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Look what I found at Walmart. I like minty shave creams and soaps so I had to try it. I liked the original in the red capped tube but I lost that one to a lady friend of mine. I'll try it out tomorrow morning with the Sensor and my Semogue 1520.

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(01-16-2016, 01:19 AM)chevyguy Wrote: Look what I found at Walmart. I like minty shave creams and soaps so I had to try it. I liked the original in the red capped tube but I lost that one to a lady friend of mine. I'll try it out tomorrow morning with the Sensor and my Semogue 1520.

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Cremo Cooling Shaving Cream is great stuff. It's got the right amount of Cool, and slickness for great glide. It doesn't have a lot of cushion but it does give good protection due to there being a thin layer being left on the skin after the razor pass. I used my Semogue 1520 to reapply the Cremo in between passes. I enjoyed a shave that was 99.9% bbs, and irritation free. I did two passes, wtg, and atg. Cremo makes going atg easy and comfortable. At just under 6 dollar's Cremo is a great value and worth a try.

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Sounds like it's worth a shot. I've never tried it before, but have seen it in stores. Thanks Clayton!
- Jeff
#4
I have a tube of regular Cremo but never tried it with a brush. I used it about 3 times when I first started using a DE and haven't used it since. It's not bad I just didn't like the way you apply it per the instructions without a brush.
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(01-17-2016, 04:57 AM)Hobbyist Wrote: I have a tube of regular Cremo but never tried it with a brush. I used it about 3 times when I first started using a DE and haven't used it since. It's not bad I just didn't like the way you apply it per the instructions without a brush.

It works pretty well with a brush. This morning I'm going to change things up a bit and use it as a preshave and face lather my Arko SS over it.

Clayton

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(01-17-2016, 03:40 AM)wyze0ne Wrote: Sounds like it's worth a shot. I've never tried it before, but have seen it in stores. Thanks Clayton!

Your welcome Jeff. On the Cremo website there is a full refund rebate form that allows you to try Cremo for free. Even includes all their skin care products.

Clayton

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(01-17-2016, 05:05 PM)chevyguy Wrote:
(01-17-2016, 04:57 AM)Hobbyist Wrote: I have a tube of regular Cremo but never tried it with a brush. I used it about 3 times when I first started using a DE and haven't used it since. It's not bad I just didn't like the way you apply it per the instructions without a brush.

It works pretty well with a brush. This morning I'm going to change things up a bit and use it as a preshave and face lather my Arko SS over it.

Clayton

I'm gonna try it as a pre-shave. Good thinking!
#8

Member
Austin, TX
I have the regular Cremo but have not used it in ages. Works great for a Super Lather too with your favorite soap.

I am a sucker for menthol so this is right up my alley- thanks Clayton for the heads up.
Kevin
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(01-18-2016, 03:13 PM)kwsher Wrote: I have the regular Cremo but have not used it in ages. Works great for a Super Lather too with your favorite soap.

I am a sucker for menthol so this is right up my alley- thanks Clayton for the heads up.

You got it buddy. I used it as a preshave this morning with my Mama Bear/Honeybee Sue Lime Coconut SS and it really helped out the soap in the skin protection, and razor glide areas. I did my usual two pass shave and ended up bbs everywhere except above my lip, and it was close to it there too. I liked the added Menthol/Peppermint coolness that it added to the soap also, it was quite pleasant.

Clayton

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Cremo works great as a preshave, I've been using it all week underneath my soaps and creams. I really like it underneath my Proraso Blue.

Clayton


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