Use the Fat, Luke!
which type??I'm using the canned Proraso. Works better than any tube I've used.
proraso was one of the first shaving products I ever purchased, and I still use it. This is all that should be said.The Proraso Green in the tube is better than the version in the plastic tub. I think they reformulated it awhile back to take out some of the chemicals people had issues with.
I like the Green aftershave a lot and use it with many other soaps. I got the big 400ml bottle of that along with the big bottle of Floid Vigorosso. You can catch a deal so it's a lot less expensive that way.
It has taken me nearly a year to finish a bottle of 400 ml Floid. Will probably last me into the first few months of 2024. Floid the Genuine FTW @MarcoIt would probably take me a few decades to finish a 400ml bottle of one aftershave. I have aftershaves that are 15 years old that are not finished yet, 100ml or less bottles.
added a blue to my amazon list. i can't wait!!Guido, Proraso Blue is just as great. Performance-wise maybe even slightly better than the Green. My last shaves with the Blue have all been spectacular!
I would buy the everloving crap out of a lavendar proraso. I have been using lavender cream every morning and it is simply the best scent! MANY homeopathic uses too.I wish Proraso made a true Lavender cream and soap, fragranced with pure Lavender Oil. Honestly, I do not understand why they do not do it. Tuscany is famous in Italy for the richness and abundance of Lavender plants. Anyway, should that happen one day, I already know which would be my new favourite.
proraso is really the only brand in existence that has taken a quasi-luxury product, and made it affordable for the masses. molto benne!I have the Red and Green tubes in my bathroom and both are getting used regularly at the moment. I have been through a few tubs of Green in the past, but agree that the cream performs better for some reason.
There are products out there that might edge out Proraso in one category of another, but as an all-rounder it really does everything I could ask for. Also, none of the Prorasos cause me a skin reaction, which is obviously important and makes it something I can rely on. I rather find myself looking sideways at folks who claim that it's unusable compared to modern artisan stuff - it tells me I need to take their opinions on other matters with a pinch of salt!
The smell of Proraso Green is an absolute classic to me - instantly evocative of traditional wet shaving!
i would buy 100 of proraso lavendar purple if it ever became availale, just to have it in reserve!!To be fully honest, the only colour that has never been my cup of tea is the White. The other three (Green, Blue and Red) are all MARVELLOUS.
And I'm still dreaming of a Proraso Purple, with true Lavender Oil...