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    Is there a cheaper version of the King C Gillette blades?

    That's true, I have over 1200 blades right now lol. I think I should run through my supply a bit.
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    Is there a cheaper version of the King C Gillette blades?

    I just saw these at Walmart and was curious, so I'll take a look at them. They are cheaper than the Wilkinson Swords, which are way overpriced but one of my favourites. I have tried pretty much all of the Gillette blades and was hoping that this might be the return of the spoilers. I still have...
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    Have any gents backed mass-produced soaps after trying some artisan ones like me?

    I'm not sure what counts as vegan but if you want something without animal products a lot of the French soaps would qualify such as Pre de Provence, L'Occitaine en Provance, and I believe the RazoRock hard pucks as well.
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    The Slickest Cream?

    Hands down it's Xpec followed by SMN in my experience, but they are rather pricey.
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    What we really need in the cart world

    I recently picked up the Skin Guard and was quite impressed by it. I've used it a few times when in a hurry because it does a decent job with a single pass and a can of Barbasol.
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    What we really need in the cart world

    Have you tried these? If so what do you think of them? I might try these for travel if they are a smooth shaver.
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    looking for a good american made shaving soap that been around for a while.

    There aren't a lot of older products made in America but a lot of good artisan products are certainly available. If you want to try an old American brand then Col Conk might be worth a shot. It's a glycerin base so it's a bit different but it's a decent soap all in all.
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    aveeno shave gel

    I think Aveeno is the best canned product I've tried, but it is rather expensive compared to most. I find the strong base used in most canned foams doesn't agree with my skin if I try to use it for too many days in a row, but Aveeno and Nivea were both gentle on my skin.
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    New offering from Bic

    Is this available only online? I thought I saw this at a local Shopper's Drug Mart. I'll have to double check.
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    Question: What is the oldest shaving soap still in production?

    Probably are stretching the definition of "original" since the main ingredients are the same. Do we have any judges to make a ruling on that? ;)
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    Nive Men Sensitive Shaving Cream

    I always heard they were the same formula as Arko, is that incorrect?
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    Nive Men Sensitive Shaving Cream

    The scent is subjective, I find it rather pleasant, but burning obviously isn't subjective so that's definitely out for you. On the bright side, Proraso is a good product and at a similar price point. I haven't tried Palmolive or LEA but I've heard they are decent budget creams as well. Don't...
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    Barbasol Find-10 ounce can

    It's hidden inflation and a common move in pretty much any product. Instead of raising the price, they drop the quantity.
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    Barbasol Find-10 ounce can

    It still seems that it would be a good deal even at that price. I don't use it a lot but every now and then I pull out my can of Sensitive and give it a whirl. It always provides a decent shave but I found that my skin just doesn't get along with it as a daily driver otherwise I would probably...
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    Nive Men Sensitive Shaving Cream

    I think it's still available at Shopper's here. It's a great cream at a great price but the new Gillette cream is about as good so if Nivea is gone there is a suitable replacement around the same price point. The only thing I didn't like is that it tended to turn pink after a few months if you...
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