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What Your Father Didn't Teach You About Shaving (And Grooming)

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The Evolution of Shaving Creams

[...] recorded in 3000 BC in the Sumer civilization. Men at that time used a rudimentary form of shaving cream that was made up of wood alkali and animal fat. You will be surprised to know that they [...]

Triethanolamine? In My Shaving Cream?

[...] , dishwashing liquids, general cleaners, hand cleaners, polishes, metalworking fluids, paints, shaving cream and printing inks. Allergic reactions A 1996 study found that triethanolamine (TEA) [...]

What Is The Best Shaving Cream?

[...] By Mark H What is the best shaving cream?  There is a lot of it out there–the good, the bad, and the ugly.  And shaving cream can be [...]

How To Lather With The Learntomanualshave.com Kit

[...] out the skin and making shaving more difficult. Or you can try using a small amount of shaving cream along with the shaving soap.  Like using glycerin, shaving cream can help stabilize the [...]

Beluga Razor – Another Crowdfunded Project

[...] large learning curve typically associated with them (unless they just aren’t aware).  [T]he Beluga Razor virtually eliminates this learning curve, thanks to its pivoting neck, so you can shave with [...]

Beluga Razor Update With Video

[...] By mantic59 After its successful crowdfunding campaign, the Beluga razor is now available for pre-order.  I was able to get several shaves in with a prototyle. Beluga [...]

Thomas Clipper – Another Razor Kickstarter!

[...] By mantic59 Hot on the heels of Sharpologist’s coverage of the Rockwell razor and the Beluga razor comes the Thomas Clipper on Kickstarter.  The Thomas Clipper razor has a stainless steel [...]

New Shave Set? 5 Shaving Hacks For Novices

[...] Now that you have prepared your brush you are ready to use it.  If you have never used a shaving brush before you should take a look at the lather post from our 30 Days To A More Enjoyable Shave [...]

6 “Good Deal” Shaving Lathers

[...] $0.03/ml in the larger size.  And you use a lot less of it when you lather it with a shaving brush!  A pump bottle would last months and months with daily use.  I think KMF’s performance [...]

How To Shave With Acne

[...] I suggest using them “brushless” (lather them in with clean fingers) instead of using a shaving brush, as there is always the possibility that bacteria might get picked up by the brush hair and [...]

How To Get A Better Shave On Your Neck

[...] . For the best experience I think you should use a lathering shave soap or cream applied with a shaving brush. It’s a great way to keep water next to the skin, gently remove tiny bits of debris and [...]

How To Avoid Acne After Shaving

[...] forming on your skin and reduce irritation. You should always use the thinner and filmier shaving creams because they help in preventing you from causing irritation to your skin while you are [...]

Are Wet Shavers Also Aromatherapy Patients?

[...] range is too large to administer it safely as an oral agent. Sandalwood is a common aroma for shaving creams. Its oil is steam distilled from the dried wood of Santalum genera of trees. They produce a [...]

St. James Of London–Creams With A Twist

[...] By mantic59 I’ve mentioned St. James of London shaving creams on Sharpologist a couple times now, including getting listed in the “best shaving creams” [...]

The Evolution of Shaving Creams

[...] removing the fur of animals. Early History In other ancient civilizations the application of shaving creams is rather unknown, although there have been records that men used to get rid of facial hair. [...]

What’s Up With Slant-Bar Razors?

[...] it. The result: a rapidly growing snowball effect toward DE razors as men shift away from cartridge razors. (And that movement in itself results in more visibility: another example of positive [...]

Mantic59’s Favorite Shaving Products

[...] a complaint. King Of Shaves Hyperglide.  Yes, a cartridge razor.  Out of my 10 cartridge razors I use the Hyperglide when I am very short on time, or if I am travelling and don’t [...]

A Shaving Stand Made With A 3D Printer

[...] that my shaving experience is still profoundly greater than it ever was while using cartridge razors.  I decided to use a 3D printer to create a shaving stand for my shaving gear. (NOTE: [...]

How To Get A Better Shave On Your Neck

[...] of are Pacific Shaving Oil and Village Barber Shave Oil. OK, let’s move on to the razor. Cartridge razors also have their blades set to angle angle specified by their manufacturer so it is [...]

kickstarter Project: Rockwell Razors

[...] pitch competition, have been working on Rockwell Razors while both studying full time. Rockwell Razor They say “we’ve been working with expert engineers, designers, and machinists in North [...]

Rockwell Razors Follow Up

[...] ) got his hands on a prototype razor. Prototype (By mantic59) I was sent a prototype of the Rockwell Razor to examine.  I received a couple 3D-printed plastic versions of the razor head and base [...]

Update On Rockwell Razors

[...] By mantic59 As I mentioned last week I was able to shave with the Rockwell Razor prototype.  I have a few more shaves with it under my belt now. My first impression using the [...]

Thomas Clipper – Another Razor Kickstarter!

[...] By mantic59 Hot on the heels of Sharpologist’s coverage of the Rockwell razor and the Beluga razor comes the Thomas Clipper on Kickstarter.  The Thomas Clipper razor has a [...]

Shaving-Related Links This Week

[...] making his own shaving soap and is researching just what is shaving soap and what makes it good.  I will be following his series with interest. The post Shaving- [...]

Fall fragrance sampler

[...] at the Duty Free store at Logan Airport, because while I’ve loved the Cade line as a shaving soap, it’s never been available as a cologne. Interesting, it doesn’t smell a ton like the [...]

New Shave Set? 5 Shaving Hacks For Novices

[...] occasionally, for ten minutes.  Or you can try soaping up the brush with some lathering shaving soap or cream (hopefully you got some of that too!) and letting it sit overnight.  No matter what [...]

MOvember Update, Shaving Links For 28 Nov

[...] Company) with some interesting discussion of the “why now?” aspects of the resurgence of traditional shaving. Shaving on the Edge (Both of Them) (NY Times) is another article about the return of [...]

Answer A Few Questions For Us?

[...] like Piccadilly and St. James, and a wider awareness of shaving in general (especially traditional shaving) all seem to be coming at once. And Sharpologist is going to be right in the middle of it. [...]

What’s Up With Slant-Bar Razors?

[...] ’s book The Long Tail: Why the Future of Business is Selling Less of More, but the traditional shaving movement differs somewhat from other niche markets: traditional shaving has a [...]

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The Evolution of Shaving Creams

[...] recorded in 3000 BC in the Sumer civilization. Men at that time used a rudimentary form of shaving cream that was made up of wood alkali and animal fat. You will be surprised to know that they [...]

Triethanolamine? In My Shaving Cream?

[...] , dishwashing liquids, general cleaners, hand cleaners, polishes, metalworking fluids, paints, shaving cream and printing inks. Allergic reactions A 1996 study found that triethanolamine (TEA) [...]

What Is The Best Shaving Cream?

[...] By Mark H What is the best shaving cream?  There is a lot of it out there–the good, the bad, and the ugly.  And shaving cream can be [...]

How To Lather With The Learntomanualshave.com Kit

[...] out the skin and making shaving more difficult. Or you can try using a small amount of shaving cream along with the shaving soap.  Like using glycerin, shaving cream can help stabilize the [...]

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