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#1

Member
Georgetown, TX
Hello, all!

So excited to be participating in this forum. I'm somewhat new to the world of selling soap, although some of you may be familiar with my soaps through some of the Facebook shaving groups. I currently have nine fragrances available on my site, and I will be adding Greek Peach to my site in the next few days. Greek Peach and many of my other soaps are also available at Shave Revolution.

I appreciate the chance to participate here and look forward to answering any questions you guys might have about my soaps. Thanks!

Tim

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#2
Heard so many good things about the Greek Peach Tim. If you ever get a UK distributer I'd be a happy man.
Keep up the good work
#3

Member
Virginia
Welcome Tim. Its good to see your soap more readily available.
#4

Member
Texas
Big welcome from a fellow Texan. You are from Texas, right? I hope I got that right. I have heard so many great things about your soaps. As soon as my budget allows I will add you to my overcrowded den. Your Signature scent looks like it might be the first acquisition. Welcome again.
Ah, che bel vivere, che bel piacere per un barbiere di qualita.
#5
Tim has two new soaps out . They are Blue Suit and Cimmaron. His site well explain the scents to you and a schedule for future releases
#6
Good to have you! Do you offer samples for sale?
#7

Member
Austin, TX
To be honest I was going to order some of your Greek Peach from HandleBarSupply but then noticed you were just up in Georgetown and will likely pick up a tub direct rather than ship there and back.

Breakfast of Champions sounds like it will be a great selection on release as well.
Kevin
#8

aka: The drizzle, The fume, The puddle
(This post was last modified: 09-20-2015, 01:56 AM by mastershake.)
is it normal for the white writing to rub off your labels i mean the "ruby red" in the middle the rest is fine? my ruby red its almost gone on. just curious so if i order more i may put a piece of tape over it?

thanks otherwise LOVE the soap!!
#9
I recently got Tim's Busta's Blend. I had seen a lot about the soaps, and finally pulled trigger with the Busta's Blend.

This is wonderful soap. I can not complain about it. It is very flexible. I have been able to make it fluffy with lots of cushion, and also wet and yogurt consistency. I have never had a problem with the slickness of this soap. Blade just glides.

I am definitely going to buy a lot more of his soaps as the budget allows. I am hoping to meet him sometime as he practically local to me (given Texas standards).
#10

Member
Austin, TX
(10-28-2015, 03:45 PM)momor Wrote: I recently got Tim's Busta's Blend. I had seen a lot about the soaps, and finally pulled trigger with the Busta's Blend.

This is wonderful soap. I can not complain about it. It is very flexible. I have been able to make it fluffy with lots of cushion, and also wet and yogurt consistency. I have never had a problem with the slickness of this soap. Blade just glides.

I am definitely going to buy a lot more of his soaps as the budget allows. I am hoping to meet him sometime as he practically local to me (given Texas standards).

I did in fact pick up both Greek Peach and Breakfast of Champions. Agree with your perspective fully and get fantastic shaves with each.

GP is like a summer walk through Fredericksburg and BoC is such a great, complex assortment of manly scents; softened by sweeter notes of vanilla.

I exchanged emails with Tim as I live South but work North and he was interested in carving out some time to connect (he's teacher so sometime in the afternoon).

Once confirmed, will PM you and see if we could all connect.
Kevin


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