Just out of interest, does anybody here use a straight razor with the full complement of Hydrolast products? How does the RMWS work with a straight edge? Or, is there any particular reason that a DE is preferred over a straight?
As you've mentioned that some of your shave creams are separating, could this factor in to your lather issues?
AFDavis11 said:That is odd; to me too thin and dries to fast are antagonists of each other. If the water is too hot that may dry it out faster. I would try less water any time my cream is thin, I mean its never too thin for me right out of the tub.
Just brainstroming a little:
Sometimes I just toss the brush out of the picture and put a little cream on my finger tips and rub it in by hand (using the whiskers as the "brush"). Dipping my hands into the sink on occasion to keep the cream wet. It never gets runny because my hands don't hold water like a brush and therefore I never apply too much water.
Does the RO process include filters that need to be changed?
Hope things get better for you.