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#1

Soap Sniffers Anonymous
Edmonton
I love the smell of a good aftershave, however I work in a scent free workplace, and usually use an unscented balm/moisturizer. looking for any recommendations for a good unscented aftershave.
#2

Member
Ferndale, MI
The only one I know of is Phoenix Artisan Accoutrements Sin. Or you could go with Barrister's Reserve Classic. By all accounts I've read, it has a light scent that is very fleeting.
- Jeff
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#3
I would just go with one of the enhanced witch hazels - super hazel or whatever they call them. Thayers or Dickinsons for example. They do a great job post-shave wise and come unscented.
#4

Member
Vancouver, BC
(This post was last modified: 01-09-2017, 05:19 PM by celestino.)
(01-09-2017, 03:45 PM)Marko Wrote: I would just go with one of the enhanced witch hazels - super hazel  or whatever they call them. Thayers or Dickinsons for example.  They do a great job post-shave wise and come unscented.

+1; however, I much prefer Thayers.
Celestino
Love, Laughter & Shaving  Heart
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#5

Member
Northern NJ
Thayers unscented is excellent and completely scent free.
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#6
I usually prefer After shave balm as like the smell of aftershave...
#7

Member
Minneapolis
What about an scent free alcohol based splash? Speick? Myrsol Blue?
-Mark
#8

Member
Ferndale, MI
I just noticed while perusing Stirling's website that they make an Unscented version of their aftershave splash. Worth checking out. Their splashes are good stuff.
- Jeff
#9

Member
Seattle
To my nose, Lucky Tiger and Speick are virtually without scent, and what scent there is will be gone by the time you get to the office (unless you slept on an office couch). I'm sure no scent police anywhere would notice.
--Scott
#10
(01-16-2017, 04:09 AM)wyze0ne Wrote: I just noticed while perusing Stirling's website that they make an Unscented version of their aftershave splash. Worth checking out. Their splashes are good stuff.
I can attest to the Stirling's effectiveness. Quite the alcohol jolt upon application, but that fades quickly and becomes very soothing. They also make an alcohol-minimized witch hazel and aloe tonic.

As for the Speick splash mentioned earlier, the mild scent (either hate it or tolerate it) disappears quickly, as does the mild alcohol burn, its absorbed almost instantly, and face feel afterwards is great.
Ron
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