180's the number I'm I'm pinning my hat on, but I'm nearly certain it's wrong.
I gave up counting and decided to leverage the power of the our large(ish) sample population or people who presumably did try to guess their very best. So, after computing the standard deviation and discarding...
My long shave:
First I fill my atomic scuttle with warm water and set my brush in it. As soon as I plug it in -- and fill and plug in a gutted perkpot (never used for coffee: what blasphemy that'd be!) full of water for my hot towel, into the shower I go. Hot shower + clean face + hot towel +...
Skeptic that I am, I almost deleted this as "too good to be true". Turns out, though, that AoS is sending "preferred customers" (i.e. those on their spamlist) a request to re-up, and a sho' 'nuff deal as a bribe: their $25 starter kit that comes with their shaving oil, SC, and ASB (1 oz each)...
The keratin matrix of hair can absorb quite a bit. "Wet hair" is not simply wet on the surface, but has absorbed water. Yes, the vitamin-enriched shampoos are bogus, but because vitamins do nothing for dead cells, not because they can't enter the dead cells.
Shaving soap (sample)
You can order any of Joanna's products scented with her "Aqua Velva Type". The AV Type is a fragrance she compounded herself; and, while I've never smelt it, according to those who have, it's a splendid copy.
Royall is my current favourite . . . However, it's a true bay rum, with very little spice, so it's a much shorter-lived scent than, say, Pinaud. More along the lines of Dominica (or SCS, for that matter).