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Old Spice

In 1937, Old Spice products were first introduced and marketed to...women?

In 1938, they got it right and started making Old Spice for men. Since then, the brand has been known for its iconic fresh scents. As one of the leading men's grooming product lines in the world, the name is synonymous with three top performance indicators: Smellgoodedness, Performancemanship, and Awesomeabilitiness. Oh, sure, you may think something so classic is just pass?, but Old Spice would like to remind you that ???If your grandfather hadn't worn it, you wouldn't exist.?? If you're looking for something to help you humanely relocate your facial hair, keep your personal odor index under control, or even scrub your mind's eye clean of the image that grandfather quote brought up, your search is over.

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Old spice
11/15/2017
Old Spice Lather Shaving Cream (Shulton) Great product, slow delivery. The communications with your associates need improvement. It me two days to response from my call, the associate missed my address which delayed my order even longer.
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Old Spice Shaving Cream
9/28/2017
Old Spice Lather Shaving Cream, Fresh Lime (Shulton) Great cream, great scent, at a great price.
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Old Spice Original
9/20/2017
Old Spice After Shave Lotion, Original 150ml Love it. However, it does not seem to fit my recall of the original my father and grandfather used.
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Not really what I was expecting...but it truly is great.
8/17/2017
Old Spice After Shave Lotion, Original 150ml The only Old Spice after shave I've ever used was the American P&G "Classic" scent. After reading about the Indian versions, I was inching to give them a try. Thankfully WCS carries them and took only a couple of days to receive. I tried "Fresh Lime" and fell in love with it. Now, I finally decided to try the "Original" scent for the first time.



Unfortunately, I was rather less than impressed with it! It smelled great, don't get me wrong! It was just a plain, powdery scent. There wasn't much else. I find the American "Classic" to have more of a spicy scent to it. In the end, this is still a terrific product. I would buy again...just to buy it.
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Loved It
8/17/2017
Old Spice After Shave Lotion, Fresh Lime 150ml The only Old Spice after shave I've ever used was the American P&G "Classic" scent. After reading about the Indian versions, I was inching to give them a try. Thankfully WCS carries them and took only a couple of days to receive. "Fresh Lime" was the first I tried. I didn't know what to expect, but it sure smelled delicious. Even my friends (and a lot of women) LOVED the smell. The lime scent and the hot summer days are a perfect match...especially to women who want to be at the beach more than anything.



I was a bit turned off to the fact that the 150mL is an atomizer top. To me, that belongs on colognes. I didn't like spraying it into my hands. I never felt like I used enough. What I did was I used the American "Classic" after shave for after shaving and used the "Fresh Lime" atomizer as a cologne, spraying my neck and arms (especially my biceps). I was actually quite surprised by the longevity of it. I will continue to use "Fresh Lime" as my go-to summer scent. The perfect mixture of Old Spice with a kick of lime. You'd think you're on the beach.
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Reliably Good After Shave
5/10/2017
Old Spice After Shave Lotion, Fresh Lime 50ml "Excellent opening with a blast of fresh (not candied) lime. Dries down to the familiar OS powdery, musky vanilla. This is made in India and the formulation seems a little longer lasting than the U.S. OS.
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Just like dad used to wear
5/7/2017
Old Spice After Shave Lotion, Original 50ml "I love this juice! It reminds me of my dad & the 1980's. This smells like the original Old Spice from the good ol days!
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Old School
1/24/2017
Old Spice After Shave Lotion, Original 50ml "I really like this original Old Spice. I'm glad I bought it. It makes me feel Old School when I use it.
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