Win A Years’ Supply Of Edwin Jagger Natural And Paraben Free Shaving Cream

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We at West Coast Shaving love our dads. And we love your dad. And, well, his dad. Let's face it: we just love dads. We wouldn't be where we are today without all the amazing dads out there who love to put a little extra thought into taking care of their personal grooming.

So, to honor the special men in our lives—those who have tirelessly put up with us, coached our teams, cut our first steaks into bite-size pieces, and taught us to shave—we are running a special contest in collaboration with our good friends across the pond, the hugely popular Edwin Jagger, one of our highest rated product lines at West Coast Shaving.

Edwin Jagger is the maker of natural, paraben free shaving creams that make our sensitive skin friends of the world rejoice. These creams use only the best environmentally-friendly ingredients that are fortified with plant extracts and essential oils. Whether you have sensitive skin or not, using Edwin Jagger natural and paraben free shaving cream will breathe fresh air into a tired shaving routine. And the handy 75ml tubes are perfect for travel and easy storage.

Believe us when we say that this stuff is amazing! After all that, how would you like to win some of these shaving creams for yourself or for a special dad in your life? How about a whole years' supply? One lucky winner will receive: 12 x 75ml Tubes of Edwin Jagger Shaving Cream—three of each fragrance—completely free of charge.

All you need to do to enter this great contest is leave us a comment below with a favorite memory of your dad or any influential dad in your life. Or you can tell us what you like best about being a dad. We just want to celebrate dads and those special father-figures in our lives. Guys, don't forget to tell the ladies in your life to enter this promotion, too. Father's Day is just around the corner, after all, and this is a wonderfully not-so-subtle way of telling them what you want. But be warned: if they win, they might not share. Women love Edwin Jagger shaving cream, too! Especially the women here at West Coast Shaving.

Comment below, and then head over to our Facebook page and share our contest with your friends and family there for one more entry to increase your chance of winning this fantastic prize.

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Ronald Bergum October 6, 2014 9:31 AM reply
Favorite Memory - 3 years old at our hunting camp in Northcentral PA, shooting a .22 for the first time. I still have that .22, and that experience alone has shaped my entire life thereafter. I became a gunsmith and lifelong outdoorsman. I will never forget him propping that rifle on his shoulder and letting me bang away at a paper plate. Thanks Dad.

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Ron Campbell October 6, 2014 9:32 AM reply
I love being a dad. I love spending time with my kids and watching them grow. The best memory of my dad is fishing with him when I was young.

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Manny Alves, Sr October 6, 2014 9:33 AM reply
i was very fortunate to have a dad that was always very supportive. he was always there when i needed him. i miss him dearly, and know he is still watching over me from heaven. i hope to be reunited with him someday, love you pops!!

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Albert Hernandez October 6, 2014 9:34 AM reply
Teaching my son to shave properly with a brush and blade is a memory I will have forever.

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Frank Catania October 6, 2014 9:35 AM reply
My father was a construction carpenter. While he usually had work throughout most of the year, carpentry work in winter was often difficult to come by. And so during the 1950's, when I was just a young lad, my father began selling Christmas trees as one of his winter jobs. Christmas tree lots were not so common then. So that I could work with him on weekends, he tagged the trees with a code to let me each tree's price. Customers enjoyed bargaining for their holiday tree with a kid. And I enjoyed the time I was able to work with my father to help earn money for our family. It made Christmastime that much more special.

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dylan pruitt October 6, 2014 9:36 AM reply
I actually remember when my dad first taught me/let me shave! I had absolutely no need to start shaving yet but I wanted to so badly! My mom wouldn't let me so dad hooked me up with a few disposable razors and a mostly empty can of cream and I smuggled it back to my moms house just to knock the fuzz off every couple of weeks or so! Haha

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Robert Ridley October 6, 2014 9:37 AM reply
As a father of two young children I really enjoy playing with and teaching them. It is a joy watching them grow up day by day.

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Andrew Martin October 6, 2014 9:37 AM reply
I wouldn't trade being a dad for anything. It may be dirty, stinky or sticky at times, but it all makes it great

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Thomas Berman October 6, 2014 9:38 AM reply
Lathering up my 7-year-old son's face with my badger brush and Arko (he loves the scent) so that he can shave "like Daddy." Though he uses a toothbrush to shave his face.

