Well done and interesting (speaking as one who received many bottles of OS as gifts over the years). I have sworn off Gillette and P & G products (difficult but not impossible) after their anti-male ad campaign.
I have used OS for over 50 years and agree with you 100%. I don’t buy into this vintage thing. Smells the same to me. There, I said it. It’s P&G for me all the way.Not worth it.
I am convinced that all versions of Old Spice are more or less the same, the only differences are due to variations of individual chemical suppliers and also the effects of aging on perfume.
My recently purchased OS Original was mfg. in Canada. The OS Original I have from India doesn’t even smell like the Original Old Spice of yore.Even if formulations don't change, now that PG is manufacturing in India, it is possible the sources of their ingredients are just a bit different in quality than what they used to be.
I think the idea, is to actually close your eyes and mouth, spritz it on your face and then rub it into your face. It probably won't hurt your eye lids if you keep your eyes closed and it won't bother your nose if you don't breathe in when spraying it.Hey, I had a question and was looking around for more appropriate threads and I suppose this may be the best.
I have a bottle of the OS Fresh Lime with the spritz top. I like the scent fine but I'm not sure what they were thinking with the top.
Is the idea that you point it at your face and spray it onto your face? I've tried and it gets all over my nose and eyes which is an awful experience. I end up just spraying it in my hand and applying it by hand to my face just like EVERY other aftershave splash I've ever used.
Is that the idea? That someone is supposed to spray this directly on their face?