That is many U.S. artisans. I've sworn off. I'm mostly enjoying long term name brands and a very few European artisans. That the Europeans have to do the testing rigor they do, keeps the scent strength to a manageable level IMO.Excruciating fragrance oil scents with no direction and far too strong. It’s a shame really.
Lol simply put it in an open jar in the toilet as airtamer.... when it is no longer up to the task it is starting to think about shaving with it.I have a stick of Arko that I haven't brought myself to use. To me it smells like a combination of Toilet Duck branded cleaner and toothpaste. I can't bring myself to imbue that smell in all my brushes, and then spread it over my face. I understand many enjoy that scent and, just not for me.
I have not purchased TOBS sandalwood recently, but that is the strongest fragrance of any soap in my den. It is so strong that I reserve it for defunking new natural hair brushes.That is many U.S. artisans. I've sworn off. I'm mostly enjoying long term name brands and a very few European artisans. That the Europeans have to do the testing rigor they do, keeps the scent strength to a manageable level IMO.
I ... Couldn't..... BreatheI was even expecting to attract flies. It was that bad. I better not think more of it. It may cause Post Traumatic Shave Syndrome. I’m to scared to order another sample to give a second chance.
Sounds like b&m fougere if you open the can neeeeh but smells nice as a lather and performs very wellGot a sample of Shannon’s Soap when I bought one of my Zenith brushes. The scent was called black magic... it reminded me of whatever deodorizer cleaning solution a pat veterinarian would spray after expressing a dogs anal gland.
I guess I just don’t have it in me to be wasteful. I pressed it into a lather bowl this very afternoon as my wife didn’t mind the scent and said she’d use it for shaving her gams. Once it was lathered they scent profile changed and it was actually a nice scent but for some reason the soap in its packaging was a bit traumatic to my senses.
I've not tried that. The only one of theirs I've had is Lavender which was meh and I didn't care for the purple dye. As to the dye - just why??I have not purchased TOBS sandalwood recently, but that is the strongest fragrance of any soap in my den. It is so strong that I reserve it for defunking new natural hair brushes.
Swenson even makes durian ice cream. It is palatable for me just not a fan and if it is the mild ripe scent and not the overripe scent you might get lots of female asian attention whereas the latter will get you kicked out of public transport and hotels lol.Just imagine....Durian scented shaving soap...mmm...that pungent odor of raw sewage....
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