Sterling witch hazel and aloe?

Discussion in 'Preshave and Aftershave' started by Poirots Tache, Jun 20, 2018.

  1. Poirots Tache

    Poirots Tache Forum GOD!

    Hi,
    Can anyone tell me whether this in the form of a clear liquid akin to Thayers or more of a cream like balm. Consideting buying some but love Thayers to use before alcohol splash but really do not like balms. Find them sticky and creamy and do not like the post feel. Thanks.
     
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  2. I’m interetsed too.
     
  3. pimple8

    pimple8 Forum GOD!

    Location:
    Zadar, Croatia
    I was planning to buy it the other day but then i realized thayers is much cheaper so i chose thayers.
    Would like to know more about the stirling wh as well.

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  4. halvor

    halvor Esquire

    Location:
    Norway
    I got one as a raffle win a good while ago. Fully liquid; two layers when left to settle, goes cloudy when shaken.
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  5. RandySp

    RandySp Veteran

    Location:
    Greece
    If you try proraso aloe & vitamin e you won't find it sticky at all. The exact opposite. It will be like you never put a balm to your face. Also Speick balm is not sticky at all.

    Stirling witch hazel is overpriced for what it offers. I would go with Thayers.

    Edit: I think it is the same price with Thayers. So...
     
    Last edited: Jul 29, 2018
  6. pimple8

    pimple8 Forum GOD!

    Location:
    Zadar, Croatia
    Last time i checked the price is around the same but the difference is Stirling is in 200ml bottlea and theyers is 400+....


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  7. boilerphan

    boilerphan Active Member

    I have Stirling Margaritas in the Arctic witch hazel and it is milky in appearance. It is so refreshing though!
     
  8. Yehuda D

    Yehuda D Veteran

    Location:
    Montreal, Canada
    I love Stirling Glacial Wintergreen witch hazel. I shake it up really well before I use it and it turns milky. Then after a little while it clears up.
     
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