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Feather Kanwa Herbal Aftershave

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A compliment to the Nanka Shaving Gel, Feather's Kanwa Herbal Aftershave is basically the same idea only in aftershave form.


Proraso Aftershave Splash

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A few years ago, the Proraso brand from Italy became very well known among men starting wet shaving.  Target stores in the United States began stocking Proraso items on their shelves giving shavers easy and affordable access to decent-quality, traditional wet shaving products.  Many men who adopted the practice of traditional wet shaving tried the Proraso brand and still use it today.  Unfortunately Target no longer stocks the brand, but it is still available from many retailers of specialty shaving goods.


Castle Forbes Lime Essential Oil Aftershave Balm

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Castle Forbes' offering in the aftershave line is probably their more traditional product out of their shaving triumvirate. Just because it is not as unique as their Pre-shave or shaving cream though does not mean it is not any less of a quality product.

Disregarding scent, all of the aftershave balms are completely alcohol free and are a thick balm which makes it easy to apply. Not unlike the pre-shave, you do not need very much product to get the job done at the end of the shave.


Musgo Real Classic Aftershave

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Musgo Real is one a well known traditional brand from Portugal that has been around for many years.  Their products are priced very reasonably and easily perform on par with other traditional shaving products twice the retail price.


D.R. Harris Sandalwood Aftershave

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Alcohol-based aftershaves are always debated on whether or not they are good for your skin.  It wasn't until I started with straight razors that I really started to appreciate the soothing feeling that follows a good quality aftershave splash. In my search for the ultimate aftershave, I stumbled on to D.R. Harris’ Sandalwood Aftershave.

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