Well, You can't have too much of a good set of shaving, grooming and hygiene products. I have assembled some more good stuff for your viewing pleasure. First, the Obsession For Men Product Lineup! Contains the following: Calvin Klein's Obsession For Men Cologne Calvin Klein's Obsession For Men Aftershave Calvin Klein's Obsession For Men Deodorant Mama Bear's Obsession For Him Shave Soap Mama Bear's Obsession For Him Bath Soap Lather & Wood's Preshave Oil Retseliney Vegan Hyaluronic Acid Face Serum (post shave balm) NEW PICTURE 1 YEAR LATER WITH NEW LABEL ON SOAP BOWL! The next iteration of this theme is for my Royal Water Cologne, which is still in a state of flux with my product choices and I reserve the right to edit this product list and update with new photos as I find the best products to put with this. For now, this setup has the following products: Fragrance - Creed's Royal Water Cologne Shampoo - Paul Mitchell Tea Tree Lemon & Sage Bath Soap - Alaffia Lemongrass Citrus African Black Soap Bar OR Shea Terra Organics Lemongrass African Black Soap Bodywash OR Mrs. Meyers Clean Day Lemon-Verbena Bar Soap Shave Soap - Mama Bear's Bounty Shave Soap Aftershave - Country Club For Men's 1837 Aftershave (Specially made for me with custom color! And they don't even carry this product anymore! Woo hoo!) Deodorant - Organic Essence Lemon Tea Tree Mint Deodorant NEW ADDITION!!!!! NEW ADDITION!!! BAY RUM!!! Cologne - C.O. Bigelow Apothocary No. 32 Bay Rum Aftershave - Gabels Bay Rum Aftershave in a brown, old-school Apothecary Bottle Deodorant - Sam's Natural Bay Scent Shave Soap - Ogallala Shea Butter Shave Soap Razor is a DaveOcean33 "ATLAS". He believes in a 33-degree blade angle The quality of the build is not up to what I expect even for a $25 razor like this. It's wonderful eye candy but has not held up under use very well. After 3 blade changes, the interior portions where the razor blade touches the razor parts is now worn and the initial coating is simply wearing away. IMO, had this razor been built with better intent for longevity, it would be a worth recommending. It remarkably resembles the Joris razors that cost many times more in price and when this razor sufficiently wears out, I will likely be replacing it with an expensive Joris. It's no longer available and I cannot find it anywhere now. Seems to be discontinued or DaveOcean33 went out of business. **I also want to give a shout out to Dandy Shaving Company's Cold Spice Soap which is Bay Rum scented and IMO, the best Bay Rum scented soap among the 5 different soaps I tried, but my skin doesn't react well to tallow soaps and it's a very heavily mentholated soap, which is an acquired 'feel' that I just couldn't get past. However, if you like mentholated tallow soaps, THIS should be your choice as the scent is perfect.** **Stephan's Bay Rum Aftershave was the runner up for the aftershave and is, IMO, just as good and also seems to have a longer lasting scent** For the Bay Rum containers, I utilized my color laser printer and Avery Labels along with Krylon's "Preserve It" spray coating to protect the labels from elemental damage. The center piece of this kit is the wonderful and beautiful custom shave stand built by Robert Evans of "woodshoprobert" on Etsy. Just so you know, I went through THOUSANDS of Google Images on a search to find this obscure custom stand. It took weeks to even settle on this one as the item I wanted after looking at so many pictures and products. https://www.etsy.com/shop/woodshoprobert https://www.etsy.com/listing/244446279/shaving-shelf-for-soap-razor-and-brush?ref=shop_home_active_1 The total cost with shipping was around $70 for the stand and as you can see, it's worth it. He put up with my requests and even a revision during construction. His patience was appreciated as I was quite talkative and asked a lot of questions. I was able to send Robert my brush and he cut the brush slot to fit the handle. The results were fantastic and I wanted to share them with you. The razor is an antique circa 1907 Gillette DE Razor. I purchased this from Razor Emporium. They have sold me 3 revamped razors total (one of them is still being plated). Their work is immaculate as you can see. It's my prize razor in my collection thus far and a beauty. The next item is the brush for the OFM theme. Unbeknownst to Robert, I had purchased more than one Every Man Jack Brush. So, while he was using one brush to cut a precise slot, I was doing a project of my own and painted a polyurethane finish on my brush in order to match the shiny coat Robert would put on the shave stand. The next item in the OFM theme is the beautiful Fossil Onyx Shave Bowl I could not find any brand name for, although my best guess is that it's a Colonel Conk bowl. These bowls are, unfortunately, no longer sold anywhere. If you're lucky you might find one on Ebay or Etsy. They are very beautiful bowls and I'm shocked they are no longer being sold. NEW LABEL 1 YEAR LATER AND STILL GORGEOUS! The surprises kept coming with this shave kit as, yet again, a product description failed to correctly depict an item I would receive. I ordered this "Honey" Mango colored bowl and as you can see at this link, it does NOT look like the bowl above. I actually LIKED the bowl's color better than the "honey" color I originally came up with. The bowl being a different color was a problem only because I bought this Gentleman's Hanger honey colored brush to match it: Uhh, you can see my problem. Even worse, when I searched the web for a matching colored, glossy brush, I couldn't find anything to match the bowl! Luckily the brush was bare wood with no finish. So, I went BACK to Home Depot and bought Varathane Wood Stain in the Golden Mahogany color: I also applied the same clear coat finish to the stained brush and it became the beauty you see above. A match to the bowl. I ended up with a better color than I first envisioned with that bowl and just "went with it". This whole project took me a long time to complete. It was actually my FIRST PROJECT, not the black shave kit I first posted on here. THIS was SUPPOSED to be my "first" project folks. But it took WAY too long to complete. LOL So, there you have it. My most recent shave kit. You're welcome. I hope you enjoyed viewing this post as much as I'll enjoy using this shave kit.