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Pre de Provence No. 63 Men's After Shave Balm

8 Reviews
  • After-shave balm to relieve irritation
  • No. 63: newest scent from Pre de Provence
  • Made with Shea butter for moisturizing skin

You've showered, shaved, and suited up. But you're not ready to take the world by storm yet. You need a great after-shave to complete your routine. If you're concerned about alcohol because of your sensitive skin, then look no further. Pre de Provence No. 63 will finish your look and make you smell like money.

After shaving, use Pre de Provence No. 63 Men's After Shave Balm to relieve irritations. It's enriched with ingredients that have skin nourishing properties like:

  • Shea butter - Moisturizes and preserves softness
  • Grape seed oil - Soothes damaged and stressed tissues and promotes regeneration
  • Aloe Vera - Helps heal razor burns and...
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james j.
United States United States
I recommend this product

nice stuff

very nice feels good smells great leaves the face feeling nice.I have rosacea so I was looking for a new after shave this one is nice

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Ned L.
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Compared with Pre de Provence After Shave Balm.

I don't know if it's the formulation or the age of the tube I received, but my experience with No. 63 is much less satisfying than the original (green) Pre de Provence After Shave Balm. By comparison, No. 63 feels grainy and while, technically, is as easily absorbed, it seems a touch less soothing and costs more. The scent is that of Dentyne gum -- cinnamon top-forward note. All in all, to my taste it is much less aesthetically pleasing and less soothing than its sibling. I won't purchase it again, even were I to be assured the graininess isn't typical. I just didn't dig the scent and performance by comparison.

Peter G.
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Great product! For those who haven't tried it you should

John B.
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PdP #63 Balm

Works well to sooth minor razor irritation. Scent is not long lasting. I will purchase again in the future.

Barrett B.
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A Balm for the Skin and the Senses

This all started when my wife fond a sample vial of L'Occitane Cade after-shave balm in the package that came with the other stuff she often ordered from them. Since she clearly had no use for it herself, she tossed it to me to try out. My usual go-to after-shave up to that point was good ol' Witch Hazel: effective, with a light, pleasant scent, and cheap. Cade was anything *but* cheap, but man, oh man, it did the business for my face. As I said, though, not cheap, although the wife took pity on me and bought a tube of the stuff for me. Once I started running low, however, I was curious about a possible alternative that wasn't quite the sting to the wallet as Cade was. Some had recommended Pre de Provence's standard-issue after-shave balm, but a quick sniff of a sample didn't do it for me...but then someone else online mentioned No. 63, and in particular mentioned his actual *preference* to it over Cade, which especially piqued my interest. Bought a tube of it on a lark, and yes, I'm here to tell you it's now a solid go-to for me - effective at its job, and wonderfully, subtly scented, as well as considerably less-costly than Cade. The only issue I have with it, in fact, is availability: I bought my first tube locally, at a pharmacy well-known for catering to wetshavers in NYC, but they have the devil of a time keeping it in stock. WCS is one of the very few places online that seems to make an effort to stock it, and that's where I just got my "refill." My advice: try a tube to see if you like it, and if it does the trick buy another one before the tube you have runs out. That's what I'm doing, and to me, it's that good.