These blades aren't as bad as the Dorco 300 & 301, but they're pretty darned close. I won't say that I can get a better shave from a butter knife, because that would be a bit of hyperbole. However, they do leave a tremendous lot to be desired. I normally have to do three or four passes when using Dollar General to get the same effect with two passes from most other brands.
On the positive, at least they haven't caused any irritation, nicks, etc.
Here's another rave for Mama Sue! This stuff smells very woodsy/mossy/earthy. Interesting scent that stays with you a while.
The lather is fantastic and provides great protection. As for moisturizing, it's kinda neutral.
The only reason I didn't give it a higher score on price is that the only other soaps I've purchased are Van der Hagen. Nuff said?
I also like the containers that Sue puts her soap in. They can be used for something else after the soap is gone.
Bottom line: Try...
I bought this at Dollar General for $1.75. I'm guessing that it's supposed to be similar to Skin Bracer. It's green w/alcohol, glycerin, and menthol. They should include a fire extinguisher in the packaging of this stuff. This was my first use of an alcohol-based aftershave in more than ten years. The last such AS that I used was Old Spice. My memory of alcohol burn with the Old Spice is too distant. Not that it matters, because I now have a new memory with a different AS. Think of applying...