Discussion in 'Shave Soaps' started by Str8on2, Oct 4, 2018.
PM sent amigo..
Got this one in a couple of days ago. Doppelgänger Green Label, an homage to Paco Rabanne Pour Homme. Green, powdery and straight up a classic barber shop like type scent. If you enjoyed the real deal, this one is definitely worth a look. The soap scent is a bit lighter and not as pronounced as the aftershave/cologne but, you catch nice whiffs of it when lathering and applying. The splash is nearly a dead ringer to the original with decent longevity. Performance is really good as the rest of the CK-6 line up is.
great soap sir,great review..
Excellent review. I guess not being able to sleep has it's advantages.
Excellent write up you did.
I'm using the Sandalwood version of the CK-6 formulation and it is a superior soap. It rivals top tier soaps, including my beloved SV.
There are so many terrific soaps out there today, it's getting increasingly difficult for one to distinguish itself; hence the explosion of exotic scents. PAA CK-6 stands out the old fashion way, through sheer performance.
i agree sir..fantastic soap once dialed in..
I haven’t tried a PAA soap yet, but I have two of their AS and they are top performers. Great scent profiles and face feel.
I confess I like their packaging and appreciate the variety and creativity of their scents.
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