Barbershop scented soaps.

StevieBoy

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Hello everybody.

Just wandering what your favourite Barbershop scented soaps are that aren't available in the UK?
I have family visiting from the States in the summer so looking to stock up on soap and splash combos.

Reef Point Classic Barbershop was my favourite soap and splash combo so maybe something similar to this or any other suggestions would be much appreciated.

I was looking at Chiselled Face Ghost Town Barber and maybe one other?

Look forward to your recommendations.
 

p.b

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I've read that this is a clone of Floid Blue.
Would the Epsilon Blue splash be good match for this soap?
Yes - but in my opinion the B&M Reserve splash is the best ASL I've used - far better than the Floid, however I've never used the Epilson so can't comment on that. If you're travelling to the States then I'd bring back a litre or two of B&M Reserve Cool ASL
 

StevieBoy

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Yes - but in my opinion the B&M Reserve splash is the best ASL I've used - far better than the Floid, however I've never used the Epilson so can't comment on that. If you're travelling to the States then I'd bring back a litre or two of B&M Reserve Cool ASL
My wee mum is coming back to Scotland for the summer so I said to her to be prepared to take an extra suitcase for shaving gear.
 

p.b

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My wee mum is coming back to Scotland for the summer so I said to her to be prepared to take an extra suitcase for shaving gear.
Perfect. ASL and then also CRSW and Grooming Dept because their international shipping is extortionate
 

MntnMan62

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My favorite barbershop scented soaps are Stirling Barbershop, Moon Soaps Old School and Wet Shaving Products T-Formula Barbershop. I'll add one more in there that I think sort of qualifies. It is a combination of two soaps and the scent of them combined smells sort of barbershop like even though I don't think either one alone smells like barbershop. It is the 50/50 combination Mitchell's Wool Fat and Haslinger Schafmilch, otherwise known as The Fat 'As.
 
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