#11

Member
Minneapolis
I think I am going to give Speick a try.

I am going to pass on the Stirling. I do not like aloe and witch hazel. They always seem to leave my skin feeling sticky and irritated.

-Mark
-Mark
#12
Has anyone tried Weleda? That aftershave interests me.


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#13
(01-09-2017, 03:25 PM)wyze0ne Wrote: 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.

I second PAA. I have not used their unscented but I have a few others from them that I enjoy.
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#14
I have the PAA Scentsless Aftershave Tonic. Right off the bat it absorbs quickly and tightens the pores. Despite being alcohol-free, there's a slight burning sensation upon application that quickly dissipates, I suppose from the tea tree oil. Overall post-shave feel is good.
Ron
#15

Member
Northern NJ
Never tried it but I've also read about Lucido Mandom.
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#16
Speick or fine snake bite if you're OK with menthol overload


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