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A lot of close minded people on this forum, unfortunately.
As I said earlier, I had something similar back in the 80’s and it worked well. Is it as good as a traditional soap or cream with brush? For me, no, but others may have a different opinion. Why knock it? Especially since most of you...
Agreed. I seem to remember many years ago (think early 2000’s) it was labeled as pre and post shave cream. I’ve used it both ways, and generally prefer it as a post shave cream most of the time.
I don’t know when they changed the labelling to pre shave cream. Or maybe it was never...
Wife picked the Green Super Formula for my evening shave. The new super formula is without a doubt much slicker than the old formula, as was described previously by others. Super slick, which makes for a nice shave.
However, like the old formula, the slickness goes away quickly once you make a...
FWIW, I ordered from LaBarbiera on eBay on Mar 22nd. Arrived in the US (California) today, April 10. I’m now ready for the remainder of my quarantine.
Not sure which I’ll try first, probably either the Red (wife’s favorite scent), or the Green (which she also likes).
I’ve never had an issue with my badger brush drying in 24 hours, and I used it every day. But, if your bathroom doesn’t have decent airflow, I could see how it might not be enough time.
Perhaps you should consider a synthetic brush? They dry much quicker than badger. I got a nice synthetic...
It’s faster. I never get nicks or weepers (my wife has white towels in the bathroom, so any unnoticed weepers stain the towels). I get a great shave with minimal effort- two passes give me bbs- it takes at least 3 passes + touch up to get the same results with a DE.