Natural Shave Products

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Natural Shave Products

Post by RAWTruthLabs » Wed Mar 29, 2017 3:01 pm

Has anyone tried natural shave cream and other shave products and if so, do you think they provided a smoother shave experience over store bought products with chemicals?

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Re: Natural Shave Products

Post by brothers » Wed Mar 29, 2017 4:59 pm

Please provide examples of brand name "natural" shave products. . . Or, in the alternative, the heck with brands, what are natural products as opposed to 'store bought products with chemicals" Maybe I have, maybe I haven't, but you need to provide a bit more detail, please! :) My homemade shaving soap has about 5 or 6 ingredients.

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Re: Natural Shave Products

Post by CMur12 » Wed Mar 29, 2017 10:44 pm

Welcome to SMF, RAWTruthLabs!

I think it would depend on your sensitivity to some of those chemicals. Commercial soaps and creams vary a lot in their ingredients. Some have ingredients that I object to and others don't. Some I really like and some I don't. There are a number of artisan soaps that I really like because they offer EO (essential oil) scents, as I am very sensitive to fragrances. I especially like natural citrus scents.

Your name, RAWTruthLabs, sounds like you might be a vendor. If that is the case, you would need to promote your products in the Shopping forum only.

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Re: Natural Shave Products

Post by drmoss_ca » Thu Mar 30, 2017 3:33 am

I'd like to see you try to make a shaving cream, or indeed, anything at all, without chemicals!

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