Will do. Still learning my way around this forum and just discovered the review section right after I posted this. Thanks.crackstar said:Mason, my parents who live in Florida always send me a couple of tubes of it every year. It's a good, basic no-frills cream. You should check out the review I posted.
Thanks. I've read that the scent isn't anything special. While that's a down side if it works well it may be worth carrying it in my travel kit while on the road.JMT said:Great lather, very slick. The only downside is the scent. It basically just smells like an unscented soap.
MasonM said:Ok, a follow up question if I'm going to try it.
How does one use it? Apply it directly from the tube to the wet brush? Assume I don't have a bowl because, well, I don't.
Ok, thank you. That makes sense.JMT said:You can apply it to the brush or your hand from the tube. YOu can lather it up directly on your face or in the palm of your hand. The stuff is cheap so you really do not have to worry about wasting any lather.
I think I'd best just stick to my canned stuff for now until I improve my shaving technique. I used the Palmolive and for whatever reason wound up with a bunch of nicks I don't usually get.MasonM said:Ok, thank you. That makes sense.
I just got back from picking some up at CVS and am going to give it a try so your reply was perfectly timed.
Thanks. I tried it and didn't mind the smell at all. It wasn't a fancy smell, but it smelled clean and not at all unpleasant.crackstar said:Mason, first of all, Palmolive doesn't smell like arse. I admit, it's not the most delightful scent there is, but it's clean-smelling and pleasant enough. Second of all, I apply it to my brush, then I lather myself up.
MasonM said:I just need to work on my shaving technique more I guess. I don't nick myself when using the Neutrogena but got several nicks using the Palmolive today. Perhaps I was just distracted by trying something new.