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I have used Dr. Bronners in the past and found it very drying for my skin. But their soap is considered multipurpose -- can be used from anything like showering to laundry to dishwashing, as seen from the screen below from their website. The ingredients are for the almond scented soap.
They may be good, but in comparison to the Big Skinny, almost any traditional wallet is too fat. My wallet with 5 cards and cash is probably 1/2 to less than 1/2 the size of a regular wallet that is empty.
Once you have tasted that level of thinness, it is very hard to go back to traditionally...
I just ordered a jar of Agrumes. It is my 4th MdC. The first was Fougere which I put on BST because it was irritating my sensitive skin. I later discovered that if the container is left open then it's stops causing irritation. It probably has to do with the concentration of fragrance. The...
I bought 3 zimmerli boxers at different times. I'm attaching pictures of two of them.
First, none of them say "Made in Switzerland".
Second, they were all worn and washed the same way, and yet there is a difference in how the material at the leg openings have wrinkled -- from none to very bad...
Just to let everyone know, I ended up buying a Miele G4228 (their cheapest model in the US) for $899 (they had a $100 rebate at the time). I had to pay an additional $200 to get it installed and as a result it comes with a 2 year warranty (instead of 1 year).
Overall, after 6 months of...
Any idea if these guys are legit?
The price looks too good to be true. They have it listed for $46, plus offering 10% off that, when most other places list it for $85. This means it's...
OT: I hate the aging process. It really is a curse! The water levels are higher in some toilets, but I think because of water saving nowadays they tend to be lower. I wonder if they can perform cosmetic surgery to correct the sagging.
Edit: Looks like it is actually possible to have surgery...
I have had 6-8 of these over the years, right from when all they had was one model (ca. 2007). Ironically they discontinued that and I now use this:
Their original was much better quality...
I wear a surgical mask. I had bought a box 2 years ago because of some immune system issues. Never used them back then. I change it every 2 weeks or so. Many of the grocery stores around here give them out as well.
I never seem to be able to rotate. I went:
AoS Sandalwood Cream ->
Gentlemen's Refinery ->
Muhle Organic ->
The one's I've tried but got rid of:
Castle Forbes Lime
Some French croap that Bullgoose offered briefly that I can't remember
XPEC (tried samples but never bought)
St. James of...
I'm a one soap/cream/blade guy. If I buy a new soap/cream/blade and l like it better than what I'm currently using, I stop using the current one. If I don't like it, the new one goes on BST immediately.
So, you guys who rotate -- how do you convince yourself to keep the lesser ones around and...
Not sure how accurate these numbers are:
Merkur 23c is listed as 0.64 mm
AS-D2 is listed as 0.74 mm
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