British Shave Creams

When it comes to shave creams the British brands arguably the benchmark for all other creams. The wet shaving tradition has a long history in Britain and that excellence is evident in their products. But with so many brands to choose from I thought I would break things down a bit and take a look at some classic, and must try, shave creams from Britain.

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Comparing Proraso – Green, Red, White & Blue

Proraso Green was the first shave soap that I had purchased that was not from a can of some sort. The smell was invigorating, having to use a brush made me feel ‘old school’ and somehow cool. Since that first experience I have worked myself through the various ‘colors’ of Proraso and I compiled a quick break down of each and what they are best suited for.

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Dominello Vitali Shave Cream Review

My opinion of brushless shave cream has been changed somewhat by Dominello Vitali Shave Cream. I have been using it for the past week or so and for the past week or so I have had great shaves. No irritation, no burning, and of course a close shave that leaves your face feeling moisturized.

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Elvado Fragrance Free Classic Shaving Soap

Ratings: Value: 9 Cushion: 8 Slickness: 9 Scent Pleasantness: 10 (or a zero depending how you look at it) Scent

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Tabac Shaving Cream In Tube – A Review

My country hopping shave cream train continues with German made Tabac Shave Cream (my previous two stops being American made Cremo, and the Spainsh La Toja). After reading many positive experiences with the Tabac Shaving Cream I finally got around to picking up a tube for myself, and after three or four shaves I can see why Tabac has a faithful following. The scent didn’t really work for me, but the lather was fantastic.

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Taylor of Old Bond Street Lemon & Lime Shaving Cream – Review

Ratings: Overall: Value: Lather: Scent: Moisturising: Overall: Images of a soda or a refreshing dessert comes to mind when you

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