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I’m happy to hear your maiden shave went well! I agree with you on the post-shave, I believe Tabac is one of the best for my skin, which tends to go oily. For those that have very dry skin and don’t use balms, it’s def not moisturizing enough.
The scent? Well, my opinion is that if you don’t...
I think with shaving in particular, it’s kind of a chore, and I think most people just trust what’s on the shelf in their local store, which is understandable. Plus not everyone is so picky or in possession of an overly sensitive face.
I had a great shave today with a Duke 2 in Best, Tabac...
Tabac is one of the best. Load lightly my friend, this is not your garden variety soap that requires lots of loading. Once you have some bubbles on your brush, you should be good to go. I mention this because if you overload Tabac it gets pasty and sticky. I did that in the early days and didn’t...
Tabac is the soap I’ve used the most since I started wet shaving. It’s dependable, cheap, efficient and leaves my face very soft and close, all day long. My preference is for the shave stick, I will never be without one!