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Seeing as Lucky Tiger was founded by a barber, it should come as no surprise that the historic brand’s shaving cream is second to none. This “liquid cream”—a completely organic formula—goes from liquid lotion to rich lather on contact. The result is a cream that softens up even the toughest facial hair, providing supersmooth razor glide and preventing shaving irritation.
This product didn't really stand out to me compared to other products. It applies very well to the skin though.1
It was ok but it gummed up the razor (safety razor) so it's not for my husband1
I keep a short beard and only need shaving gear to keep my neck clean. That said, this stuff was barely up to the task of the 10 swipes it takes to shave my neck, let alone my whole face.1
Horrible product. Tossed it in garbage after two tries.1
I tried it. Didn't like it. I didn't like the smell nor how it felt on my face.1
smell wasn't that great. upset that this took up 3 of my samples this month.1
There is a plethora of really great shaving products on the market these days, so while I appreciate the nostalgia piece of the product, I really don't think it is very good.1
I think it would be a good buy if it wouldn't dry so fast.1
Lucky Tiger gets the job done, but I won't be using it again.
I have a full, short beard, so I'm shaving my neck and the edges of my beard. I shave once a week, but even at that point, this is no more or less a smooth shave than other products.
But once done shaving, I get to the bad part of this cream - rinsing it off. You can't. Splashing your face with water just thins the liquid more and more. You'll need to wipe off with a towel, but you still may feel some residue. I've never used a liquid shaving cream before; I guess that's just part of the deal.
Thanks, but I'll pass.
I did not think the cream provided enough lubrication during the shave. I would prefer a thicker gel.2