I’m not sure, but I think anything matches the Fat.
“Invisible Author’s Memoirs of a Trespasser”I’m not big on heavy scents. My soaps are generally mildly scented, my AS too. And these days I’m simply not at all likely to wear any AS. I don’t do pairs.
Soaps: Mike’s coconut and Orange, cedarwood, pepper. Speick, Hasslinger Aloe Vera, MWF, and I Coloniali.
AS: Royal Lyme (general use), Speick (for rough shaves), TOBS Eton College (professional), Invisible Author’s Memoirs of a Trespasser (a heavy hitter with scent strength, special occasions)
more often the not, the soap scents are just fine by me (and my ex who is hypersensitive to scents) and I don’t need more.
This is a dangerous road when one is:So, I’m building up my soap “library,” puck by puck (actually, sample by sample, for now).
Just curious - do you MATCH your products, as in, do you use a “Stirling” Lime soap, followed by a “Stirling” Lime balm, or do you mix and match?
As someone who’s essentially starting out as a serious “WS,” I look forward to eventually amassing a large collection of various types of soaps and creams.
Not sure if I need to buy the matching balm for each of those products.
If not, is there a GENERIC balm you can recommend that can be used with everything, or should I just try to match scent “families” (citrus w/citrus, barbershop w/barbershop, etc.)
thx for your input, gents!