I think its funny!
I am member # 68 in this forum! Most of youse guys are the newbies!
Thanks for the "fix" Jo!
Works great if you have razor burn.... or sunburn.
It has a few chemicals in it, but occasional use should be OK.
Thank you Jo-
Hard water can greatly contribute to this feeling, Dove is, BTW, not strictly speaking soap.
Its a cleansing bar, that may have some soap in...
If it collapses its mostly bubbles, not good. If it squishes out its an emulsion of water and soap/cream, good!
Go do it! :D
For this exercise use twice that amount.
Lather that has been overworked will look big but it's mostly air, think yogurt rather than whipped...
It can take up to a minute on a hard soap to load your brush- you can always add water but, as you discovered, you cannot take it out!
Almost without fail the new wet shaver does not use enough product, another hint is that you get a better lather from cream than soap!
She is a looker!
Have you tried the salt cleaning trick? +1 on ethanol as a preferred solvent.
I am an avid duck and goose guy.
Great South Bay of Long Island and the North Shore mostly.
Tidal water is open for anyone to hunt. I always...
If someone handed you a trombone you would not expect to master it in a week. Same thing with wet shaving, be patient and perfect your technique.
Happy Birthday Rodd!
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