The Annual Sue Moore Auction is now running from 19 - 21 October.
Every year proceeds from this auction and all monies raised go directly to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
Please take a look at the items that are available this year, as there is sure to be something of interest to everyone!
They're all pretty good honestly. Everyone has their preferences but my favourite by far in terms of scent, performance and post-shave was aloe vera (which they've now discontinued). I've done my own personal review on their standard lineup of creams if you're interested. Be aware though, I haven't reviewed or used any of their newer stuff and some of their products have now been discontinued. Personally, I actually didn't really like sandalwood or platinum, but I don't like wood scents in general.
I bought a TOBS sampler back that has 16 of their highest selling scents. Each mini tub had 4-7 shaves worth in it, and I always do a three-pass shave. I’m going to place each product that I tried into 1 of 4 categories. Excellent, Good, Bad and Yuck. Along the way additional categories of ‘meh’...
Mr. Taylor's is a personal favorite of mine...I just love the scent. I'll admit that TOBS Rose isn't the single best rose scent on the planet, but it's very good and it's nostalgic for me so it has a special place in my heart, even though on the whole Salter Wild Rose is probably a better rose cream.
I like the coconut because at least it smells of coconut but my issue is with the sandalwood the scent is appalling. The sandalwood is kinda in there but I find it difficult to smell it with all the chemicals in there, it's like finding a chemical dump under a sandalwood tree.
1. Sandalwood. I know it doesn’t smell like real sandalwood, I have other sandalwood soaps to use if I want the real deal. It’s more of a cologne type scent.
2. Coconut- smells like coconut and performs well.
3. Eton College- nice spring/summer citrusy scent.