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jason jones October 6, 2014 9:39 AM reply
Best memories with my dad are the road trips. I'm is riding partner. From IL to TN and back again.

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Matthew Neidlinger October 6, 2014 9:40 AM reply
I enjoy more than anything in the world coming home from work and my 3year old son saying "daddy are we gonna shave tonight?"

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Christian Levesque October 6, 2014 9:42 AM reply
I love being a father. I'm new to DE shaving and love every aspect of it. I believe aftershaves are like the icing on the cake and I always ask my 4-year-old daughter to smell my face nu lifting her up and hugging hert. I want her to associate the various fragrances to my love for her and to proper grooming.

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Mitchell Nadelberg October 6, 2014 9:44 AM reply
I'm going to start this tradition in my family. As my wife asked what I wanted for Father's Day what a better gift than a New Real Razor!! Can't wait, thanks guys

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Justin Shaw October 6, 2014 9:45 AM reply
My dad is most important person in my life. still teaches me things, still helps me out, and is always the coolest. if my dad wasnt here i wouldnt know where id be.

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Aaron Ceto October 6, 2014 9:47 AM reply
The best memory I have of me and the ol man is fishing. We used to walk through the cow pasture to our favorite pond. We sit under the old oak tree with our cane poles and fish and talk for hours. Cant beat a fishing day with Daddy. Those were the days.

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david kircher October 6, 2014 9:48 AM reply
What an exceptional way to experience a variety of products I've never tried before. If I win, maybe my favorite/go to product is in the line up. Who knows unless I win and get to try them?!? GREAT idea! My grandfather taught me how to shave with a safety razor. It is a memory of him every time I pick up a safety razor. I can only hope when my son is old enough to shave and I teach him, he'll think of me as he picks up his safety razor. More than a picture could ever provide.

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Nestor Miyares October 6, 2014 9:49 AM reply
My fondest memory of my Dad where from Sunday night dinners with the whole family at our favorite restaurant. We would go out after church. It was the only way he could get me and my siblings, teenagers at the time, to attend Sunday mass.

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Adam Anders October 6, 2014 9:51 AM reply
Being a father to two children that are not your own is a very unique thing. I thought that I would not want to have kids as a child but when I met my wife and her two kids that changed for me. I think it is one of the most gratifying experiences a person can have in their life, and when you treat them as your own, they will treat you like their father. I look forward to teaching them everything I was taught by my father when I was their age. It is just such an rewarding experience that I would never trade the memories I make with them for others of any kind.

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Frank Arcari October 6, 2014 9:52 AM reply
Both of my sons are grown, but I still help them do things from time to time. It really feels great to be able to help them with a project.

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Stephen McGehee October 6, 2014 9:53 AM reply
Interestingly, one of the best "memories" I have of my dad is after he died. In going through his things, I found a journal that he kept during WWII. Reading his thoughts - and fears - as their ship entered Tokyo harbor for the surrender and his experiences meeting and having dinner with those who, only days before, had been their mortal enemy. Yet here they were - a U.S. Navy meteorologist having a cordial dinner with the family of the chief meteorologist in Tokyo, discussing how their two countries approached the same forecasting problems. How I wish I could ask my dad more about that! He's gone now. Don't let that happen to you. Talk to your dad.

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Ash Bagchi October 6, 2014 9:54 AM reply
My favorite memory is seeing my dad after he returned from a business trip. He always brought me something back. It wasn't very valuable but it demonstrated that he was thinking of us when he was away. My experience with my two boys (11 and 14) is observing their thinking process develop. Each sibling's thinking is very different but molding that process and encouraging them to be creative and not just accept the norm is something that I always treasure. By the way, my older son is looking more like Hugh Jackman's Wolverine character everyday. So, I could really use the shaving creams. ;-)

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Tracy Mundhenk October 6, 2014 9:55 AM reply
My father was a great man, family orientated, christian, and 23 year military man. I will always live my dad. He passed away in 1998. I followed in his foot steps and chose a military career myself. I have raised my children as my father raised me. I enjoyed all the times we had together, we went camping and to the movies alot. I miss you Dad! Happy Fathers Day! Love your son, Tracy!!

