#1
So I was responding to another thread that asked what my favorite soap was and it occurred to me that those are soaps for use at home.

Traveling, however, is a totally different ballgame.

So how about it gents (and ladies if that's how you prefer to be identified)? What's your go to TRAVEL soap?


For me it's a good ole palmolive stick or a tub of Barrister_N_Mann LPC. And if it's an extended trip I'll bring along a tin of Dr Dittmer (a rather underrated soap IMO).

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#2
Depends how long I am gone for. If it is requiring one day, I may bring a puck or could do a shave stick. But chances are I will bring something that has good enough post shaves that I can get away with bringing less aftershave products.

Last time I traveled, it was Mike's Hungarian Lavender, but before that was Mystic Water and Barrister and Mann. I could take SV with me as well.

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#3

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Athens, Greece
I take a La Toja stick with me. Excellent soap, I have plenty of them in my stock. Of course, it depends on where I'm going. If I travel by my car, I just take any soap I like that comes in a plastic container.

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#4

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Detroit
I bring whatever soap I feel like using. It's not like a tub of soap takes up a whole lot of space so I'm not concerned about that. I rarely fly anywhere so I don't have to worry about bags getting lost. I could understand not wanting to lose an unobtainium or rare soap though, so if I was flying, I probably wouldn't bring one of those.

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#5

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Indiana
Whichever tube of cream has least left in it. La Toja, at the moment...

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(05-17-2017, 09:38 PM)zaclikestoshave Wrote: Depends how long I am gone for. If it is requiring one day, I may bring a puck or could do a shave stick. But chances are I will bring something that has good enough post shaves that I can get away with bringing less aftershave products.

Last time I traveled, it was Mike's Hungarian Lavender, but before that was Mystic Water and Barrister and Mann. I could take SV with me as well.

+1 I did start off bringing Mystic Waters to avoid having to carry any post shave products, but I found that the water at my destination is so unpredictable and I had trouble lathering at times. Life's too short for bad shaves so I leave MW at home now.

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(05-17-2017, 10:01 PM)wyze0ne Wrote: I bring whatever soap I feel like using. It's not like a tub of soap takes up a whole lot of space so I'm not concerned about that. I rarely fly anywhere so I don't have to worry about bags getting lost. I could understand not wanting to lose an unobtainium or rare soap though, so if I was flying, I probably wouldn't bring one of those.

I'm paranoid so I keep my shaving supplies (minus blades) with me on my carry on. =p

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#8
(05-18-2017, 12:00 AM)jimofthecorn Wrote: Whichever tube of cream has least left in it. La Toja, at the moment...

I brought creams before, but then I got hassle from TSA once so now I don't bother.

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Indiana
(05-18-2017, 12:27 AM)GloryUprising Wrote:
(05-18-2017, 12:00 AM)jimofthecorn Wrote: Whichever tube of cream has least left in it. La Toja, at the moment...

I brought creams before, but then I got hassle from TSA once so now I don't bother.

Right, I'd only do that if the tube was down to an inch or two. Otherwise I squeeze it into a sample-size tub.

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(This post was last modified: 05-18-2017, 03:50 AM by celestino.)
No change for me either at home or vacationing; Mystic Water in shave-stick form. Shy

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