Men’s Shave Cream by Burt’s Bees 6 oz Cream Natural Skin Care for Men Shave Cream Take the sting out of shaving for long-lasting comfort. How it Works Get a close smooth shave with this natural shave cream that soothes skin for long-lasting comfort. Calendula and linden extract calm skin irritation while chamomile soothes and hydrates leaving skin smooth moisturized and looking its natural best. How to Use It Apply your cream to a wet face massaging it in a thin even layer. Then shave and rinse. Featured Ingredient Calendula Calendula officinalis of the Marigold plant. Calendula is classified as an anti-inflammatory and is often used to treat itching flaking weeping skin conditions. Ingredients water helianthus annuus (sunflower) seed oil stearic acid glycerin cocos nucifera (coconut) oil silica sodium borate glucose cetyl alcohol citrus aurantium bergamia (bergamot) fruit oil citrus medica limonum (lemon) peel oil citrus aurantium dulcis (orange) peel oil pogostemon cablin (patchouli
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3 thoughts on “Burt’s Bees: Men’s Shave Cream, 6 oz”
Bad Stuff! : sticky on your face, your blade, & your sink I normally like Burt’s Bees products, and have been wetshaving with a double edged Merkur razor with platinum blades for quite a while. Burt’s Bees used to make Bay Rum shaving soap cakes that lathered well and had a nice scent. I tried this shaving cream expecting the same level of product.It was VERY POOR compared to even dollar bars of shaving soap.This cream stays very tacky when applied to the face, and does not mix with water well at all. As a lubricant it stays…
It must be useful for something, just not shaving! 0
Not Really A Shave Cream If you are a classic brush and blade user, that is a badger/bristle shave brush with soap or cream, you will find this product disappointing and possibly unsatisfactory. I have been using creams meant for brush use–Proraso, Cyril Salter, Geo. Trumper, Taylor’s, Art of Shaving, and others–and am used to a lathering cream that works up well with a good brush. Burt’s Bees does not perform well with a brush at all. It does not lather, with or without water, and I have found it pointless to use…
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