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The Art of Shaving Pre-Shave Oil - Lavender

What it is:An essential preparatory step for a close, comfortable shave.What it does:This sensitive-skin essential softens the beard to facilitate a soothing, efficient shave, without leaving an oily residue. This natural formula protects the face and neck by acting as a barrier between the skin and beard, helping the blade glide over the skin.What else you need to know:With its unique blend of botanical ingredients and 100 percent pure essential oils, this shave optimizer is ideal for men with ingrown hair, razor burn, or tough beards. It is free of alcohol, synthetic dyes, and other ingredients that can be harmful when absorbed into the skin.
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Is this used in conjunction with the AOS shaving cream?
I'm looking at purchasing the kit, and im curious if this is used before the cream. anyone know?

if so i was thinking that you apply the oil and then start lathering up the cream. while lathering the oil will be nicely settled. please let me know if im wrong. thanks
asked 3 years, 6 months ago
shaundizzle
(San Clemente, CA)
on Pre-Shave Oil - Lavender
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The oil does go on BEFORE the cream. The oil goes onto your bare skin to create a protective layer between you and the blade. Then apply the shaving cream to give the razor the proper glide over your skin.
answered 3 months, 3 weeks ago
kjreed
(Pontiac, MI)
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oil causes razor to clog help?
I use this and the shave cream to shave my legs but even with consistantly running the razor under hot water it still clogs the razor blade. Any suggestions?
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Anonymous
(Burbank)
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