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Natural Products - Recommendations

Discussion in 'General Shaving' started by Looney12345, Jan 5, 2017.

  1. JamieM

    JamieM Merthyr Tydfil, South Wales

  2. pjgh

    pjgh Forum GOD!

    Halifax, UK
    Good stuff, those SBC gels ... I've used the Propolis gel after coming home from summer holiday with horrible raw sunburn. Healing was incredibly quick! I'm quite in favour of soaps which use raw honey - so far, it's been a set of pre-market tester from Meissner Tremonia that have really perked my interest in that direction.
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  3. Grarea

    Grarea Veteran

    Lush also have a solid deodorant. I have it but haven't given it a real test as yet.
    Seems pretty good though.
    I use soap in the shower as both a soap and a shampoo.
    I was thinking about just how many lorry journeys that must save instead of carting about all that water in the shampoo.
    There are 65 million of us, just imagine the amount of trips it would save.
    We also have Lush shampoo bars. They last an absolute age. They seem really expensive, but I am well impressed.
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  4. PLANofMAN

    PLANofMAN Retro Razor Junkie

    I'm surprised Kiss my Face products have not been mentioned yet. Their shaving creams are excellent in addition to being entirely natural.

    No parabens, phthalates, artificial coloring, artificial scents, SLS, etc.
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  5. Looney12345

    Looney12345 Forum GOD!

    I did not know that! I've read good things but never looked into them!
  6. Looney12345

    Looney12345 Forum GOD!

    Plus one on lush, currently using their body soap, face soap and occasionaly shampoo bar and conditioner bar. Really enjoy their products... However not ALL of their products are paraben free. A few have parabens though supposedly a quarter of those used by other companies due to the products being hand made and shipped immediately as opposed to sitting inside a warehouse for years... In fairness everything is incredibly transparent in the way they market their products, everything is listed and the reason they use it explained. It's very much an informed purchase if looking on their website at the product first (I have none of their paraben products).