It is not bad, but not worth the cost - I tried a few samples.
On a side note: I used to use Clinique shaving gel (around $20) and it was wonderful. Much better than Edge or Gillette. Then one time I got stuck without it and I tried Nivea sensitive ($2.50 when on sale). Never bought the Clinique again - the Nivea is so good.
I tried since then newer Gillette and Schick Hydro gels (which came free with razors) and they still do not match the Nivea.
posted: Apr. 27, 2012 @ 9:11p
Do you have any idea if they care whether the can is empty or full? I have one can that is 99% empty (feels entirely empty) and one that's full (which could be emptied) that I got for free or nearly free at some point and would be willing to trade in. These should both work as they are, correct?
Spend a few bucks more on a cheap brush and a tube of Bigelow/Proraso from bath and body works if you really want to try something better. AoS products are part marketing IMO.
posted: Apr. 28, 2012 @ 12:16a
I've also tried a free sample of this shaving cream and I have to admit, it was damn good. However when I saw the price, I came back to reality and realized I'm no high roller!
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posted: Apr. 28, 2012 @ 5:15a
MISTERCHEAP said: Chupa said: Thanks for posting. I can't wait to see if a $15 tube of shaving cream really is better than a $5 one. Game on.
$5 one? who on FW spends $5 on a can of shaving cream?
King of Shaves Gel. The stuff is golden and, come on this is FW. We look at cost not price. There is a difference. The actual cost is about the same b/c a tube lasts 2x longer than a can of air whipped foam because you only use a dab. The genius of it for me is that I don't end up with a face that looks like a war zone the way a can of regular shaving cream does me even with the best of blades.
posted: Apr. 28, 2012 @ 1:30p
went there this morning and the sales had no clue what i was talking about. make sure you bring a printout of the promotion with you.
posted: Apr. 28, 2012 @ 10:34p
The Art of Shaving stuff is good, but Jack Black Beard Lube is much better. Art of Shaving was bought by P&G about 2 years ago, so the quality is not as good as it was.
RAV12KOSTROMA said: The Art of Shaving stuff is good, but Jack Black Beard Lube is much better. Art of Shaving was bought by P&G about 2 years ago, so the quality is not as good as it was. I've never used AOS or JB stuff before, so I can't comment on quality, but the name "Beard Lube" is, uh, catchy!
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