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Joseph Houghtaling October 6, 2014 9:56 AM reply
Remembering working as Dad's assistant on his various projects: plumbing, wiring, etc. Gave me the courage to tackle fixit jobs around the house. My wife is amazed that I can fix stuff. I owe Dad for that.

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Bill Dalton October 6, 2014 9:57 AM reply
My Dad was a Veteran of D-Day, 1944. He fought his way through Europe to the Ardennes Forest and into Germany. I recall being half his size, standing in the bathroom watching him shave with his Gillette Slim. I will never forget him, or those memories!

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bill pruitt October 6, 2014 9:57 AM reply
Favorite Memory of my father when I was young. I was about 6 and he had taken me deer hunting, or in our case, just camping in the woods pretending to deer hunt. In any case I was out of school for the week. We had a campfire and were camped near a noisy river. In the late mornings we would go down to the river to shave. We had 2 sided safety razors back then and he had given me my first one. I was fascinated with the opening and closing mechanism of the razor. I didn't know it at the time but my razor lacked the razor blade. We'd go to a huge bolder where he'd set up the razors,towels,water cups and a round mirror. I'd climb up on the rock and sit inches from his face. He'd lather up and then passed the can to me. It smelled of menthol. I lathered my face with about 4 inches of foam. I remember sitting there shaving with my Dad, river making a noise in the background,cold fog and the smell of menthol. I'd mimic each stroke then hop down to the river and wash off the excess foam and watching it float down the river. That was always the best part of the day, just me and him shaving at the river.

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Les Bollinger October 6, 2014 9:58 AM reply
I was about 7 years old and I was astonished and delighted when my father told me he was taking me on a business trip to Washington, D.C. Along the way we stopped in Gettysburg, and ever since I've been fascinated with story of the battle that took place there.

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Erik Baker October 6, 2014 9:59 AM reply
I still remember my Dad teaching me to shave around age 14 or 15...with a multi blade cartridge razor! What was he thinking! Too bad West Coast Shaving wasn't available then. Now both of us shave with safety razors and enjoy many various products purchased from your website. Happy Father's Day.

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John Jackson October 6, 2014 10:00 AM reply
I'm a father of 3. One of my favorite things about being a dad is participating in activities with my children that I shared with my dad. From boring ol' yard work, to shooting off fireworks I like to relive those memories while making new ones.

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October 6, 2014 10:01 AM reply
The Best times were working on the house and doing repairs, then spending the time at the camp in North Conway! I go camping i n the same location now, but its not the same ... camping there as a kid was much better!

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Matthew Glass October 6, 2014 10:04 AM reply
For all the help and assistance my dad has given me throughout my life, I'm happy to be able to return the favor as he gets on in years. I still need to get him back to a DE, but we'll get there.

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Jeffrey Spector October 6, 2014 10:05 AM reply
My favorite memory of my dad, a quiet man, was when I was an early adolescent, he told me to wait to shave - that I would never regret that. He was so right.

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Marc Otto October 6, 2014 10:08 AM reply
My father saying, "All you need to shave is a razor and something to make your face slippery." The practical ingenuity of this.

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Adam Manitou October 6, 2014 10:10 AM reply
What I love most about being a father is the ability to steer my children in the right direction, teach them and give them advice that my parents never gave to me.

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Brant Mills October 6, 2014 10:12 AM reply
My Dad was always there for me. My fondest memories with him are the times we spent hours walking through the piney woods of East Texas near Hills Lake and the Sabine river. He taught me to camp there and to fish and to hunt squirrel and white tail deer. I recently inherited my grandfather's speed razor and am looking forward to passing down the tradition of wet shaving along with the other things I learned on those long walks with my own son, now 3.

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Roger Beck October 6, 2014 10:13 AM reply
In he early 70's, my father and I both worked in Manhattan and we would meet for dinner and a play or movie every Tuesday night. That was a huge helping of quality time and I think about it often.

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Jason Calcagnino October 6, 2014 10:15 AM reply
Watching the joy my kids get from things I take for granted always puts things in perspective for me. Makes me realize how important it is to celebrate the small things and enjoy every moment.

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JerryC October 6, 2014 10:16 AM reply
My favorite memory of my father was standing outside the bathroom watching him shave and remembering the clean smell of his aftershave. it was always such a wonderful quiet and enjoyable time.

