Ok, so we've got shaving all taken care of but what about that hair and the rest of your face? Get the low down on shampoo's, conditioners, finishers, cleansers, toners and moisturizers right here!
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I am trying this out after shaving and at night when I hit the bed. it definitely gives a nice soft, moisturized feel. I know they use this oil in the better shave creams like Trumpers. I found it for $13.00 a tub at Whole Foods.
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I have a colleague who has been using coconut oil for a year now. He swears by it !!! Good luck.
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i'd never use organic ones but coconut oil is great...
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it's nice ut i prefer dedicated preparats
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I prefer moisturiser as it suits my skin type.
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Coconut oil has long been known for its ability to heal skin sores. I guess it should do the same for shaved skin.
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I prefer to cook with it but that's just me.
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but coconut oil is great
I agree with you.
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I love coconut oil. I use it to prevent dry cracked skin in dry winter months. I use it as a hair dressing. I melt it onto my baked sweet potatoes (amazingly delicious). Wonderful stuff.