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This decadent shave cream from gives you a mighty close shave without leaving legs devoid of moisture—and is made in the U.S. from eco-friendly ingredients. And, unlike its distant peers, this formula is designed not to foam up: instead, the rich lotion is chock full of organic and natural botanicals that soften skin. A moisturizing base of omega-rich squalene, organic shea butter, jojoba oil, and coconut oil protects against the redness and irritation associated with shaving, while organic green tea extracts infuse skin with antioxidants.
Not a fan of this at all. Super thick and gets stuck in my razor making it nearly impossible to get a good shave. Two thumbs down.1
Very watery. I have sensitive skin this is not the shaving cream for that type of skin. It made my skin very irritated the shaving cream seemed cheap not very moisturizing.1
This shave cream was not my favorite. It didn't lather very much and didn't leave my skin any softer. It acted mire like a lotion which just clogged up my razor than aiding me with shaving, no thanks.1
absolutely horrible. It stinks and there is soo little in the packet. They sell this stuff where I work and no one ever buys it. It's expensive. You're better off buying $ store brand.1
So, so, smelly. It gave me a migraine. I'm sure it works fine but the scent was just awful1
Just not for me. I prefer shaving gel's. I wouldn't spend this much money on the shaving cream.1
I used the grapefruit and it smelled bad. It also didn't stay on well, so it didn't add much to the shaving experience other than a bad smell1
Did not like the texture and the film it left on my skin
Did not like product at all. The smell was awful, akin to grandma perfume. Did not produce a good shave either. Would not recommend.1
Didn't like this one very much. After using, my skin felt dried out. Felt like I got more of the product in the razor than I did hair1