I thought of this study recently when I was working at a guy's house and he very kindly gave me his father's old stash of Shulton OS. One unopened bottle and one half bottle!
West Coast ShavingWow, what an interesting study. A lot of the science went way over my head but it was cool to read nonetheless!
Next begs the questions, where can one purchase the current Indian OS version? Forgive me for not reading all 5 pages of posts but is this something U.S. customers can aquire easily?
I'd really thought that I'd gathered every possible shaving related item from the front bathroom and moved it all to the back bathroom a year ago. I was in the front one today, putting away some things, when I spotted an OS aftershave bottle, about a third filled, right there where had it been a poisonous snake, I'd have been bitten. Now, I can make the comparison more directly than just from memory!I wore it for years and Vijon the best for the price today but I am looking for some vintage my Dad used up my stash from the 1980s since I got married in 1995 and the wife said NO OS in the house. But she likes Vijon Spice. ??????
I miss the old Ole Spice it was special.
+1Suffice to say, P&G destroyed Old Spice. It was so disappointing I used the rest of the bottle while bathing my dogs. Thankfully we can still get the Shulton India Old Spice, which to me is the same as the original before P&G took over the USA operations.
There are older threads discussing this. I believe if it says Shulton and not P&G you have original Shulton and the original formulas.I found a boxed bottle of Old Spice in the back of my father's closet a few months back it says Shulton New York. London. Paris. on the back of the bottle, could it be the real deal or did P&G keep the Shulton logo on the bottles for a while after they acquired Old Spice?