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Promoted 07-27-2016 by qwikwit at 12:32 PM View Original Post
healthcareplus1 via eBay has a few 3.6oz Proraso Pre-Shave Creams on sale for $8.50 each. Shipping is free. Thanks CafeKitKat

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Proraso Pre-Shave Cream is highly rated on Amazon earning 4.6 out of 5 stars based on 950 reviews. -qwikwit

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Edited July 26, 2016 at 05:11 PM by kh0rneflakes
Healthcareplus1 via eBay: Proraso Pre-Shave Creme 3.6 oz / 100 ml

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Pre-shave cream?! Cream you put on your face before you put a different kind of cream on your face prior to shaving? This whole facial hair thing has become performance art.
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Get yourself a glycerin shaving bar (and a shaving brush). It works just as well, costs less and lasts longer.
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Pre-shave cream?! Cream you put on your face before you put a different kind of cream on your face prior to shaving? This whole facial hair thing has become performance art.
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Pre-shave cream?! Cream you put on your face before you put a different kind of cream on your face prior to shaving? This whole facial hair thing has become performance art.
You can use this as an aftershave balm. Feels tingly and dries quickly
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You can use this as an aftershave balm. Feels tingly and dries quickly
Then the aftershave will feel left out of the equation.
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Can someone educated me on why I would use this item as compared to just showering before I shave? I already use their standard shaving soap with a safety razor, if that's important.
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Too many chemicals + alcohol. Why would anyone would use anything with alcohol on the skin?
Cheaper and better alternative - grape seed cold pressed oil (it's a base for many expensive preshave oils - works just the same)
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Can someone educated me on why I would use this item as compared to just showering before I shave? I already use their standard shaving soap with a safety razor, if that's important.

I have a jar and use it if I go more than 7 days without shaving. It does help reduce pull when the hairs get that long. I'm not sure how much it would help with every day shaving but it acts like a really dense and slippery cream so it's probably good for that too. However I think it cost too much to do that. If you get one you should also get a tub of Noxzema and see if there is any difference. The two seem similar but Noxzema is about 1/3 the price.
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I use this stuff after I tried to make a conversion to a safety razor. It helps, but I just use a normal razor. I use this poraso (which is great) and then thick shaving cream like what you would do with a safety razor. Then I use some tri derma redness reducer lotion. As you can guess, I have overly sensitive skin.
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Quote from RobertB1518 View Post :
I use this stuff after I tried to make a conversion to a safety razor. It helps, but I just use a normal razor. I use this poraso (which is great) and then thick shaving cream like what you would do with a safety razor. Then I use some tri derma redness reducer lotion. As you can guess, I have overly sensitive skin.
How many different types of blades did you try? I bought a sample of different brands and tried many before one felt right. It's like buying shoes! :-D
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Too many chemicals + alcohol. Why would anyone would use anything with alcohol on the skin?
Cheaper and better alternative - grape seed cold pressed oil (it's a base for many expensive preshave oils - works just the same)
Grape seed oil = chemicals.
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Grape seed oil = chemicals.
La Tourangelle Grapeseed oil is an expeller-pressed (hexane-free), all-natural, non-GMO oil handcrafted from quality grape seeds, dried and then carefully crushed.


https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1

Show me the chemicals. Also read how this one is made - hexane free, if that was what you meant.

And a little more (to widen the horizons): Expeller pressing is a chemical-free mechanical process that extracts oil from seeds and nuts. This method of oil extraction is an alternative to the hexane-extraction method used for many conventional oils wave
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Quote from RobertB1518 View Post :
I use this stuff after I tried to make a conversion to a safety razor. It helps, but I just use a normal razor. I use this poraso (which is great) and then thick shaving cream like what you would do with a safety razor. Then I use some tri derma redness reducer lotion. As you can guess, I have overly sensitive skin.
I bet you have a phenomenal looking landing strip though. :-)
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La Tourangelle Grapeseed oil is an expeller-pressed (hexane-free), all-natural, non-GMO oil handcrafted from quality grape seeds, dried and then carefully crushed.


https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1

Show me the chemicals. Also read how this one is made - hexane free, if that was what you meant.

And a little more (to widen the horizons): Expeller pressing is a chemical-free mechanical process that extracts oil from seeds and nuts. This method of oil extraction is an alternative to the hexane-extraction method used for many conventional oils wave
I still bet they use dihydrogen monoxide. Nasty chemical responsible for thousands of deaths each year.
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