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Mühle Shaving Cream "Sandalwood"

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There are few shaving products I consider unique and even fewer I desire to buy a whole batch of while still sampling the, well, sample. The Mühle (or Muehle) range of creams and aftershave balms astonishingly falls in both categories.

The cream comes in three fragrances: sandalwood, aloe vera and sea buckthorn. With the latter being a sweet, summery orange-like scent, sandalwood and aloe vera offer different takes on a more manly note - sandalwood is warm and slightly woody with a hint of fresh soap, aloe vera is green with a twist of mint.

But make no mistake: neither the cream nor the balm will attract attention from passing pedestrians for the scents are subtle and, in a good way, faint, in fact: you and the person kissing you are the only ones who'll notice.

On the packaging front there's either a metal tube (not unlike the Speick) or a plastic bowl, both of which are designed in shave den-compatible distinguished grey.

Barely dipping the tip of your brush into the bowl will give you enough cream for three to five passes. And what lather it makes - thin and disappointing at first, but with the right amount of water (add drop by drop) it's getting thick and creamy and slick and, most of all, voluminous.

The shave itself is flawless. Nothing more to say - the cream is protective, moisturizing and overall a hell of a good, whilst expensive (12$ per bowl) shaving product.

Give it a try if you get the chance to.

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There are few shaving products I consider unique and even fewer I desire to buy a whole batch of while still sampling the, well, sample. The Mühle (or Muehle) range of creams and aftershave balms astonishingly falls in both categories.

The cream comes in three fragrances: sandalwood, aloe vera and sea buckthorn. With the latter being a sweet, summery orange-like scent, sandalwood and aloe vera offer different takes on a more manly note - sandalwood is warm and slightly woody with a hint of fresh soap, aloe vera is green with a twist of mint.

But make no mistake: neither the cream nor the balm will attract attention from passing pedestrians for the scents are subtle and, in a good way, faint, in fact: you and the person kissing you are the only ones who'll notice.

On the packaging front there's either a metal tube (not unlike the Speick) or a plastic bowl, both of which are designed in shave den-compatible distinguished grey.

Barely dipping the tip of your brush into the bowl will give you enough cream for three to five passes. And what lather it makes - thin and disappointing at first, but with the right amount of water (add drop by drop) it's getting thick and creamy and slick and, most of all, voluminous.

The shave itself is flawless. Nothing more to say - the cream is protective, moisturizing and overall a hell of a good, whilst expensive (12$ per bowl) shaving product.

Give it a try if you get the chance to.
Price
2.00 star(s)
Scent
4.00 star(s)
Quality
4.00 star(s)
Efficacy
4.00 star(s)
Packaging
4.00 star(s)
Latherability
5.00 star(s)
Moisturizing Properties
3.00 star(s)

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