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This was posted on B&B Shaving Canada Group on 09-30-2011:
"Scott is shutting down Rasage Poulin, due to health reasons I think. Beyond the fact that most of his wares are now discounted ~20%, if you're looking to pick anything up soon, peruse his site and support a Canadian vendor (and an...
Don't know if this has been mentioned before, so please forgive me if I'm repeating. However, I thought I'd post a few pics of what I call my Poor Man's Scuttle - in other words, my sink. It works quite well for me, so I thought I'd share. Basically, I set my shaving mug under my tap, put in...
I had the same problem and figured I really didn't want to join a forum that seemed a bit too paranoid. I do belong to several others - I like the variety of topics and also the BST sections. (My Doctor keeps telling me it's just a phase...)
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Ingredients: Saponified olive oil, coconut oil, palm oil and castor oil, goat's milk, water, cosmetic clay and either Bayberry fragrance oil, Coconut and Vanilla fragrance oils or Unscented
I've been using their bar soap for a...
This was my 2nd DE razor. I started on 4, moved to 7. Then discovered 1930's Gillette NEW OC - got better shaves from that, even after trying the slim at 9. I recently started using an Ever Ready SE Lather Catcher - I find I get BBS almost every shave...just don't lose concentration!
One of the most "drop-your-c**ks-and grab-your-socks" type of music I like is the live version "Boom-Boom, Out Go The Lights" by Pat Travers.
Mind you, I tried shaving to it this morning with my Beau Brummel straight, and here is the result:
I'm thinking some Mantovani or Zamphir...