No, me neither. I too never thought I would be writing a review on anything Erasmic. Never, never, ever! Like many who suffered the god-damn awfulness of the black-boxed shave stick, I swore I would never buy one of their products again...... well at least not until last Tuesday. I bought some of the cream, as evident from photo below - and so here (about bloody time you're thinking) is my review: The size of the tube is 75ml and the cost was £1.16 in Savers, but I also saw it for sale today in Body Care for £1.25. The consistency is something akin to Ingrams i.e. something like a thick balm or slightly runny toothpaste. My first go with it, I was clearly caught out by the flow and had too much on the brush, so I could have also lathered the dog. If we had one. Which we don't. Anyway, the point is that it lathered up like the front row of a Justin Bieber Concert. So how does it actually perform? Well, for those who like to use words like glide, cushion and slickness - you may be disappointed a little, as it doesn't particularly leave a slick feeling once you have made a pass, so I would be careful to re-apply before going over again those stubborn bits. That said, I have purposefully not used a balm for the 4 days I have used this and my skin has felt fine - no tightness, no residual greasiness, no irritation at all in fact. And so a verdict, one I have pondered over since this morning. Currently a 75ml tube of T&H will set you back between £9 -11. For me there is no question that T&H is overall higher quality, provides better skincare, scent etc... and Erasmic would not stop me from buying T&H again in future. However, if you want something cheap and cheerful and that works well - something that you could keep in your Dopp bag, take on over-nighters or holidays and not be too concerned about binning it unfinished, this could be right up your street.