Edwin Jagger Soaps

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Modern Ancient

Edwin Jagger Soaps

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What is everyone's opinion, on these soaps? I love them. I have had Cooling Menthol, for sometime, now, and, I recently, last week, purchased Aloe Vera. Aloe Vera smells better. It smells like shaving soap should smell. It is, simply, marvelous. I love it. It is a great part, of my morning, now. It loves a boar hair brush, though, I am sure a horse hair, or, synthetic fibre brush, would do, just fine, as well.
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IMO they're solid, mid-tier products. :)
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We don't seem to hear much about them on the forums, but obviously there are a lot of people who use them or they wouldn't be in business. As for me, I'm perpetually curious about the menthol soap.
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I've had sea buckthorn and Aloe in the past and they were pretty decent actually! Not sure why i sold them off to be honest.

I've got the Muhle sea buckthorn on the way and will hopefully pickup the ej limes and pomegranate in future.
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brothers wrote:We don't seem to hear much about them on the forums, but obviously there are a lot of people who use them or they wouldn't be in business. As for me, I'm perpetually curious about the menthol soap.

Their Cooling Menthol soap smells amazing. It is a good performer, as well. It gives a good, quick, easy lather. Also, the aloe vera soap smells like shaving, in a perfume oil.
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I have some Sea buckthorn and indeed it is solid mid-range soap. It isn't DHR or certainly not MWF -- but it is solid and the scent is outstanding.
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jww wrote:I have some Sea buckthorn and indeed it is solid mid-range soap. It isn't DHR or certainly not MWF -- but it is solid and the scent is outstanding.
I agree with that.
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