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My Time Bath And Body G.I.T. Shave Cream Soap

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I picked up three tubs of different fragrances of this new (to me) vendor's product and gave one a try this morning.

Initial impression:

Upon opening, the cream has a light cake icing consistency and a muddy brown color. The scent is assertive, but not confrontational and is very similar to Creed GIT.

She included a couple of samples of other creams and some "sniffies" which are cotton swabs carrying different scents. These are nice, but you need to separate them into different rooms to get a good whiff of the scent.

Lather:

I used a Vulfix #2233 in Super. The brush had been in my sink soaking in hot water. I shook it out fairly well (I like to add water as needed to the lather bowl) took a goodly amount off the inside of the lid and began to swirl in the warm 4" Coors Mortar I use for a lather bowl. It took very little swirling before the lather exploded into a very thick whipped cream consistency. I did not need to add additional water. It transferred to my face and continued to make a nice slick aplication.

Cushion and Lubricity:

Quite good. The razor left no irritation or burn in a 3 pass shave. I re-wet my face and re-lathered between passes.

All in all a very nice tallow based cream with silk. The price is a little high for a cottage shop, but the product is very good. Another small supplier with some very interesting scents. I am rapidly running out of room in the Shave Den for any more products, and I keep finding more "stuff" I like and want some of.

Recommended.

I will be buying more from Jean at My Time Bath and Body.

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I picked up three tubs of different fragrances of this new (to me) vendor's product and gave one a try this morning.

Initial impression:

Upon opening, the cream has a light cake icing consistency and a muddy brown color. The scent is assertive, but not confrontational and is very similar to Creed GIT.

She included a couple of samples of other creams and some "sniffies" which are cotton swabs carrying different scents. These are nice, but you need to separate them into different rooms to get a good whiff of the scent.

Lather:

I used a Vulfix #2233 in Super. The brush had been in my sink soaking in hot water. I shook it out fairly well (I like to add water as needed to the lather bowl) took a goodly amount off the inside of the lid and began to swirl in the warm 4" Coors Mortar I use for a lather bowl. It took very little swirling before the lather exploded into a very thick whipped cream consistency. I did not need to add additional water. It transferred to my face and continued to make a nice slick aplication.

Cushion and Lubricity:

Quite good. The razor left no irritation or burn in a 3 pass shave. I re-wet my face and re-lathered between passes.

All in all a very nice tallow based cream with silk. The price is a little high for a cottage shop, but the product is very good. Another small supplier with some very interesting scents. I am rapidly running out of room in the Shave Den for any more products, and I keep finding more "stuff" I like and want some of.

Recommended.

I will be buying more from Jean at My Time Bath and Body.
Price
4.00 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
4.00 star(s)

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