Proraso Shaving Cream, Sandalwood, 150 ml, New Formulation

Still made today in accordance with the rigorous, hot soap-making process, which transforms the natural ingredients into a very fine soap.

Product Features

  • Made in Italy
  • 150 ml
  • New Formulation

June 3, 2014 - Comment
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2 thoughts on “Proraso Shaving Cream, Sandalwood, 150 ml, New Formulation

  1. mitzo1 "mitzo1" says:

    Makes you wonder why it’s not sold everywhere… Maybe it’s the Italian name that makes it difficult to market to the masses (it’s available at Bath and Bodyworks as a re-packaged CO Bigelow product). In any event, no living, breathing man should be denied the opportunity to indulge in this superb shaving product.Though it might not get the kind of enthusiastic endorsement reserved for the higher-end English made creams from the discerning wet shaver/hobbyist crowd (shave geeks), Proraso is a quantum leap in quality compared to the canned stuff on the drug store shelf. For the uninitiated, a tube of Proraso cream is an excellent first step in the journey toward a vastly improved shaving experience.Aside from the luxurious, cushioning lather one can make using a decent badger hair shaving brush (highly recommended), Proraso’s strength is also its drawback. The cooling, tingling sensation of menthol and eucalyptus oil is a pleasurable experience for many, but harsh for those with highly sensitive skin (and…

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