+1 for sheep
Too much "and spice" in that one for me. Also a softer soap than I prefer
Maol Grooming - Marlogue Wood (more cedar than pine)
I think my brother uses that Edwin Jaeger DE89 and he likes it. The only current production DE I've ever tried is the cheap Dorco superspeed...
Hi TSD, I inherited a straight razor from my grandfather that I can't find much info about online. It reads "Premier Lifetime U.S.A. 577" on the...
not sure if it's still available but Southern Witchcrafts makes a cedar soap that is nice
This thread was how I originally found this website, looking for info on my daily driver (a thrift store patent-pending rocket HD), nice to see...
Did not know they were gone already, that's a shame. Really great value product.
Haslinger lathers a lot more easily in bad/hard water than MWF. If you have nice water it might not matter. I also find the Schafmilch flavor...
Chatillon Lux TSM Fougere. Luckily I have 3.5 bottles still.
Paul, I think everything with "Man" in the name (except for Gentleman and Witchy Woman lol) is based on a Creed scent
^ those were fun little cars... not as fun as the CRX they replaced, though
SKS and a Maverick 88 12ga... cheap get er done tools.
I've tried several shampoo bars now and am sticking with stirling unscented as it is the best one
Nice scent name... what's it smell like?
I haven't been online much... what's new in the world of Stirling since ~Christmas?
bumping to say that Les Industries Groom has a very nice alcohol based aftershave, in 1 scent only (juniper/vetiver/patchouli/lime, most heavy on...
It is for this reason that I mostly just use the unscented sheep soap from Stirling
40+ for me...
I've only tried the Reserve line and didn't care for the style of lather it makes
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