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SRD wrote:Beards and great shaves are not mutually exclusive. I have a very trimmed beard that I have worn for almost 40 years and I still enjoy a 3 pass shave every day.
Quarterstick wrote:Thanks for the suggestions thus far. Is aftershave balm different from a moisturizure? I have not had a lot of luck with various mosturizers. I have combination skin and they tend to cause me more problems than they fix, so I am somewhat cautious. I may seek out samples, if available, from the above.
maskaggs wrote:SRD wrote:Beards and great shaves are not mutually exclusive. I have a very trimmed beard that I have worn for almost 40 years and I still enjoy a 3 pass shave every day.
+1. If I want to grow out a beard, I still very much enjoy the shaving process (if I grow it out, I make sure it stops just below the jawline). Not to mention being liberal with the aftershave means I get to enjoy the scent all day long.
jww wrote:Hard to say. Balms tend to have scent/fragrance in them -- not always so with moisturizer. Some balms have some alcohol --- so that they evaporate as well as work into the skin. The few balms I have used over the years, tend to have restorative properties and some amount of astringence. Not so with moisturizers which will soak in, and sometimes leave a residue-ish feeling.
Can't talk to the actual pharmaceutical science of the differences, but there you have it.
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