, and moisturizes skin, all with a light, oil-free finish that evaporates in seconds.
Maybe this just isn't for me. It's ok I guess but I don't feel like there is any significant difference with or without use.3
This product works great, but I wish the sample size was larger. The scent could be a little better also3
My boyfriend doesnt really use products like this... he tried it and thought it was okay but won't use it again2
So I thought the spray aftershave was a cool idea, but they spray ends up uneven and it has a lot of alcohol in it. It was def cool, but i wouldn't pay for it.2
it does get the job done however i was not super impressed. little pricey for the size of the bottle.3
Love the idea behind this product, but didn't get consistent results. I received this in my box and was very excited to try, but wound up being disappointed. The scent is great, and the sample size is very generous. Unfortunately, using this occasionally left my skin red and irritated (the exact opposite of what the label promises).3
This ois the product I've needed and couldn't find. It works well for me after shaving and especially after workouts. Keeps my face clear from break outs but is not too drying. Perfect for combination skin. Soothing with a natural, healthy smell. Love it.5
It's Ok, I prefer a lotion type of spread to really work my face after I shave, was not blown away by this.3
I like this stuff. Cools your face down and makes it feel fresh. The scent isn't overpowering either4
I already use a lotion and this might be good enough to switch. It is odorless and colorless and my skin feels "normal" after using it - not the slight just-after-you-used-lotion slipperyness that I usually get. The spray bottle is confusing though. How am I supposed to spray it on my face but avoid my eyes? Am I supposed to rub it in?4