Ritual, discussed my experience of going back in time to the days of double edge razor shaving.
In the blog I listed all of the shaving paraphernalia that was working for me.
Merkur Long Handled Razor
Feather Double Edged Blades
Poraso Shaving Soap and AfterShave
And it is all still working and working well. However, I'm open to improve anything, so today I added an additional product to my shaving line up. That isn't quite right. Let me try it again. Today I added a new miracle product. Thayers Unscented Witch Hazel with Aloe Vera.
Before I tell you about Thayers and shaving, let me assure you it isn't just for shaving. In fact, Christina was using it as a skin toner before I added it to my shaving lineup. And, when I posted the link to the product on Amazon, I noted that it has 413 reviews. Think about that, 413, now 414 customers think enough of witch hazel with aloe vera that they posted a review. You might be saying to yourself, this could be worth checking out, and if you are saying that, let me assure you that it is.
I should also note that I didn't use it as the instructions suggested. I splashed it on my face before I lathered up and afterwards. And the bottom line is, a shave that I didn't think could get any closer, did.
Do you remember all the things your mother used witch hazel for? This souped up version will do all of them and more and it does it at a very reasonable price. You can trust me on that.
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