Order Date: 8/13/2017 Proraso: Both products in the Green Tea & Oat Pre & Post Cream Alcohol Free Aftershave Balm This review is 'JMO_� of these products in comparison to priorly used products. This is my first time using these products by Proraso. To be fair, I've been using them for the past two weeks. Scent: Nice and Moisturizing: Fair What I don't like, it feels like their is something clinging to my skin. 30 minutes later, I'm writing this review and I want to wash my face with Soap & Water. Will I purchase this brand again, NO. Would I recommend this product Reading this, what conclusion would you come to? I will continue to use what I've been using. Pre-Shave Oil: By, The Art of Shaving - Unscented. After-Shave Balm: Issey Miyake: L'Eau D'Issey Pour Homme Scent: Incredible (opinions may vary) Moisturizing: Excellent (Skin feels clean and hydrated throughout the day.) I hope this review will be helpful.
Soothing To The Face
I have found, over the years, that the alcohol-free after shave is outstanding. I haven't had any razor burn and the light scent is not overwhelming in the least.
Proraso ASB Green Tea & Oatmeal review
I found the product to be excellant. Its non greasy feel is what I was looking for. It helps to heal the skin and replenishes vital moisture. You do not need a lot of this product just a dab on each cheek and neck is all you need. I use this in conjunction with other Proraso products. Joe
Mild smell, and a soothing feel is just the ticket after a close shave with a feathers blade. I like the fragrance over the menthol version, leaves you feeling like you just left the old school Barber shop.
New vs. old formulas
I have been a fan of the old formula since trying it a few months ago. I find the new formula to be heavier and slower absorbing, leaving a waxier finish. It seems to be more moisterizing the the tight toned feeling I get with the old. I attribute this to the witch hazel in the old. The new is touted as having witch hazel in it, but not found in ingredients listed on box?