The Art of Shaving Shaving Cream, Sandalwood, 5 fl. oz.

December 23, 2018 - Comment

The Art of Shaving Shaving Cream softens and lifts the beard for a close and comfortable shave, and protects the skin from irritation and razor burn. Rich with glycerin, coconut oil and essential oils, the shaving cream leaves your skin smooth and moisturized. It can be lathered up with a shaving brush or with fingers.

The Art of Shaving Shaving Cream softens and lifts the beard for a close and comfortable shave, and protects the skin from irritation and razor burn. Rich with glycerin, coconut oil and essential oils, the shaving cream leaves your skin smooth and moisturized. It can be lathered up with a shaving brush or with fingers.

Product Features

  • The Art of Shaving Shaving Cream softens and lifts the beard for a close and comfortable shave, and protects the skin from irritation and razor burn.
  • Rich with glycerin, coconut oil and essential oils, the shaving cream leaves your skin smooth and moisturized.
  • It can be lathered up with a shaving brush or with fingers.
  • Sandalwood essential oil – Normal to dry skin
  • Softens and lifts the beard for a close and comfortable shave
  • Protects the skin from irritation and razor burn
  • Leaves your skin smooth and moisturized
  • Rich with glycerin, coconut oil and 100% pure sandalwood essential oil

Comments

Anonymous says:

Worth it. It was rather tough convincing myself to spend the money for this shaving cream, let’s be realistic, in a world full of $1.99 shaving creams, a majority will come across this item and agree it is over priced! Only it isn’t, especially if you use a brush. I’ve been wet shaving for awhile now and the problem I always seemed to run into with other shaving creams is it failure to really lather, so the first thing I noticed with this was how well it lathers. The second thing I noticed was the scent,…

Anonymous says:

Very good, but I prefer Taylor of Old Bond Street… Since I’ve tried both this product and Taylor of Old Bond Street’s – the two big names (evidently) in shaving creams – I figured it’s about time I write a review.The bottom line is that both products are very good, and if you’re trying to decide between one or the other, you’ll probably be happy with either. However, ultimately I prefer the Taylor of Old Bond Street’s product a tad bit more. The first one I tried was the Art of Shaving’s Sandalwood. When that ran out, I tried…

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