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Shaving Soaps

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I'm sure most of you have seen we picked up some shaving soaps. I tried two of them the Russe and the Seville and liked them. I haven't tried the others yet. This guy does some interesting scents. The reason I picked them up is that my friend Matt Robinson directs people to the section page I set up and he told me he wanted to do some videos on them: http://www.chefknivestogo.com/drmastpr.html
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They are actually quite good; I have Cheshire and Seville and find they offer good lubricity and protection from razor irritation but they do tend to dry rather quick so require frequent re-hydration during shaving.

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They look great! I want to get some

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Tempted to try but after having tried many I am partial to La Toja.

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