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Tom Shortman October 6, 2014 10:18 AM reply
I have very fond memories of building houses with my father. He was very old school and taught us how to build every thing from scratch, and always entertained with story's of life as a seabee in WW2. He will always be my true hero

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James Acosta October 6, 2014 10:20 AM reply
My fondest memories are the ones we make now. Growing up we had our camping trips and out of state vacations but as a man I can enjoy my father more than in my youth. It has been two years this coming July that my father had his accident and there are no moments that are more precious than now. It may be a greater appreciation for life or the reality of how fragile life can be. He may never be the man I remember but will always be the father I love. My most memorable moment was just about a month ago when we brought him home from a short stay at the hospital and he desperately needed a hair cut and shave...DESPERATELY!!! My younger brother and I took him back to the facility he was temporarily staying late this night and we both had worked a long day but the second we told him we were going to pamper him he lit up in a childlike way. I had just started with DE wet shaving and he was excited because that is how he first learned to shave. I put on some Motown and prepared my hot towel. Gave him a shave and my brother finished him off with a fresh haircut. Even as tired as we all were we laughed, took some pictures and enjoyed the moment we all shared. Yesterdays moments are past but always treasured, today's moments are gifts that are not promised so we make the most out of them and don't let then slip away.

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Robert Johnson October 6, 2014 10:21 AM reply
I must be a special dad because when I returned from Afghanistan (Air Force) I had a nice gift of WCS products awaiting me, too bad that one of my friends (Army), and a dad, will never see his child grow up...

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Dan Gioia October 6, 2014 10:22 AM reply
i worked in my dad;s medical practice answering phones and making appointments. it was a great learning experience but better was that time we had together. i remember the look of pride in his eyes when i was accepted into medical school. we lost him not long after but i will always treasure those times

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Leo Stolfi October 6, 2014 10:25 AM reply
One of my first memories was camping in an Army pup-tent on the beach in Connecticut, rain, wind and 5 year old me with my Dad "enjoying the suck." He said "Son, a bad day at the beach with you is better than a good day at work anytime." He passed 15 years ago and that statement still sticks with me at 50.

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Kevin Newport October 6, 2014 10:26 AM reply
My favorite memories of my dad come from just doing everyday things with him - running errands, helping with the lawn, etc. My favorite things about being a dad are playing with the kids and watching them grow up.

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Don Follett October 6, 2014 10:28 AM reply
My favorite memory of my Dad is when he used to shave. He used a brush, Old Spice Shaving Soap, a straight razor and always finished his shave with a healthy splash of Old Spice cologne. He also made sure I had a splash. I am now a senior citizen, I shave with a brush, different types of shaving soaps and creams, a straight razor and finish it off with a healthy splash of Old Spice. As Yogi Berra liked to say, "It's deja vu all over again!"

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Rick Rick October 6, 2014 10:30 AM reply
I'm a father of three. Two boys and a beautiful daughter. And a Grandpapi of my daughters baby boy. I love all my kids. They are my precious gems in my life.

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Richard White October 6, 2014 10:31 AM reply
Favorite memory of my Pop is when I was learning to drive. I cracked his beloved Chevy's rear tail light pulling out of the curb with my Mom's car I yanked the E-brake and went to get out of the car. He looked at me and said " no worries check the traffic and keep going" I knew how much he loved that car and yet he was so calm and even had a smile on his face. We proceeded to continue my lesson and replaced the light the next day. I try to be that now way when my kids make mistakes, or break something. Sometimes you don't get the real lessons Dad's teach you until you are one.teach you

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Gerald Taft October 6, 2014 10:33 AM reply
Dad loved to fish and hunt and took me with to pass on the love and lore of the great outdoors of Minnesota. He was happiest in his 14 foot fishing boat and could stay out for many, many hours in pursuit of the elusive walleye. RIP dear Art.

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Germaine Harrison October 6, 2014 10:34 AM reply
I use to love going fishing with my dad.

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Adonis Pointer October 6, 2014 10:37 AM reply
I remember watching my Granddads meticulous shaving routine every morning, the preparation after his shower, the slow attentive way he shaved, the thick lather on his face, the scents of the soap he used and the Brut aftershave he splashed on. Sometimes after he left for work, I would sneak in the bathroom and pretend to shave with his razor, which was a big no-no lol

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